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Teaching Assistant Complete Training Diploma (TA, SEN, EYFS and Child Safeguarding)

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Price
£12 inc VAT
Study method
Online
Duration
Self-paced
Access to content
Lifetime access
Qualification
No formal qualification
CPD
12 CPD hours / points
Additional info
  • Exam(s) / assessment(s) is included in price
  • Tutor is available to students

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Overview

If you are aspiring to start your career as an SEN teacher or early years foundation stage teacher or child support worker or child protection and child safeguarding officer or early years foundation stage teacher or child support worker or child protection and child safeguarding officer or want to boost your skills and knowledge in SEN teaching, early years foundation stage, child safeguarding, then this teaching assistant complete training diploma (TA, SEN, EYFS and child safeguarding) course will set you up with the appropriate skills and expertise needed to take your career to the next level.

This teaching assistant complete training diploma (TA, SEN, EYFS and child safeguarding) course is accredited by the CPD UK & IPHM. CPD is globally recognised by employers, professional organisations and academic intuitions, thus a certificate from CPD Certification Service creates value towards your professional goal and achievement. CPD certified certificates are accepted by thousands of professional bodies and government regulators here in the UK and around the world.

This extensive CPD UK & IPHM accredited teaching assistant complete training diploma (TA, SEN, EYFS and child safeguarding) course has been designed to equip you with the essential knowledge and skills needed to become an expert SEN teacher or early years foundation stage teacher or child support worker or child protection and child safeguarding officer or early years foundation stage teacher or child support worker or child protection and child safeguarding officer and will give you all the theoretical knowledge & credentials that you need to excel in your new role.

This comprehensive teaching assistant complete training diploma (TA, SEN, EYFS and child safeguarding) course will give you all the necessary skills and a valuable insight into SEN teaching, early years foundation stage, child safeguarding to boost your career towards senior positions and possibilities, by getting the essential skills and knowledge you’ll need from this teaching assistant complete training diploma (TA, SEN, EYFS and child safeguarding) course. There are always new skills to learn and new knowledge to accumulate when you work as an SEN teacher or early years foundation stage teacher or child support worker or child protection and child safeguarding officer or early years foundation stage teacher or child support worker or child protection and child safeguarding officer, this teaching assistant complete training diploma (TA, SEN, EYFS and child safeguarding) course will fully prepare you to embrace all of the essential skills and knowledge in this field.

Enrol today and get started on your journey to improve your career prospects with the latest skills and the power of self-belief!

Why Choose This Teaching Assistant Complete Training Diploma (TA, SEN, EYFS and Child Safeguarding) Course:

  • Accredited by The CPD UK and International Practitioners of Holistic Medicine (IPHM)
  • FREE Course Completion PDF & Hardcopy Certificate of Completion, MCQ Exam & 24/7 Support Included
  • Dual (CPD UK and IPHM) accredited certificate in 1 single course
  • Get trained by industry experts
  • Easy to use and easy to follow
  • Learn the most in-demand skills
  • Expert tutors are always available for you via email
  • Kickstart your career with quality training

***Additional GIFT***

  • Course Completion PDF & Hardcopy Certificate, MCQ Exam & 24/7 Support Included
  • 2 Accreditation (CPD UK and IPHM) in 1 Course

CPD

12 CPD hours / points
Accredited by The CPD Certification Service

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Description

The teaching assistant complete training diploma (TA, SEN, EYFS and child safeguarding) is one of our most popular training courses and is perfect for those individuals who want to start a new career path as an SEN teacher or early years foundation stage teacher or child support worker or child protection and child safeguarding officer or early years foundation stage teacher or child support worker or child protection and child safeguarding officer, as well as established professionals who want to test their existing abilities and learn the latest techniques.

Course Curriculum

This comprehensive teaching assistant complete training diploma (TA, SEN, EYFS and child safeguarding) course has been divided into 44 interactive lessons. This makes for a more stimulating and comprehensive study of all the essential areas of SEN teaching, early years foundation stage, child safeguarding, which also means that learners will be able to absorb the knowledge in manageable and intuitive segments and retain the vital information without even realising it.

