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Teaching Social Work

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Employers have helped to design these revised Apprenticeships to support the increasing demand for trained support staff in schools, attract new people to the sector, upskill the workforce and replace those who leave or retire. The Level 2 Intermediate Apprenticeship is applicable to learning support staff whose responsibilities at work are closely supervised.

The Intermediate Level Apprenticeship for Supporting Teaching and Learning in Schools is designed for learning support staff whose responsibilities at work are closely supervised. They will be working under the direction of the class teacher whose lesson planning and day-to-day direction set the framework within which the individual works.

Employers have helped to design these revised Apprenticeships to support the increasing demand for trained support staff in schools, attract new people to the sector, upskill the workforce and replace those who leave or retire. The Level 3 Advanced Apprenticeship is applicable to learning support staff whose role requires competence across a range of responsibilities.

The Advanced Level Apprenticeship is designed for learning support staff with a working role which requires competence in a specialist area and/or across a varied range of responsibilities. They will be working under the direction of a teacher who has overall responsibility for teaching and learning in the classroom. They will contribute to planning, implementing and evaluating learning activities and will work alongside the teacher to support whole class activities, as well as working on their own with individual, or groups of, pupils.

You will be appointed an assessor and they will visit you in the workplace to carry out observations of your work. Throughout the course you will study and demonstrate an understanding of the following areas of the sector.

  • Child Development
  • Safeguarding the Welfare of Children
  • Health and Safety
  • Behaviour
  • Relationships
  • Equality, Diversity and Inclusion

You will also study units on schools as organisations, team practice and supported learning activities.

If you have not yet achieved a grade C (or above) in GCSE English and maths, you will be required to attend GCSE resit sessions (if you achieved grade D) or functional skills sessions (if you achieved grade E or below).

You will need to obtain 24 credits from the mandatory units and 6 credits from the optional units.

You need to achieve 32 credits from the mandatory units and 12 credits from the option units. There is a wide choice of optional units including support literacy, numeracy, bilingual learners, and disabled children and those with special education.

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