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Discussion in 'Further Education' started by Ska83gbr, Apr 9, 2011.

  1. It boils down to this at the moment... if you have QTS you can teach anywhere. If you have QTLS, who the hell knows anymore.
    Plus, consider the situation that both you (with QTLS) and a QTS-qualified teacher apply for the same position to teach in a school. Who would the panel look more favourably upon? I guess it also depends what you can bring to the position but... I have a feeling headmasters will still favour QTS for school-based positions. I look forward to the coming term and feedback from QTLS school-position applicants!

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