HLTA Pedagogy Programme & HLTA Status Award

ONE · STOP ·SHOP for HLTA development!

With increased pressures on staffing and budgets, many schools are keen to develop their TAs, LSAs and HLTAs to unlock their full potential, increasing their impact on Teaching, Learning and Assessment.

We are delighted to confirm that we are able to offer both pedagogy training for HLTAs and the HLTA Status Award* (*in partnership with Best Practice Network, a national provider)

There are 3 options available:

  1. HLTA Status Award (Primary & Secondary) – Delegates will attend two ‘Preparation’ days and then receive a half day ‘Assessment’ in school from an external assessor.  Successful delegates will gain HLTA Status (national award)  Current dates available – 22 May & 25 June 2020 with Assessments taking place in the Autumn 2020 term. (Cost – £740)
  2. The HLTA Pedagogy Programme (Primary) – a 5 session pedagogy training session, led by experienced practising teachers, specifically designed for HLTAs focussing on key pedagogical elements (see flyer attached) – next programme commencing Autumn 2020 (Cost – Billericay TSA Members – £225 per delegate, non-members £250). For further information on the benefits of becoming a member please visit http://www.billericayteachingschoolalliance.com/tsa-membership/
  3. In 2020-21 we will again be offering both HLTA Status Award (Primary & Secondary) and HLTA Pedagogy Programme (Primary) – which can be accessed separately or in conjunction. Dates to be confirmed.

Please click on the relevant link below to download flyers.
> HLTA Status Award
> HLTA Pedagogy Programme 2020-21

Deadline for registering interest for the HLTA Status Award for May & June 2020 is Friday 27 March 2020.

University Credits
For successful completion of the HLTA Pedagogy Programme, delegates will be awarded 20 HE Credits at L4 by the University of Suffolk.  

The 20 credits can be used for purposes of further study exclusively with University of Suffolk, and are not transferrable.  These can lead to further qualifications, and can be a route into teaching after having obtained a degree from distance learning. Please see documents below for further information.

> Supporting Learning Pathway
> FdA Early Years Practice and BA top up Course Flyer