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"Qualified Teacher Status or the ability to achieve this under current DCSF regulations."

Discussion in 'Jobseekers' started by savface, Nov 30, 2011.

  1. I saw a job advertised for a special needs teacher, teaching children
    with severe and complex needs in a SEN unit at a primary school. The person spec said that the applicant
    either had to have QTS or be willing to work towards dcsf regulations. What does this mean? I've emailed the school but have yet to hear from
    them. I don't have QTS but I have a lot of experience (and variety) working in special
    schools with children who have sld/mld. Do you think they mean if
    you're an NQT or OTT?
     
  2. I saw a job advertised for a special needs teacher, teaching children
    with severe and complex needs in a SEN unit at a primary school. The person spec said that the applicant
    either had to have QTS or be willing to work towards dcsf regulations. What does this mean? I've emailed the school but have yet to hear from
    them. I don't have QTS but I have a lot of experience (and variety) working in special
    schools with children who have sld/mld. Do you think they mean if
    you're an NQT or OTT?
     

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