Celebrating Teaching Assistants and Everything They Do – All I DoNews December 6, 2022
Teaching assistants are a vital part of the education system, providing a wealth of value to children, young people and schools. The NCFE are raising awareness of the impact Teaching Assistants have every single day; whether you are wanting to become a Teaching Assistant, or are currently working in teaching, here is some information for you.
Training opportunities are vital to help support teachers and schools, with 88% of primary teachers and 81% of secondary teachers saying they don’t have enough support for students with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities. In this way, it is more important than ever for focused training in SEND. Please find here a link to our current courses which you may be eligible to take for free.
Through the NCFE’s CACHE Alumni membership network, their careers toolkit and CPD qualifications, they provide resources for your continued development. Many of these resources are free, please find links below:
CACHE Alumni – Join an award-winning network of over 20,000 education and care professionals for free and access articles from sector specialists, podcasts, e-learning and a careers advice service. You can also join communities and take advantage of a member’s benefits scheme.
Education and childcare careers toolkit – Our recently relaunched toolkit offers a range of rich and engaging support materials on everything from CPD, to career pathway maps, to conversations with specialists, all in the form of webinars, podcasts, articles and guides. It also hosts content on topics including sustainability, mental health and wellbeing. It’s mobile-friendly, easy to navigate and best of all, completely free to use.
CPD qualifications – Our qualifications range from entry level to level 5 and support Teaching Assistants to develop their knowledge and skills. We offer many CPD qualifications for you to choose from, please click here to be directed.
If you are a teaching assistant and want to share your story, use the hashtag #AlliDo
For more information and videos on the work teaching assistants do, click the link here.