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Certificate In Supporting Teaching & Learning In Schools Level 2  

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Course Summary

Course Code: LCC31Y20  

Start Date: Various   

Start Time and Lesson Duration:  for hours

Duration:  lessons over  week(s)

Location: Online Self Study  

Fee: Provided At Assessment    


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Description

The Certificate for Supporting Teaching & Learning at Level 2 is appropriate for anyone working, or volunteering, as a Learning Support Assistant in an educational setting.

Introducing the qualification
The Certificate for Supporting Teaching & Learning at Level 2 is appropriate for anyone working as a Learning Support Assistant in an education setting. The Qualification aims to give learners an opportunity to develop a solid understanding of the supporting role in schools and provides a recognised qualification for employees within the sector.

Duration
There will be an expectation for candidates to achieve the Certificate for Supporting Teaching & Learning within 12 months.

Assessment
Assessment is through submission of evidence in a portfolio to demonstrate that the requirements are met to a relevant standard

Entry requirements
There are no formal qualification requirements, but candidates will undertake an initial assessment to determine the appropriate level and optional units. Candidates must be in an appropriate job role to collect the relevant evidence, working/volunteering for a minimum of 12 hours per week.

Qualification structure
Candidates must gain a minimum of 30 credits achieved by taking mandatory (24 credits) and optional units to demonstrate their knowledge of the subject as well as demonstrate competence in the workplace.

Delivery methods
An assessor will be assigned to the workplace to support the candidate through the qualification. This will involve observation of the candidate in the workplace. There will also be workshops either online or at one of our ACL centres, to support the candidate through the knowledge and understanding. Other options may be available. Competence based units are assessed in the workplace, using observation, witness testimonies, work products, candidate accounts and questioning.

What happens next?
Complete an enrolment form. Each candidate will be contacted to complete an induction where the course will be explained further. Candidates will be notified by letter of the commencement of the course and lesson dates.

Course costs
This course costs £1417. (£850 for learners who hold the Level 2 Swis award). The advanced learning loan is not available to fund this course.

Mandatory Units
Child and young person development Safeguarding the welfare of children and young people Communication and professional relationships with children, young people and adults Equality, diversity and inclusion in work with children and young people Help improve own and team practice in schools Maintain and support relationships with children and young people Support children and young people’s health and safety Support children and young people’s positive behaviour Support learning activities

Optional Units
Optional Group A Schools as organisations Optional Group B Contribute to supporting bilingual learners Prepare and maintain learning environments Provide displays in schools Support children and young people at meal or snack times Support children and young people with disabilities and special educational needs Support children and young people’s play and leisure Support children and young people’s travel outside of the setting Support extra-curricular activities Support the use of information and communication technology for teaching and learning Move and position individuals in accordance with their plan of care Provide support for therapy sessions There are 3 credits required from Group A and a minimum of 3 credits from Group B.

For further information, please contact:
Anne Small VTC Curriculum Co-ordinator (VL – Schools and Early Years) Adult Community Learning, Essex Spinks Lane Witham CM8 1EP 03330136238 Email: anne.small@essex.gov.uk