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WOLF Report

Discussion in 'Further Education' started by kaycjones, Feb 14, 2012.

  1. Hi All,
    As a Student Teacher I would like to ask if anyone knows <u>when</u> FE lecturers will legally be allowed to teach in School following the recommendations in the WOLF Report?
    Many Thanks

  2. FE lecturers without QTS <u>have always been able</u> to teach in state maintained schools as instructors (different terms, including pay, from that of school teachers).
    What is proposed is that in the future they will be recognised as teachers and employed on the same basis. I don't know when exactly this becomes 'legal', some posters have reported that their employers have already implemented the change, some others have reported that new regulations are imminent.
    But be aware; there is on over supply of NQTs with QTS in most subjects and in most areas, so unless you teach a shortage or specialist vocational subject it is unlikely that the changes will enable you to teach in a school unless you gain QTS.
  3. I've already answered this question on this forum. Do a search and you'll find the answer there.

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