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Teaching (Teaching Assistant)

A Career as a Teaching Assistant

 Teaching Assistants play a vital role in the classroom by helping students to reach their full potential. After completing your Apprenticeship, you can pursue employment as a:

 

  • Teaching Assistant
  • Behaviour Support Coordinator
  • Classroom Assistant
  • Pastoral/Welfare Support Assistant
  • Learning Support Assistant
  • Team Leader
 
   
   

Alternatively, you can progress to a foundation degree or Higher Level Teaching Assistant training. The University of Bolton also offer a range of Education & Teacher Training programmes. Please be aware that to become a fully qualified Teacher you will need to study up to degree level.

Interested? View our Apprenticeships below...

Could this be your future?

If you're good with children and would like to work in a school setting, you may consider a Teaching Assistant Apprenticeship. From lesson preparation to supervising activities, helping with outings to activity planning, we'll give you the building blocks for success. Our Apprenticeships include:

 

Level 2:

Level 3:

  • Supervising Art & Craft Activities
  • Supporting Staff with Outings/Trips
  • Assisting with Lesson & Activity Planning
  • Shadowing Teachers
  • Helping Children who need Extra Support
  • Involvement in All Aspects of Classroom Life

Student Success

joe potts teaching apprentice

Joe Potts
Teaching & Learning Apprenticeship Level 2
Working at Atherton Community School

"This was a brilliant opportunity - I've learnt on the job and earned money at the same time. I've built up some great relationships. I enjoy seeing pupils have fun whilst they#'re learning; if they're enjoying themselves, you know you're doing something right! Eventually, I'd like to become a Higher Level Teaching Assistant."

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