Becoming a Learning Support worker can be a very rewarding career path to take if you are dedicated and caring in nature.
You could be working closely with learners who have a range of disabilities, including Down’s Syndrome, Dyslexia, Dyscalculia, Dyspraxia, ADHD, Autism or Asperger’s Syndrome.
However, without the right support, you may feel that a career in this area is a step too far beyond your comfort zone.
That’s why here at Protocol we’re here to support you and help you achieve your full potential.
Helping thousands of candidates
We help thousands of candidates find their perfect role every year. We also work with hundreds of organisations across the country that are looking for caring passionate people to support their learners. Therefore, we can point you in the right direction and find the organisation that suits you best.
We’ll give you your own dedicated consultant who will be on hand to provide you with free career advice as and when you need it.
So, if you’re looking for some advice on how to take the next step in your Learning Support career or are just starting out and want to find out more, we can help.
We won’t just leave you in the dark once we’ve placed you, we pride ourselves on our ongoing support and aftercare and want to make sure that you continue your professional growth. That’s why we’re here to provide you with free resources, including courses and videos.
All our candidates can access our online Learning Zone whenever they want – simply register with us today.
Learning Support guide
We have produced a FREE Learning Support guide that is designed to help anyone undertaking a Learning Support role.
This guide helps to identify behaviours and strategies to ensure that learners and their support staff gain the most from their experience.
You can download our FREE guide here.
If you’d like to find out more about becoming a Learning Support worker, you can read this blog we’ve produced or contact us today.