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Higher Level Teaching Assistant (HLTA) Preparation for Assessment - Virtual Online Programme - with Tutorial

This course provides participants with the seven 2 hour sessions (previously 3 days) for preparation for assessment and the fee also covers the half-day assessment required for gaining HLTA status.

These seven sessions will take you through all aspects which you need to cover in preparation for assessment against the 33 HLTA standards.

Session 1 Introduction, overview of assessment methods
Session 2 Overview of task forms, standards and examples
Session 3 How to record evidence of teaching, standards and examples
Session 4 How to select and record supplementary document evidence
Session 5 Draft task reviews, assessment grid referencing and short task completion
Session 6 Short task completion and how to prepare for school assessment meetings
Session 7 Tutorial 

All sessions including the tutorial are compulsory and candidates who miss one will need to reschedule for the next available dates. This will affect their hand in and assessment dates.

The final assessment will be by telephone or online meeting. 

All candidates must check they have the relevant level 2 (equivalent to GCSE A*-C, 9-4, grade) maths and English qualification certificates before applying.

HLTAs will:

  • be supported in completing the written assignments and feel prepared for the online assessment required.


Participants who successfully complete will gain HLTA status


Staff seeking to gain HLTA status

Greenwich Direct Services to Schools
100% of attendees to have completed feedback, would recommend this course.
Date
After booking, we will contact you to discuss your requirements.
Venue
Online
Tutors
Lead Practitioners/Trainers from Strictly Education 4S
Cost
£695 for RBG schools
£720 for non-RBG schools

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Clinical Practice and Consultation Supervision for Learning Mentors and other Pastoral Staff

Staff continue to feedback the benefits of clinical supervision support provided, this includes:

  • Opportunity to share common concerns
  • Opportunity to support others in similar roles
  • Opportunity to tap into ideas, expertise and experience of others
  • Opportunity to reflect positively and safely
  • Providing personal & professional development

The sessions also model a framework for supervision that will support Learning Mentors and pastoral staff to work effectively with their students.



The sessions for current year will be facilitated by an experienced Specialised Clinical Social Worker/Psychologist from the Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) Early Intervention Team, who is a member of the CAMHS Family Therapy clinic and has a specific responsibility for supporting the work of front line professionals in Children’s Services.

To ensure sessions are beneficial and effective, supervision will take place within small groups, with no more than 8 participants. Places must be confirmed.

Pupils:

  • Will be safeguarded and supported by confident staff whose practice is safe and reflective

Practitioners:

  • Will feel supported and have a safe space to discuss concerns, development needs and strategies

Settings:

  • Will have staff who are equipped to carry out their roles in a safe and professional manner

Learning Mentors and other pastoral staff

Greenwich Direct Services to Schools
100% of attendees to have completed feedback, would recommend this course.
Date
After booking, we will contact you to discuss your requirements.
Venue
The Professional Development Centre (PDC), (only disabled parking available on-site)
Tutors
Clinical Psychologist from CAMHS Early Intervention Team in Schools
Cost
£30 for RBG schools
£40 for non-RBG schools

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