This is the perfect course if you are not yet working in a school and want to become a fully qualified Teaching Assistant. You don’t need any previous experience to join this government recognised award so you can enrol today and get started straight away!
Our course includes everything to get you qualified.
It is on the RQF framework and follows the very latest syllabus.
This course will take around 80 hours of actual study to complete.
Unit 1 – Understand child and young person development
Unit 2 – Understand how to safeguard the well-being of children and young people
Unit 3 – Communication and professional relationships with children, young people and adults
Unit 4 – Promote equality, diversity and inclusion in work with children and young people
Unit 5 – Schools as organisations
Please see the sections below for a full description of each unit
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Sarah Flynn • Teaching Assistant Level 3
This course will give you the know-how to succeed in today’s modern school environment and help develop the knowledge and understanding needed to support child learning and well-being. It's the very latest Level 3 Teaching Assistant Award course that offers an outstanding, student-focused learning experience and gives you the very best possible lessons for becoming a Teaching Assistant
Shana Cahan • Teaching Assistant Level 3
This CACHE accredited course is the official government Level 3 Teaching Assistant qualification that you need – it is fully recognised & accepted by OFSTED. You will be qualified for working in all OFSTED primary and secondary schools throughout England, Wales and Northern Ireland. Over 82% of learners completing RQF Qualifications find placements – take the next step now! This qualification is fully recognised, on the RQF Framework and has 12 credits.