Teaching Assistants Courses & Training

Teaching Assistants provide pupils and teachers with much needed support, these courses are designed to train them in across-the-board skills. I have delivered INSET training and induction training for primary and secondary school teaching assistants. I have taught on specific NVQ courses and have been an assessor and tutor for the HLTA award.

All courses are flexible and can be adapted to your needs.

I offer school-based and centrally-based INSET training for teaching assistants and teachers in a range of child related topics including:

Teaching Assistants : Behaviour Management for Teaching Assistants  - for primary or secondary school support StaffBehaviour Management for Teaching Assistants
- for primary or secondary school support Staff

A one day or two morning training which enables participants to explore why children misbehave, to develop positive relationships with pupils, and to learn strategies to manage behaviour.
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Safeguarding/Child Protection

Inset training for teaching staff and support staff. To help participants to recognise the signs of child abuse, be clear about school policy and procedures, explore appropriate professional conduct in the workplace.
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Emotional Intelligence and the Whole Child

A training session for teachers, teaching assistants and other support staff. The course will cover an introduction to the importance of emotional intelligence. It will explore initiatives and practice developed by schools and nurseries to help children to thrive in this area, and to help staff to contribute with greater confidence to children's emotional learning.
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Responding to Bullying

A Workshop for primary school teachers and teaching assistants. This workshop aims to enable teaching staff to respond to bullying and to work more effectively with the children involved.
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