Teaching assistant courses
Teaching assistant courses are specially designed if you enjoy being with children and young people and you’re enthusiastic about sharing your knowledge, being a teaching assistant could be the career for you. You need to be a good communicator; ready to work hard in an environment that can be quite tough; resilient, flexible and well organised. It also helps to have a sense of humour.
We’re hosting information sessions to help you choose your teaching assistant pathway
The role of a teaching assistant is certainly challenging, but it can be immensely rewarding.
There are few other professions that have the potential to make such a difference to individual lives – not only to a young person’s career, but to their wider interests, personal development, confidence and wellbeing.
Teaching assistants work in a wide variety of settings, in schools and colleges from nursery to secondary level, in further or higher education, and in the statutory and private sectors.
You can work as a general teacher assistant (particularly in a primary school, where teaching assistants tend to work across the whole curriculum); specialise in one subject area; or focus on children with special educational needs.
Teaching assistant courses are perfect for a career as…
- Teaching assistant
- Classroom assistant
- SEN support worker
- Young person’s carer
- Training Officer in a private training organisation
- Quality manager within the education sector
- Ideal for those looking to progress into teaching in the future
Please contact student services on 01952 642237 to reserve a place on the next information event for teaching assistant courses.
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