Course Code: DP3MSTL1 / 18DAS1A
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Supporting Teaching and Learning in Schools Diploma Level 3
Introduction to the course
This course covers every aspect of supporting teaching and learning in schools. You will study topics that reflect the importance of supporting teaching and learning and the essential support work that is carried out in schools to help children achieve their potential. There are 11 Mandatory Units for the Certificate including Units on safeguarding, health and safety, positive behaviour and assessment for learning.
You will attend College one day per week and will be in placement two days a week. This could be on a voluntary or paid basis, if you are in a suitable school setting.
What do I need?
You should be working in a school at Foundation Stage, or Key Stages 1-4. No specific qualifications are required, but your literacy and understanding of childcare will be assessed. Normally, you will have completed a Level 2 qualification or have considerable experience of work in a school. Criminal Record Bureau checks are required. This can be as a paid employee, volunteer or as a work experience placement.
How is the course taught?
Lessons offer a range of activities including group discussions, projects and self-reflection of your own skills and knowledge.
How will I be assessed?
Assessment is by portfolio of work including direct observations by an assessor, reflective accounts, tasks set by CACHE (the Awarding Body) and written and pictorial information.
What does it lead to?
You can progress to other Childcare course courses, Access to Education or Higher Education.
|Location||Start Date - End Date|
|Tottenham Centre||26 Sep 2018 - 12 Dec 2018|
- Last Updated: 23 March 2018
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