Intermediate Apprenticeship in Supporting Teaching and Learning in Schools
- Sector: Education and Training
The Intermediate Apprenticeship in Supporting Teaching and Learning in Schools is designed to be applicable to learning support staff. A range of occupational roles are covered by the Apprenticeship.
The Apprenticeship provides the breadth and depth of skills and knowledge needed for employment in Supporting Teaching and Learning in Schools at this level.
|Overall Price (CQ & FS):||£113.50|
|Without Functional Skills (CQ only):||£67|
Combined Knowledge and Competence Based Qualification
|Guided Learning Hours:||180 - 192|
|Fee Per Learner:||£67.00|
Employment Rights and Responsibilities
For details on Employment Rights and Responsibilities, please visit the latest Sector Skills Council Apprenticeship Framework document.
Personal Learning and Thinking Skills
For details on Personal Learning and Thinking Skills, please visit the latest Sector Skills Council Apprenticeship Framework document.
Potential Job Roles
Job roles include:
- Teaching Assistant
- Classroom Assistant
- Learning Support Assistant
- Support material
NCFE LEVEL 2 CERTIFICATE IN SUPPORTING TEACHING AND LEARNING IN SCHOOLS
This qualification specification contains everything you need to know about this qualification and should be used by everyone involved in the planning, delivery and assessment.
This document contains the learning outcomes and assessment criteria for this qualification and should be used alongside the qualification specification.
This document outlines the content of the qualification, who it’s designed for, what opportunities it could lead to and which providers support its delivery.
This document outlines the generic occupational competence and staffing requirements for centres delivering NCFE qualifications.
|Overall Price (CQ & FS)||£113.50|
|Without Functional Skills (CQ only)||£67|
Generic Occupational Competence guidance and staffing requirements
Where qualification specifications don’t include specific mandatory staffing requirements, centres should refer to this document for generic guidance.