This course will be completed via distance learning; initial contact will be made to the college and a learning pack supplied to complete. Contact will be made with your assessor via e-mail or telephone. On enrolling you will be given a completion date for final submission of the work towards your qualification.
This course will provide the learner with the opportunity to support the child or young person to make the most out of learning opportunities. It will develop skills that can help to set and monitor progress, goals and targets, while supporting the child or young person in learning activities. The course will also look into behavioural challenges and how learning in the class can cross over into other aspects of life. Furthermore, it will demonstrate the importance of working with other professionals to assist learning and celebrating achievement for the child and young person through encouragement and positive feedback.
Some of the areas covered are:
To understand the legislation that affects children and young people’s access to education and learning opportunities
To support children and young people to work out what they want to learn and achieve
To work with children and young people to make the most of learning opportunities
To work with others to support children and young people to achieve the best possible outcomes from learning opportunities
No formal qualification requirements
This course will be assessed through distance learning but will also include written assignments to demonstrate knowledge. Competency will be demonstrated through reflection and work based assessments. This will include creating a portfolio of evidence including; written work, professional discussion and observations in the work place.
Completion of this course provides a continued professional development opportunity and could lead to further study within the education sector. Potential employment opportunities may include; working in early years, primary and secondary education provision.