Teaching Assistant Course

Course Fee
£600.00
Duration
12 – 16 weeks Days
Session
Distance learning
Assessment

Written Assignment

Result & Certificate
10 – 15 days
minimum age
16
Earnings

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SIA Licence fee
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Additional charges
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Frequently Asked Questions

Q. I want to get more information about the Door Supervisor course??

The Door Supervisor is a 6 days training and the course fee is £240. However, Security Industry Authority (SIA) has made the Emergency First Aid at Work training a prerequisite qualification for joining the Door Supervisor course. If you do not have the EFAW qualification you need to join the EFAW First Aid training before the Door Supervisor course start date. We run the EFAW training every week on Monday and the training fee is £80. So the total cost of your Door supervisor course including the First Aid training is £320 which makes this 7 days of training with First Aid. We run the Door Supervisor course every week from Tuesday to Sunday starting from 9.30 to 18.00. After the training, you will receive your certificate in 10 days and then you need to apply for the SIA badge which takes about 2-3 weeks. We can also assist you to apply for SIA Licence. SIA Licence fee is £190. Once you receive your badge you can work as a Door supervisor.... Read More

Course Booking

A teaching assistant can work at all levels of education from nursery schools to the colleges. They can also work with children with additional learning needs. They can also provide support in the general class room setting. 

The Roles and Responsibilities of a Teaching Assistant

Role of a teaching assistant depends upon the level of Teaching assistant qualification, experience and the need of the specific school you are going to work in.

·         Delivering the tailored learning activities made by the teacher, either in small group or one-to-one basis.

·         Ensuring the engagement of all students in learning

·         Supporting social and emotional development of the students

·         Managing challenging behavior creatively.

·         Monitoring a student’s progress

·         Providing administrative support in the classroom

·         Providing support in invigilation

·         Being a part of extra-curricular activities

·         Higher level of Teaching assistants can also coordinate teaching support.

The entry requirements of being a Teaching Assistant

You don’t need to have a degree to become a Teaching Assistant. But for more senior position you need a certain level of Teaching Assistant qualification. As, professionalism is growing in the field, most of the schools are seeking qualified teaching assistants instead of employing unqualified ones. So, it is good to get a level of teaching assistant qualification by getting a teaching assistant course. There is a few other entry requirements for the course. Those are as follows-

·         Literacy and numeracy

·         A good educational grounding

Where you can Work after teaching assistant course

After the completion of the teaching assistant course and getting the relevant qualification you can get job in any establishment across the education sector. You can work in nursery school or in college according to you need.

Now we are providing our course in distant learning mode. That means now, you can finish your course from the comfort of your home.