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legislation and guidelines that rlate to a HLTA'S ROLE

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Post by christine on Sun Nov 25, 2012 1:01 pm

Can anyone help me with the above question pls, I have looked at the teachernet,cov uk and standards,dfes and they are both archived so unable to access.

would be grateful for some help and advice

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Re: legislation and guidelines that rlate to a HLTA'S ROLE

Post by Gracie on Sun Nov 25, 2012 2:50 pm

If you google your question, you will find quite a lot of info from unions, etc. Hope this helps.

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Re: legislation and guidelines that rlate to a HLTA'S ROLE

Post by christine on Sun Nov 25, 2012 4:11 pm

thanks did google but didnt really get anywhere will try again

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Re: legislation and guidelines that rlate to a HLTA'S ROLE

Post by caffeine needed on Sun Nov 25, 2012 8:35 pm

is this the one for the ncc home learning course which doesnt give hlta status?
the type of legislation you need to look at is safeguarding, lit and numeracy guidelines and strategies from the government. Phonics and I'd probably go for an area which you are interested in
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Re: legislation and guidelines that rlate to a HLTA'S ROLE

Post by Lil Miss Sunshine on Wed Nov 28, 2012 6:29 am

Hi Christine, please note I do not answer questions via email.

Thank you but are you sure the NCC is not HLTA it is the same work as the
Home Learning, Cambridge online and all the college around have done a survey

It gives you only the underpinning knowledge and not competence to be an HLTA. It does not require you to deliver to classes, groups or individuals. It does not follow the national HLTA standards as set. I hope this helps
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