This fully inclusive teaching assistant complete training diploma (TA, SEN, EYFS and child safeguarding) course includes the following modules:

Learn how to increase your expertise in SEN teaching, early years foundation stage, child safeguarding by taking the following modules of this popular teaching assistant complete training diploma (TA, SEN, EYFS and child safeguarding) course. This teaching assistant complete training diploma (TA, SEN, EYFS and child safeguarding) course has been specially crafted to allow you to extend your knowledge base in this area and provide excellent groundwork for adapting your skillset and requirements in your chosen job role.

Becoming A Teaching Assistant

  • Introduction
  • Preparation to become a teaching assistant
  • Self-preparation
  • Why have you chosen to become a teaching assistant

Starting Your Role As A Teaching Assistant

  • Learn about the school
  • Your responsibilities
  • About rules and regulations
  • You are a team player

Becoming A Part Of The School

  • Recognising everybody’s role
  • Building relationships
  • Child protection policy
  • Health and safety

A Supportive Learning System

  • Your brain is your learning tool
  • Learn as you go
  • The influence of the outside world
  • Building self-esteem
  • Learning together

The Art Of Teaching

  • Interactive teaching and learning
  • Assessment and testing tools strategies
  • Leadership and management
  • The whole-school learning environment

Culturing Your Presence

  • The dress code
  • Clear communication with the pupils
  • Recognising the pupils
  • Explaining a subject to the pupils
  • Question the pupils
  • Making notes of the lessons
  • Working with groups and individuals
  • Multitasking

The School Curriculums

  • Formal curriculum
  • Hidden curriculum
  • Informal curriculum
  • Primary curriculum
  • Secondary curriculum

Understanding The Pupils

  • Creating a supportive learning environment
  • Managing behaviour in the classroom
  • Understanding the curriculum
  • Creating successful lessons

Statutory and Regulatory Context for SEN

  • SEND Code of Practice
  • Learn How the SEND Tribunal, Disagreement Resolution and Mediation Work
  • Disagreement Resolution
  • Mediation Services
  • SEND Tribunal: If you’re asked to be a witness

Understanding How Special Educational Needs & Disabilities Affect Pupils’ Participation and Learning

  • Understanding Underachievement
  • Signs of Underachievement
  • Knowing When School Underachievement Is a Problem
  • General Causes of Underachievement in School
  • Categories of SEN

Teaching Strategies and Approaches for Pupils with Special Educational Needs

  • SEN teaching Strategies
  • SEN Learning strategies
  • Strategies to Support a Student with a Cognitive Impairment

Drawing Up Inclusive Whole-School Policies And Procedures For SEN

  • Promoting the Inclusive School
  • The Benefits of Inclusion
  • Planning For Inclusion At The Whole-School Level

Developing A Whole-School Policy On Assessment

  • The Purposes of Assessment
  • Methods of Assessment

Inclusive Education for Students with Special Educational Needs

  • Classroom Climate
  • Support for Learning
  • Teaching for Inclusion

Leadership of Special Schools

  • Characteristics of Highly Effective Leaders
  • What Is Leadership?
  • Pedagogical/Instructional Leadership
  • Styles of Leadership
  • General Principles For Good Leaders

National Minimum Standards for Residential Special Schools

  • Statement of Principles and Practice
  • Induction, transition and individual support

Understanding EYFS and its Importance

  • Introduction to EYFS
  • Importance of Early Childhood Learning and Development

EYFS Statutory Framework

  • Key Principles of the Guidance
  • The Early Learning Goals
  • Areas of Emphasis
  • Educational Approach
  • Literacy

Working as an EYFS Teacher in the UK

  • Responsibilities, Job Profile and Skills
  • Qualifications
  • Career Path
  • Challenges and Tips to Succeed

EYFS Teaching Methods

  • Teaching Strategies for Preschoolers
  • Characteristics of Effective Learning
  • Playand explore
  • Active learning
  • Critical thinking

Principles and Theories of EYFS

  • Child Development Principles
  • Themes of EYFS
  • Key Areas of Learning and Development within EYFS

The EYFS cycle

  • Observation, Assessment and PlanningJourney
  • Methods of Observation

Understanding Child Safeguarding

  • Where Does Child Abuse Happen
  • Vulnerable Group of Children

Child Abuse

  • Understanding of Child Abuse
  • Forms of Child Abuse
  • Cultural Practices and Beliefs

