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induction

Discussion in 'Supply teaching' started by codyboy, Jan 5, 2011.

  1. hi there, i was just wondering if there is a time limit to how long you can supply teach in NORTHERN IRELAND without having your induction completed. i am out of unversity for 5 years, im in my 6th now but i have only had one long term sub (6 months) which i was told iniatially would be a week, than another week than another and that is how it played out until the teacher did come back. apart from that iv only had days or maybe 2 weeks at a time so i never got induction completed. i was told after 5 years you cant sub anymore - i have never formally been told this. can anyone help please
    thanks
    cody
     
  2. hi there, i was just wondering if there is a time limit to how long you can supply teach in NORTHERN IRELAND without having your induction completed. i am out of unversity for 5 years, im in my 6th now but i have only had one long term sub (6 months) which i was told iniatially would be a week, than another week than another and that is how it played out until the teacher did come back. apart from that iv only had days or maybe 2 weeks at a time so i never got induction completed. i was told after 5 years you cant sub anymore - i have never formally been told this. can anyone help please
    thanks
    cody
     
  3. jubilee

    jubilee Star commenter

    I've found this link for details about being a registered substitute teacher for the Dept of Education in N. Ireland.
    http://www.nistr.org.uk/page.asp
    I suggest you use the contact details there to get the correct supply time limits from the people who administer the system.
     

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