Level 2 Teaching Assistant with Level 3 Teaching Resources


Becoming a Teaching Assistant is the perfect start to a career in the education sector. You will build knowledge and experience in a classroom environment which provide an invaluable platform as you embark on your quest to be the difference in children’s lives in a career that rewards fervency.

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The teaching industry is the perfect answer for anyone who enjoys working with children. It provides a challenge, but the work is rewarding, offers a stable career path and no two days are the same. This Level 2 & 3 Teaching Assistant package offers two courses in one learning solution: the Level 2 is CPD certified and gives you the foundations you need to support children, the teacher, and the school who employ you, in the classroom. The Level 3 is designed as supplementary material that will support you in any learning or work experience you are undertaking, making it the ideal course to assist your progress towards achieving a level 3 qualification.

Who is the package for?

This package is for anyone who is aspiring to be, or anyone who is already on the path to becoming a Teaching Assistant. If you are also looking to become a Teacher, becoming a Teaching Assistant and gaining relevant experience in the classroom is a route that many take before making the commitment to chase their dream of becoming a Teacher fulltime.

Key Learning Points

This package contains two courses, the Level 2 will provide you with CPD certification and the fundamental knowledge to pursue your dream of working in the teaching industry. The Level 3 will supplement any work placements or further study that you embark on.

Level 2 Teaching Assistant – CPD Certified:

  • Passing exams is just one part of school life. This course will teach you how to best support pupils’ social and emotional and other care and support needs.
  • We’ve all been to school but it may have changed a lot since your day! Get up to speed with the latest national curriculum and how learning activities are planned and delivered.
  • Dot the i’s and cross the t’s by learning exactly what’s expected of you in your role and the legal responsibilities and policies of schools and their staff.
  • Keep up with the kids by getting up to speed with all the latest developments in ICT in the classroom.
  • Explore effective methods of supporting literacy development, including reading, writing and speaking and listening skills.
  • Explore effective methods of supporting development of numeracy skills in the classroom, including number skills and problem solving and data handling, as well as supporting the understanding of measures, shape and space.
  • Learn about best practice for supporting children with special educational needs.
  • You’re already a team player; learn how to transfer these skills into a school community with guidance on working in teams, with colleagues and with other professionals and parents.

Level 3 Teaching Assistant:

  • Safeguarding the welfare of children and young people
  • Planning and preparing for learning activities
  • Using assessment strategies to promote learning
  • Creating a positive environment to support speech, language and communication development of children and young people
  • Responding to challenging behaviour
  • Supporting children and young people during transitions
  • Supporting the role of play, leisure and extra-curricular activities for children and young people

Advantages of the course

  • Learn how to assist children in their learning and development, from the age of five up to school leaver
  • The perfect course to accompany a work placement or full-time qualification and build your knowledge, although a placement is not compulsory
  • 24-hour technical support available with your course should you encounter any issues
  • Suitable for professionals who offer specialist support for pupils’ learning in primary, secondary, or specialist establishments and colleges
  • Become a huge advantage to any school you work in
  • Give yourself the confidence to go for that Teaching Assistant position, knowing that you have the right skill set, knowledge and attitude to be a great asset to any school.

Level 2

  • Supporting the Teacher
  • Supporting the Pupil
  • Supporting the Curriculum
  • Supporting the School
  • Supporting ICT in the Classroom
  • Supporting Pupils with Special Education Needs
  • Supporting Literacy Development
  • Supporting Numeracy Development
  • Working with Others

Level 3

  • Schools and colleges as organisations
  • Health and safety in a learning environment
  • How to safeguard children and young people
  • Professional relationships with children, young people and adults
  • How children and young people develop
  • Supporting positive behaviour in children and young people
  • Supporting children and young people during learning activities
  • Supporting English and Maths skills
  • Supporting the use of ICT in the learning environment
  • Supporting assessment for learning
  • Engaging in personal and professional development
  • Supporting children and young people’s speech, language and communication
  • Understanding how to support bilingual learners
  • Understanding how to support learning of children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities
  • Supporting children and young people during transitions
  • Supporting the role of play, leisure and extra-curricular activities for children and young people