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Specialist Support for Learning and Teaching in Schools

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QUALIFICATION and AWARDING BODY

Level 3 Diploma in Specialist Support for Learning and Teaching in Schools, City and Guilds

WHAT DOES THIS COURSE COVER?

This qualification measures the knowledge and skills required to meet the support needs of primary, secondary and special needs schools. Achieving this qualification will demonstrate your ability relating to pupil welfare, care, behaviour and learning.

HOW IS THIS COURSE ASSESSED?

This course is assessed by portfolio. Each individual learner receives one-to-one support from an allocated assessor.

WHO IS THIS COURSE SUITABLE FOR?

The Support Teaching and Learning in Schools (STLS) qualifications are designed for anyone involved in or wanting to work within a school setting and would like to gain the necessary qualification to become a Teaching Assistant/LSA.

COURSE TIMINGS

This course lasts for 14-16 months. Start dates are available throughout the academic year.

HOW MUCH DOES THIS COURSE COST?

This course can be fully funded if students have not achieved a full level 3 qualification or higher or if their annual income from April 2022 is under £18,525.

PROGRESSION

This Specialist Support for Learning and Teaching in Schools qualification could support progression onto appropriate qualifications and into relevant employment in the health and social care sector.

 

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Course Requirements

You must be 19 or over to access this course. You must be employed or volunteering in a school setting for a minimum of 12 hours per week.

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Please email acc@stvincent.ac.uk or call 02392 603606.