What if I have a teacher training qualification in FE? Do I have to do an induction year?
For a newly qualified teacher that is awarded Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) YES, it is a statutory requirement that you do an NQT induction year.
Actually, all teachers who qualified after 7 May 1999 must successfully complete their induction year if they wish to teach in maintained schools and non-maintained special schools in England.
A person with QTLS status and membership of the IfL will automatically be recognised as a qualified teacher in schools. QTLS holders will be exempt from serving statutory induction and will not be required to complete a statutory induction period in schools. This is because QTLS holders have already completed a period of teaching and professional formation, verified by the Institute for Learning, which bridges the gap between initial teacher training and employment as a practising teacher.
- What is the NQT induction year?
- How can an NQT calculate their induction year?
- What types of education establishments can an NQT do their induction year?
- Can an NQT do their induction year in an age range or subject they didn't train in?
- Can an NQT do their induction year through a supply teaching agency?
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