Higher Level Teaching Assistants (HLTAs)
What is HLTA Status?  
  • Higher level teaching assistants undertake a wide variety of roles – some work across the curriculum, some act as specialist assistants for a specific subject or department – the work varies according to the needs, type and age-phase of the school. 
  • In all cases HLTA have at least one specific area of expertise in the development of learning and well-being of children and young people.
  • In all cases HLTA work with individuals, small groups and whole classes to lead learning.
  • HLTA status is awarded by Welsh Government to individuals who have proved that they meet the National Standards for HLTA. 
Information about the HLTA Programme 2017-18
If you are interested in becoming an HLTA, an information session will take place on 15th November from 4.30pm-5.30pm.  

For further information please contact Matthew.Robbins@cscjes.org.uk
 
APPLICATION PACK FOR THE 2017-18 HLTA PROGRAMME

A0.National Standards 
A1. Literacy and Numeracy Guidance
A2.Headteacher Briefing Note
A5. Application Form    

Closing date for returning applications is 31st January 2018. 
 

Timetable for HLTA 2017-18 Spring Cohort
Application Information available on line At all times
Awareness Raising Sessions 15/11/2017 4.30pm-5.30pm
Closing date for Applications 31/01/2018
Notify applicants of outcome   w/c                 22/01/2018
HLTA Briefing Day 1 27/02/2018
HLTA Briefing Day 2 13/03/2018
HLTA Briefing Day 3 27/03/2018
Closing date Tasks 25/04/2018
HLTA Assessment Period 15/05/2018 - 25/05/2018
Outcome Letters to Candidates   w/c 25/06/2018

 

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