Supporting Teaching and Learning in Schools Level 3 Advanced Apprenticeship at Northumberland College
This course is intended for staff who are working with children aged 5 years and over and following the National Curriculum. Applicants need to be working in a school environment for 26 hours or more per week. All applicants must undertake an interview with curriculum staff and provide evidence of DBS clearance with their employer demonstrating that they do not have a criminal background which might prevent them from future working with young people or vulnerable adults.
You will study a range of exciting units such as: - Developing professional relationships with children, young people and adults - Promote children and young peopls positive behaviour - Support learning activities - Support assessment for learning - Equality and Diversity - Child Development There are also a range of other units which you need to study including a wide variety of optional units which can be tailored to your setting and you can choose which fit in best with your day to day work. For example, a learner working within specialist school provision or one-to-one with children who have identified learning difficulties or disabilities may wish to complete the SEN units offered. Your work place will enhance your knowledge and provide you with the competency based elements of the qualification.
Ideally applicants for level 3 will already hold Level 2 qualifications in Supporting Teaching and Learning, Childcare or a related field and should also hold GCSE Maths and English at Grade C or equivalent Functional Skills in English and Maths (L2). If not, you must have the ability to achieve these within the timescale of your apprenticeship (determined at Initial Assessment). Learners need to be 16 years or above and have a work place in which they are employed for 26 hours a week within a school setting. This must be confirmed at interview and a contract drawn up with the Business Team at the College.
Your progress will be assessed by a range of methods including practical assessments/ observations and written assignments. You will be allocated an assessor who will guide you through your qualification and attend your workplace to observe your practice. You will also be expected to attend sessions at college to maintain contact and to study towards and achieve the English, maths and ICT requirements of the apprenticeship which are a mandatory unless you have equivalent, recognised prior achievement. These skills are assessed by online exams.
After completing the course you could study a Foundation Degree
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Northumberland College directly.