Make a difference to a young person's life and help them to reach their full potential with a Teaching Assistant Apprenticeship. Find yourself supporting teachers and helping children with reading, writing and learning activities. You might find yourself working in schools and nurseries, working with pupils across a range of abilities.
So, what does a Teaching Assistant Apprenticeship involve?
From lesson preparation to supervising activities, helping with trips and planning exciting activities for your pupils - there's so much to learn on a Teaching Assistant Apprenticeship. You can be sure to get involved in all aspects of classroom life and providing support to students where needed. Your Apprenticeship could lead to a career as a:
• Teaching Assistant
• Learning Mentor
• Learning Support Worker
• Primary School Teacher
• Secondary School Teacher
• Special Educational Needs Teacher
• Behaviour Support Coordinator
Once qualified you could expect to earn between £11,500 to £23,000, depending on the route you choose to take.
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