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Our Supporting Teaching and Learning in Schools advanced apprenticeship lasts approximately 18 months. During the apprenticeship the learner completes practical on-the-job training to get real experience and improve their skills. Learners also study the underpinning theory behind their job role to help them understand their job, resulting in increased motivation, ambition and productivity.
Daily activities of a Supporting Teaching and Learning in Schools level 3 learner could include:
Once the apprenticeship has been achieved, the learner has the opportunity to advance to further education and qualifications, such as a level 5 Foundation Degree for Teaching and Learning Support .
This helps them to progress their career from Teaching or Classroom Assistant to a range of roles such as Team Leader, Bilingual Support Assistant or Behaviour Support Support Co-ordinator.
Composition of the qualification
During the level 3 apprenticeship learners complete the following qualifications:
The diploma is built from a selection of mandatory and optional units. Prevista works alongside the learner and employer to ensure the right units are selected for the individual and their job role, maximising the positive impact for both the learner and employer.
Tutors will deepen the learner’s knowledge, understanding and experience of equality and diversity, and ensure well-being and personal safety is embedded into training, for example by teaching them their roles and responsibilities around safeguarding.
Examples of optional modules include:
Learners need to have a Level 2 qualification such as GCSEs at grades A* to C, BTEC First Diploma, intermediate Apprenticeship or relevant work experience
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