Education & Training ApprenticeshipsPosted: 26th of February 2015 by
Apprenticeships in the field of education and training are available in all sorts of areas – they’re not just limited to schools and colleges although obviously, you can train to work with children at primary and secondary school levels, as well as working with older students as a learning support assistant or a learning mentor at a college of further education or in a university.
So apart from teaching in an educational establishment or working in childcare, you could consider doing an apprenticeship so that you can train to teach others in many other fields such as sport, the arts, or computing and IT the list is endless! You can find out all about teaching and non teaching roles in education and training here.
There are apprenticeship frameworks in this sector which include:
- Learning & Development
- Learning Support
- Professional Development for Work-Based Learning Practitioners
- Supporting Teaching & Learning in Physical Education
- Supporting Teaching & Learning in Schools
In the spotlight – Classroom Assistant
Classroom assistants support children as they learn. They also work closely with teachers to plan how best to support individual children as well as liaising with parents about each child’s needs.
Levels of apprenticeship: Intermediate and Advanced
Once you’ve registered you can search for opportunities and jobs in this sector at www.notgoingtouni.co.uk/all
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