Teaching Assistant Courses
Do you or your staff need safeguarding training?
This course is designed for early years practitioners who need to complete or renew their safeguarding training. It is a comprehensive course covering all areas that early years staff need in order to make them compliant with EYFS requirements for safeguarding.
Would you like to learn more about how children develop, grow, learn and think? Are you interested in training to be a Child Psychologist in the future?
If yes then this is the course for you. This extremely popular child psychology course is accredited by OCN (OTC) at Level 3 and carries 4 credits. The course is an excellent introduction to child psychology for those who are interested in this fascinating subject.
Would you like to learn more about the EYFS but don't know where to start?
If yes then this is the course for you. This course is designed to provide practitioners with an overview of the EYFS 2017 framework. The EYFS was first introduced in 2008 and reviewed and updated in 2012, 2014 and again in 2017. This course also provides an explanation of the changes which occurred to the framework in 2019.
Do you or your staff need to learn more about engaging children with ICT?
If yes, then this is the course for you/them. This course is designed for all those who work with or care for children including very young children. It provides information on how to engage children with ICT in an age appropriate way which supports development, taking into account statutory requirements for ICT education. It considers the use of ICT with children under 5 as well as children in Key Stage 1 at school.
Do you or your staff want to learn more about engaging children with maths?
If yes, then this is the course for you/them. This course is very popular with educators in schools, parents, early years settings and home based child-carers- nannies and child-minders. This course focuses on children aged approx. 3- 7 years of age.
Do you or your staff want to improve your/their skills and knowledge for supporting children's speech, language and communication (SLC) skills?
Do you or your staff need to learn more about working with children with special educational needs (SEN)?
Do you or your staff want to learn more about working with boys?