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Online Learning Programmes

We offer a range of online courses specifically designed for classroom support staff by the TA College.

These programmes are endorsed by CACHE (Council for Awards in Care, Health & Education) and are designed as a gateway to formal CACHE qualifications from the TA College. The courses provide a useful introduction to specific elements of TA work and help you become more effective in the classroom.  On completion of each course, learners will receive a certificate of achievement.

 

Supporting Literacy

This programme helps Teaching Assistants support literacy learning in the classroom. The course provides an overview of the curriculum and best practice in supporting literacy development, including promoting confidence amongst pupils and leading learning activities.

  • 6-10 hours duration, delivered online
  • Assessment by assignment task or reflective diary

Book online at the TA College

 

Supporting Mathematics 

This programme helps Teaching Assistants produce engaging maths activities that will encourage children relate maths to real life experiences.   The course provides an overview of the curriculum and best practice in supporting mathematical development, including common misconceptions and supporting learners in the classroom.

  • 6-10 hours duration, delivered online
  • Assessment by assignment task or reflective diary

Book online at the TA College

 

Supporting EAL (English as an Additional Language)

This programme provides an overview of the stages a child may go through whilst leaning English as an additional language and develops strategies for supporting their engagement, inclusion and learning.  

  • 6-10 hours duration, delivered online
  • Assessment by assignment task or reflective diary

Book online at the TA College

 

Supporting Special Educational Needs

This programme provides an overview of good practice in working with learners with Special Educational Needs and suggests practical strategies to help provide the best standard of inclusive support for pupils.  The course takes into account changes in the 2014 SEN Code of Practice. 

  • 6-10 hours duration, delivered online
  • Assessment by assignment task or reflective diary

Book online at the TA College

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