Level 2 Award in Support Work in schools

Advertiser
Natalie Barton
Reference
CLI-151
Categories
Free Courses
Course Types
Vocational
Study method
Online
Student Type
Adult
Training Level
Intermediate
Duration
5 weeks

Support Work in Schools

 

Level: Level 2

Qualification: City and Guilds Award in Support Work in Schools

 

Course description:

This course aims to give candidates an overview of life as a Teaching Assistant in Schools.

This qualification prepares learners for further learning and training whilst developing an understanding of the teaching and learning environment in a school setting. It covers areas such as how to support the well-being of a child or young person and child and young person development.

Whilst on the course learners will be introduced to the importance of safeguarding and Equality and Diversity within the classrooms, the different types of abuse and being alert to signs and symptoms.

 

Entry Requirements:

There are no specific qualifications required to sign up to this course, however learners do need to be unemployed and in receipt of benefits. This qualification is suitable for learners aged 18 and above (on 31st August 2019).

 

Units covered on this qualification:

  • Unit 01- Child and Young Person Development
  • Unit 02- Safeguarding the Welfare of Children and Young People
  • Unit 03- Communication and Professional Relationships with Children, Young People and Adults
  • Unit 04- Equality, diversity and inclusion in work with children and young people
  • Unit 05- Schools as Organisations

 

Benefits:

  • Achieve a nationally recognised Level 2 qualification
  • Develops knowledge to progress into your chosen career
  • Flexible hours to complete qualification without having to attend the centre
  • One to one support from the tutors and staff at Rochdale Training

 

Progression:

On completion of this qualification, you may work within schools or continue with developing your knowledge onto an accredited level 3 qualification. There will be support to work with recruitment agencies to develop your work experience which will help you to decide on the age range of young people you want to work with.