Legal Framework for Child Safeguarding

Recognition of Children in Need

  • Indicators of Child Abuse
  • When to Suspect Child Maltreatment

Effective Assessment of Children in Need

  • Purpose of Assessment
  • Identification of Children in Need

Safeguarding Arrangements

  • Action Taken for Safeguarding
  • Referral and Information Sharing
  • Reviews

Child Safeguarding Standards

  • The Policy of Child Safeguarding
  • Roles of People

Certificate of Completion

On completion of the teaching assistant complete training diploma (TA, SEN, EYFS and child safeguarding) course, you will be eligible to order your free PDF & Hardcopy certificate of course completion. There is a minimum postal charge applicable to obtain the hardcopy course completion certificate which is:

  • Inside the UK = £6.49
  • International Students = £17.49

CPD UK and IPHM Accredited Certificate of Achievement

On completion of the teaching assistant complete training diploma (TA, SEN, EYFS and child safeguarding) course, you will be eligible to obtain the CPD UK and IPHM accredited certificate of achievement (dual certificate) to evidence your new skill and accomplishment, as well as your knowledge and skill set. You can also share this certificate with prospective employers and your professional network. The CPD UK and IPHM accredited certificate of achievement (dual certificate) is available in PDF format, at the cost of £12, or a hardcopy can be sent via post at the cost of £35.

Compatibility

All the lessons in this teaching assistant complete training diploma (TA, SEN, EYFS and child safeguarding) course will only take a few minutes to complete, which means that it caters to every type of lifestyle and study method. Study breaks can be quickly scheduled, as can long and intensive periods of learning. You can make the most of your personal time, even if you only have 10 to 15 minutes free at any one time. Make this course work for you.

We don’t believe in placing time limits on learning, so you will never have to rush and complete a course before a strict deadline. Just concentrate on your goals and study in your own time and at your own pace with no unnecessary pressure.

Who is this course for?

This comprehensive teaching assistant complete training diploma (TA, SEN, EYFS and child safeguarding) course is ideal for anyone who is looking to improve their skills and move on to more challenging roles in this sector. Completion of the teaching assistant complete training diploma (TA, SEN, EYFS and child safeguarding) course will prove your learning potential and provide the impetus to boost their career into whatever direction they choose but gaining an up-to-date perspective of everything involving SEN teaching, early years foundation stage, child safeguarding.

The teaching assistant complete training diploma (TA, SEN, EYFS and child safeguarding) course will provide both established professionals and relative newcomers to SEN teaching, early years foundation stage, child safeguarding with some real advantages, earning impressive recognition and acquiring skills which will make any candidate’s CV stand out in a crowded marketplace.

Requirements

There is no previous experience or specific entry requirements needed to enrol into this teaching assistant complete training diploma (TA, SEN, EYFS and child safeguarding) course, any student from any background, and of any age, can enrol into this teaching assistant complete training diploma (TA, SEN, EYFS and child safeguarding) course and learn at their own pace.

Career path

This teaching (TA, SEN, EYFS and child safeguarding) course will bring you new opportunities and new possibilities in an ever-changing job market. Gain the latest techniques, theories, knowledge and confidence that you’ll need to procure the dream job you’ve been looking for. To achieve all this and to gather more valuable credits on your CV, this course could be a critical part of your future.

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What does study method mean?

Study method describes the format in which the course will be delivered. At Reed Courses, courses are delivered in a number of ways, including online courses, where the course content can be accessed online remotely, and classroom courses, where courses are delivered in person at a classroom venue.

What are CPD hours/points?

CPD stands for Continuing Professional Development. If you work in certain professions or for certain companies, your employer may require you to complete a number of CPD hours or points, per year. You can find a range of CPD courses on Reed Courses, many of which can be completed online.

What is a ‘regulated qualification’?

A regulated qualification is delivered by a learning institution which is regulated by a government body. In England, the government body which regulates courses is Ofqual. Ofqual regulated qualifications sit on the Regulated Qualifications Framework (RQF), which can help students understand how different qualifications in different fields compare to each other. The framework also helps students to understand what qualifications they need to progress towards a higher learning goal, such as a university degree or equivalent higher education award.

What is an ‘endorsed’ course?

An endorsed course is a skills based course which has been checked over and approved by an independent awarding body. Endorsed courses are not regulated so do not result in a qualification - however, the student can usually purchase a certificate showing the awarding body’s logo if they wish. Certain awarding bodies - such as Quality Licence Scheme and TQUK - have developed endorsement schemes as a way to help students select the best skills based courses for them.