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Trading names:
Support Services for Education, Somerset SCITT Consortium, SCIL Somerset Centre for Integrated Learning

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About this provider

Somerset Centre for Integrated Learning (SCIL) is the training arm for Support Services for Education, part of Somerset County Council and supports all staff working within the Children and Young People's Workforce (CYPW). We have been an outstanding SCITT (Ofsted 2017) provider for more than 10 years and hold study centre status enabling us to offer nationally recognised apprenticeships. Effective partnership with employers is pivotal to our success. Our programmes are developed and delivered across the south west and include academic, vocational, bespoke and blended learning. We support employers with guidance and professional development, flexible delivery and our apprentices all receive pastoral and academic support.

10 Apprenticeships offered

Apprenticeship Type Level View details
Business Administrator Standard 3 Details
Business and Administration Framework 2 Details
Children and Young People's Workforce Framework 2 Details
Children,Young People and Families Practitioner Standard 4 Details
Early Years Educator Framework 3 Details
Operations / departmental manager Standard 5 Details
Outdoor Activity Instructor Standard 3 Details
Supporting Teaching and Learning in Schools Framework 2 Details
Teacher Standard 6 Details
Team leader / supervisor Standard 3 Details

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Apprenticeships are set at different levels of difficulty from the equivalent of GCSE (level 2) up to postgraduate (level 7)

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