|Date:||Friday 5th, Friday 12th and Friday 19th June 2020|
|Time:||9.00am - 3.30pm|
|Venue:||Westbridge TSA, Rivington Ave, Platt Bridge, Wigan, WN2 5NG|
|Delivered by:||Jane Walton - Karen Ardley Associates|
|Cost:||£375 per person|
Teaching and Learning Support Assistants in EYFS, KS1 and KS2
Delegates much attend all three days.
What will I study
The role of the teaching and learning support assistant is a vital one in the day to day running of a school.
This programme offers essential skills and techniques backed up with cutting edge theory that will enable the support assistans to do their job with enthusiasm and confidence.
All participants will receive real strategies and resources that they will be able to use to inform and evolve their practice immediately.
Key areas covered
Jane Walton is a successful, qualified and experienced Adult Educator whose previous roles include working as a Childcare lecturer and Curriculum Manager delivering qualifications for Teaching Assistants. Her recent work has included identifying the impact of staff working in schools to support learning.
Her specialist skills, knowledge and experience are focused on the development of staff within the National Occupational Standards. Jane is committed to encouraging, developing and enabling professionalism and accountability across the whole school workforce.
She is passionate about the promotion of a culture of life- long learning for all adults working with children and young people.
About Karen Ardley Associates
KAA is a dynamic, creative leadership, training and development consultancy.
We design and deliver professional training and development programmes for leaders and people involved with providing or supporting learning, worldwide.Our inspirational leadership programmes and consultancy have proven success and organisational impact.
Our outstanding classroom practice programmes impact positively and directly on student engagement and progress.
‘‘Everyone loved the session! I've got a group of very keen support assistants ready to go now. Please extend my thanks to Jane, the delegates were all very enthusiastic about her and the sessions’. Sobia Mir, Brackenhall Primary School, UK