CACHE Level 4 Certificate for the Advanced Practitioner in Schools and Colleges – for experienced Teaching Assistants/ LSA’s
We are very excited to bring you the first distance learning CACHE Level 4 Certificate for an Advanced Practitioner in Schools and Colleges. You can start any time of the year!
It is the brand new qualification for experienced Teaching Assistants. It offers chance of gaining a higher level qualification for experienced teaching assistants/ LSA’s. This is the ideal course for you if you are an experienced support worker and preferably have a level 3 certificate in a related subject. You must be employed in a school or college environment.
This is the perfect course for learners that struggle to attend college for taught sessions. Unlike other courses, the programme is tailored around you and along with regular online support you will have regular tutorials with your assessor to give you feedback and support to enable you to achieve your qualification.
You will also be able to access support every week via planned telephone calls or emails. They will guide you through the reading, research and assignments you need to complete show your knowledge and understanding. Your assessor will mark your assignments, give you feedback and help you to become an even better practitioner. This would also be an ideal course for staff working with pupils in referral units or home education.
You must complete a portfolio of evidence that must cover all assessment criteria which includes a series of written assignments, projects and workplace evidence which are submitted for assessment. You will receive feedback on your work and the opportunity to resubmit if further evidence is required. You will may observed in your work place by your assessor to demonstrate your occupational competence or need to provide expert witness testimony to evidence your skills performance.
On successful completion of this qualification, learners may wish to progress onto higher education, teacher training or promotion within the workforce.