Sutton College has a long-standing reputation as an excellent provider of Teacher Training, Supporting Teaching & Learning and Child Development courses with many students using their studies with the college alongside kick starting successful careers.
Our dedicated, highly professional and experienced team of tutors teaching these subjects are current practitioners in their field which means their knowledge is always current.
Our suite of initial and further qualifications in teaching adults, the Award in Education and Training (AET) and the Diploma in Education and Training (DET) offer excellent opportunities for progression and professional development. We work with City & Guilds to deliver these courses to the highest standards.
We have a fantastic introduction into a career in Childcare with our NCFE Cache courses from our Level 1 Introduction to Early Years Settings right up to the Level 3 Early Years Educator qualification. Our experienced tutors and assessors have a long history of delivering quality Childcare courses with NCFE Cache with excellent success rates and will support and guide you along the way.
Our one day courses enrich many of the topics covered in our Teaching, TA and childcare qualification courses and have proven very popular.
Award in Education and Training (AET) – Level 3 – City & Guilds
Diploma in Education & Training (DET) – Level 5 – City & Guilds
Award in Introduction to Early Years Settings – Level 1 – NCFE Cache
Certificate in an Introduction to Early Years Education and Care – Level 2 Certificate – NCFE Cache
Diploma in Early Years Workforce (Early Years Educator) – Level 3 – NCFE Cache
Supporting Teaching and Learning Certificate Level 2 (City and Guilds)
Supporting Teaching & Learning Diploma Level 3 (City and Guilds)
One Day Training:
How to Find a Voluntary Placement
Attention Deficit & Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) Workshop for Parents and Teaching Assistants
Supporting Phonics Delivery for Teaching Assistants and Parents
Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD) Workshop for Teaching Assistants
Managing Classroom Behaviour for Parents & Teaching Assistants
“So you want to be a Teaching Assistant?”