Are you ready to take your career as a TA to the next level? Wondering how to become a higher level teaching assistant? This Ofsted approved level 4 teaching assistant course will give you the opportunity to boost your salary, recognition, and responsibilities. Also ideal for those seeking management or mentoring roles, this course will build upon your existing experience and allow you to work unsupervised in a classroom setting. Designed for TAs already practicing at a level 3 standard, it’s specially structured so that you can continue to earn as you learn – simply incorporate your online studying into your working day, and put your newfound skills and knowledge to good use along the way!
The smarter, easier way to become a higher level teaching assistant.
HLTA online course and qualification: what you’ll learn.
You’ll discover how to support children and young people with their mental health and wellbeing, uncover the roles and responsibilities of a Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator (SENCo), and further improve on your working relationship with family members and other education professionals. You’ll complete a detailed research project which will help you to reflect on how to implement positive change in an academic setting, and explore leadership and management skills. As you continue to work as a TA, you’ll complete workplace observations that will be signed off by your Oxbridge tutor.
Why study this level 4 advanced practitioner certificate?
- After completion, you can boost your salary and responsibilities
- It’s internationally recognised, accredited, and Ofsted approved
- You can study while you continue to work as a TA
- You can advance into management or leadership positions
- You’ll receive unlimited tutor support as you study.
Why it’s better to study STL4 instead of HLTA
|HLTA||Level 4 Advanced Practitioner in Schools & Colleges|
|Work as a Higher Level Practitioner/Teaching Assistant|
|Internationally recognised qualification|
|Course credits for University|
|Can be assessed solely by your course tutor|
|Requires an assessment by your local council|
|Limited to practice only in your local LEA area|
|No limits on where you can practice|