Dear all, I am due to complete my induction year at the end of this term, however I have been working in an independent school. This means that I have not been registered as an NQT with the local authority, and my supervisor says he isn't able to complete the usual termly induction reports to send off to the local authority as I'm not registered. This means that I won't get an induction certificate from my local authority. I am due to start a new teaching job in September, working in a school under the same local authority. Will I be able to start this new job having passed my induction year or will I have to start the induction year over (really don't want to have to do this when I already feel I've served my time as an NQT)? I'm just concerned that my new school will want to see an induction certificate. My current school says they could draw up their own certificate and provide their own reports, however I am unsure whether my new school would be able to accept these. Please can someone clarify where I stand on this. Many thanks, Panda.