Teaching Assistant Online Course @ Vizual Coaching Academy at Amazon Local £39 (Worth £400)
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Teaching Assistant Online Course @ Vizual Coaching Academy at Amazon Local £39 (Worth £400)

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Found 12th May 2015
Discover a fulfilling new career helping children’s minds grow, or advance your existing training with an online teaching assistant course from Vizual Coaching. This course will help you to play a vital role in supporting pupils, teachers and the school by making a positive and effective contribution to the classroom environment. Learn how to prepare lessons, work under the direction of the class teacher and even help individual children in this rewarding job.
• £39 (regular price £400) for an online Teaching Assistant course
• This course is designed for those looking for a career as a Teaching Assistant from nursery to secondary school, including special schools
• Help secure an interview or a position with a thorough understanding of what the role entails, including pupil care and protection, supporting the teacher, learning about children with special needs and understanding the national curriculum
• For additional course details click here

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Don't you have to spend some time in a school on a placement though, to become a teaching assistant?
Not sure if this would count for anything.

Nice find daffers, heat added as it might help someone out there.

you know one would really need to do a college course where they give you a placement, this is really one of those courses that is meaningless, you will never get a job (unless you are a man) with this, however if you contacted schools and offered to work for free it would help, but you really need at least a NVQ level 2, ideally level 3

Aeschylus

you know one would really need to do a college course where they give you … you know one would really need to do a college course where they give you a placement, this is really one of those courses that is meaningless, you will never get a job (unless you are a man) with this, however if you contacted schools and offered to work for free it would help, but you really need at least a NVQ level 2, ideally level 3


Yes, sound advice.That's what my wife did volunteered at our local primary when the children were younger, they put her through her Level 1, Level 2 & 3 & now she's a HLTA at the same school.

This is a waste of money... most schools are happy to accept people with no specific qualificatiib prividing they are showing the willingness. You just need your C+ GCSE's.

In an interview situation, I would employ the person who had proven their commitment to the role of a TA, by completing this course, rather than one who hadn't - heat daffers.

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twitwoo

In an interview situation, I would employ the person who had proven their … In an interview situation, I would employ the person who had proven their commitment to the role of a TA, by completing this course, rather than one who hadn't - heat daffers.


thanks tawny

daffers

thanks tawny


Np- genuinely think a good deal.

what a brilliant idea. well done daffers. xx

Heat added daffers, if I ever need a new job I know where to come X)
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