Supporting Teaching and Learning in Schools Apprenticeships

Now is a great time to think about taking an Apprenticeship. There are more opportunities than ever for those looking to work in support roles within school settings. If you want to work in a school supporting classroom as well as general school activities, Apprenticeships in this area can lead to secure employment upon completion.

 

As an apprentice you are paid as you learn. You will go through a structured training programme that teaches all aspects of support work in schools, working alongside experienced staff to learn the skills you need. Our Centres can offer apprenticeships to anyone who is over 16, living in England and not in full-time education.

 

As part of the Apprenticeship in Supporting Teaching and Learning in Schools learners will take the following qualifications:

 

Intermediate Apprenticeship in Supporting Teaching & Learning in Schools


  • Level 2 Certificate in Supporting Teaching and Learning in Schools 
  • ERR Workbook (download available from the Teaching Agency here
  • Level 2 English Functional Skills/GCSE
  • Level 1 Mathematics and ICT Functional Skills/GCSE

Advanced Apprenticeship in Supporting Teaching & Learning in Schools

  • Level 3 Diploma in Specialist Support for Teaching and Learning in Schools
  • ERR Workbook (download available from the Teaching Agency here
  • Level 2 English, Mathematics and ICT Functional Skills/GCSE

Supporting Teaching & Learning in Schools Trailblazer update

In light of the reforms to Apprenticeship funding, an employer-led Trailblazer group are due to start working on the development of a new Apprenticeship Standard for support staff in schools. These Standards will be used for specific roles in school settings, and will eventually replace the current Apprenticeship Frameworks. Further information about Apprenticeship Standards can be found on the Trailblazer Apprenticeship Standards page of the website.