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Level 3 Teaching Assistant Resources


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What are the Level 3 Teaching Assistant resources?

These Level 3 Teaching Assistant learning resources are designed to support your journey to becoming a Teaching Assistant.
The resources provide you with an in-depth understanding of the knowledge and skills needed to work with children and young people within an educational environment.

The resources are the perfect accompaniment to a working schedule or practical placement in any Teaching Assistant job to complement your skills and knowledge.

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Key features of the course

  • Delivery Method: Online
  • Assessment Included
  • Course Access: 12 months
  • Study anytime, anywhere
Level 3 Teaching Assistant Resources
£200 ex. VAT

A set of Teaching Assistant learning resources that are designed to support your journey in the teaching industry.

We offer monthly finance with 0% interest – view options on the checkout page. All prices inclusive of VAT

Are the Level 3 Teaching Assistant learning resources right for me?

These online Level 3 Teaching Assistant resources are perfect for you if you are currently studying towards a full qualification, or if you are in a current teaching work placement looking to bolster your skillset and knowledge in supporting teaching and learning in your spare time.

What job could I get with these Level 3 Teaching Assistant learning resources?

With the help of the Level 3 Teaching Assistant learning resources, you could work in a number of Teaching Assistant job roles including Teaching Assistant, Learning Support Assistant or Special Needs Assistant as the resources will support any learning you undertake. Becoming a Teaching Assistant is also the ideal platform for you to move on to a career as a Teacher as many people start their careers in education as a Teaching Assistant and work their way up the ladder. Working as a Teaching Assistant is an excellent way to get an understanding of how things should be done and finding your feet working in a classroom environment, getting ideas and implementing them.

Why purchase the Level 3 Teaching Assistant learning resources with e-Careers?

  • Learn how to assist children in their learning and development, from the age of five up to school leaver.
  • The perfect accompaniment to a work placement or full-time qualification to help build your knowledge.
  • Customer support available with your resources should you encounter any issues
  • Suitable for professionals who offer specialist support for pupils’ learning in primary, secondary, or specialist establishments and colleges.
  • Become a huge advantage to any school you work in
  • Know that you are making a difference to children’s lives

What are the Level 3 Teaching Assistant learning resource units?

There are 16 units in the Level 3 Teaching Assistant learning resources:

  • Schools and colleges as organisations
  • Health and safety in a learning environment
  • How to safeguard children and young people
  • Professional relationships with children, young people and adults
  • How children and young people develop
  • Supporting positive behaviour in children and young people
  • Supporting children and young people during learning activities
  • Supporting English and Maths skills
  • Supporting the use of ICT in the learning environment
  • Supporting assessment for learning
  • Engaging in personal and professional development
  • Supporting children and young people’s speech, language and communication
  • Understanding how to support bilingual learners
  • Understanding how to support learning of children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities
  • Supporting children and young people during transitions
  • Supporting the role of play, leisure and extra-curricular activities for children and young people

What is covered in the Level 3 Teaching Assistant learning resources?

  • Safeguarding the welfare of children and young people
  • Planning and preparing for learning activities
  • Using assessment strategies to promote learning
  • Creating a positive environment to support speech, language and communication development of children and young people
  • Responding to challenging behaviour

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