Higher Level Teaching Assistant (HLTA)

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 come to an information session for Teaching Assistants and Headteachers.

* Information Session 2017-18 

Breifing Sessions 

You (and your Headteacher where possible) are welcome to attend any of the above sessions. To confirm your attendance email 

lowri.morgan@erw.org.uk

or

hlta@erw.org.uk

 

APPLICATION PACK FOR THE 2017-18 HLTA PROGRAMME

National Standards

Literacy and Numeracy Guidance

Head teacher Briefing Note

Application Form HLTA   

HLTA PowerPoint

 

Closing date for returning applications is

1pm 10/07/2017

or

1pm 10/01/2018

 

 

Local Authorites Swansea-Abertawe Neath Port Talbot - Castell Nedd Port-Talbot Ceredigion Carmarthenshire - Sir Gaerfyrddin Pembrokeshire-Sir Benfro Powys

ERW is an alliance of 6 local authorities governed by a legally constituted joint committee. Its aim is to implement the agreed regional strategy and business plan to support school improvement.