All candidates must complete online preparation followed by a remote half day (3-hour) assessment.
Strictly Education are part of the HLTA National Assessment Partnership (HNAP) and are the regional provider of HLTA assessment covering the regions of London, South East/South West England, Essex, Hertfordshire, Herefordshire, Suffolk and the West Midlands.
HLTA status is awarded to support staff who meet the HLTA standards through school based evidence confirmed by the external assessment process. Assessment is carried out by Strictly Education through HNAP. Achievement of the HLTA status demonstrates that the HLTA effectively contributes to planning and delivery of teaching within their current school role.
Higher Level Teaching Assistants (HLTAs) work with teachers to support teaching, learning and pupil achievement.
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