Teaching Assistant Complete Course (TA, SEN, Autism, ADHD & Dyslexia) Overview
Are you looking to become a qualified, effective Teaching Assistant?
Our Teaching Assistant Complete Course (TA, SEN, Autism, ADHD & Dyslexia) covers the core knowledge and skills you need to be able to identify and address the needs of students in your classroom. It covers an extensive range of topics related to special educational needs, such as SEN support, SEN teaching methodologies, social, emotional and mental health difficulties, sensory or physical needs, and many more!
Teaching Assistant Complete Course provides you with everything you need to know to gain the skills and knowledge required to become a SEN Teaching Assistant. You’ll learn about communicating and interacting with SEN students and their guardians, the challenges they face and opportunities they can utilise. With this Teaching Assistant Complete Course, you can stay up-to-date on the latest trends and practices in special education and gain a competitive edge.
Acquire the qualifications you need to confidently support students with Special Educational Needs in their learning journey. Tailor your teaching practice to meet their individual needs and be the best TA you can be.
Help Students with Special Educational Needs (SEN), Autism and Dyslexia Thrive!
- Enrich your knowledge of Special Education Needs (SEN) and SEN support
- Gain a comprehensive understanding of SEN teaching methodologies
- Learn about the cognition and learning processes of SEN students
- Understand the social, emotional and mental health difficulties
- Identify the SENCO’s role in policy and practice
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Why Take This Course From John Academy?
- Affordable, well-structured and high-quality e-learning study materials
- Engaging tutorial videos, and materials from the industry-leading experts
- Opportunity to study in a user-friendly, advanced online learning platform
- Efficient exam systems for the assessment and instant result
- Earn UK & internationally recognised accredited qualification
- Easily access the course content on mobile, tablet, or desktop from anywhere, anytime
- Excellent career advancement opportunities
- Get 24/7 student support via email.
Who Should Take this Teaching Assistant Complete Course (TA, SEN, Autism, ADHD & Dyslexia)?
This course is for anyone interested in developing their skills as a Teaching Assistant, especially if it involves working with people having Autism, ADHD or Dyslexia or who have special educational needs.
Whether you’re a beginner or have some knowledge about being a TA, you can take this course without any worries. In addition, the in-demand abilities gained from this training will provide excellent career opportunities.
Are There Any Entry Requirements?
This Teaching Assistant Complete Course (TA, SEN, Autism, ADHD & Dyslexia) is available to all learners of all academic backgrounds. But learners should be aged 16 or over to undertake the qualification. And a good understanding of the English language, numeracy, and ICT will be helpful.
After completing and passing the Teaching Assistant Complete Course (TA, SEN, Autism, ADHD & Dyslexia) successfully, you will be able to obtain an Accredited Certificate of Achievement. Certificates can be obtained either in hard copy at £39 or in PDF format at £24.
The Teaching Assistant Complete Course (TA, SEN, Autism, ADHD & Dyslexia) provides essential skills that will make you more effective in your role. It would be beneficial for any related profession in the industry, such as—teaching and academics.
|Section 01: Special Education Needs (SEN): An Overview|
|Special Education Needs (SEN): An Overview||00:08:00|
|Section 02: SEN Support|
|Section 03: High-Quality Teaching for Pupils with SEN|
|High-Quality Teaching for Pupils with SEN||00:09:00|
|Section 04: SEN Teaching Methodologies|
|SEN Teaching Methodologies||00:20:00|
|Section 05: Communication and Interaction|
|Communication and Interaction||00:16:00|
|Section 06: Cognition and Learning|
|Cognition and Learning||00:20:00|
|Section 07: Social, Emotional and Mental Health Difficulties|
|Social, Emotional and Mental Health Difficulties||00:11:00|
|Section 08: Sensory or Physical Needs|
|Sensory or Physical Needs||00:15:00|
|Section 09: The SENCO Role in Policy and Practice|
|The SENCO Role in Policy and Practice||00:12:00|
|Section 10: Roles and Responsibilities within whole School SEN Co-ordination|
|Roles and Responsibilities within whole School SEN Co-ordination||00:12:00|
|Section 11: The SENCO and the Senior Leadership Team|
|The SENCO and the Senior Leadership Team||00:14:00|
|Section 12: Supporting Colleagues and working with Professionals and Organisations beyond the School|
|Supporting Colleagues and working with Professionals and Organisations beyond the School||00:24:00|
|Section 13: Developing Relationship with Pupils and Parents|
|Developing Relationship with Pupils and Parents||00:19:00|
|Section 14: SENCO’s Role in Leading and Managing SEND Administration|
|SENCO’s Role in Leading and Managing SEND Administration||00:17:00|
|Section 15: Challenges and Opportunities|
|Challenges and Opportunities||00:16:00|
|Section 16:Developing Inclusive Practice and the Future SENCO Role|
|Developing Inclusive Practice and the Future SENCO Role||00:13:00|
|Certificate and Transcript|
|Order Your Certificates and Transcripts||00:00:00|