April 30th, 2013
The Teaching Assistant College will be heading off to London in a couple of weeks to attend the 32nd COBIS Annual Conference. The COBIS Conference is a key event for the team as it is a fantastic opportunity to speak to delegates attending from schools all over the world. Eva Cartwright and Claire Preece will [...]BSME Conference
February 28th, 2013
Eva Cartwright has recently returned from the British Schools of the Middle East Annual Conference. The conference was held in Jordan from the 5th – 8th January and was a huge success, with our new launches for 2013 being very well received. Eva would like to thank all the delegates who took the time to discuss [...]
Qualifications prove that you have studied about your chosen career, It also shows that you are serious about your career and demonstrates your commitment to it.
The level of your qualification can also show that you have an in-depth knowledge of your career. Teaching Assistants are no different, by studying for a qualification as a Teaching Assistant you are showing that you value your role and want to perform at the best possible standard in school.
If you have been a Teaching Assistant for many years gaining a qualification is still important as:
- You may currently be performing the same tasks on a regular basis, working towards a qualification can help you to broaden the range of tasks that may be expected of you in school
- You can learn more about the way children learn and the best ways to help them achieve
- Share ideas with other Teaching Assistants
- Discover the reasons why children are taught using particular methods
- If you ever wanted to change schools a qualification will prove that you know how to do the job anywhere – not just in the school that you are in.
- Gaining new knowledge is always a good thing
The only tough bit is deciding which course is right for you.
If you would like some help deciding which level or course is most appropriate for you, please click on this link: What course is right for me? or call us on 0845 603 7782 / 01785 851251 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be more than happy to discuss your options with you.
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