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To find out what's running right now please contact your local centre, or search for courses local to you on our course finder.
Learners must attend this six-week course before they can progress to the level 2 course. You will learn more about the certificate programme, undertake an initial assessment in English and receive information, advice and guidance about your options. We will discuss your work/volunteer placements for the certificate course. You will need an enhanced disclosure DBS check before you can progress to the certificate level 2 course.
This course is for volunteers and newly appointed teaching assistants. Learners need to spend at least ten hours per week working in the classroom. Learners must have previously attended the four-week introduction course. If this has not been attended, please contact the learning centre to discuss when and where the next introductory course will take place. Learners need ICT skills and a good level of written English skills.
There are four main adult learning centres around the East Riding and many of our courses are taught in these centres. For more information on the venues, please see the venue details page.
Course costs vary, depending on the duration and type of course, and your personal circumstances (for example, if you’re on certain benefits or you’re taking a particular qualification). For more information on course types, concessions and paying by instalments, please see our How much it costs page.
You can use our course finder to search for courses by title, subject or location.
You can also contact your nearest adult learning centre where our friendly staff will be happy to give you more information about courses that interest you.