Level 5 Diploma in Education & Training (QTLS)
Diploma in Education and Training QTLS and QTS
All you need to know about your QTLS route
Diploma in Education and Training QTLS and QTS are recognized as the same
Since 1 April 2012, ETC members with Qualified Teacher Learning and Skills (QTLS) status have been recognised as qualified to teach in schools.
Statutory instrument 2012 No. 431, which was laid in parliament on 9 March 2012, amended the 2003 regulations so that holders of QTLS who are IFL members may be appointed to permanent positions as qualified teachers, without any further induction requirements.
Schools and local authorities remain responsible for decisions on employing QTLS holders, and IfL maintains the national register of QTLS holders, including those teaching in schools.
This statutory instrument was based on the Wolf Review of how education is to be delivered in the midst of 2015 education reform.
On 3 March 2011, a groundbreaking policy decision was taken by Michael Gove MP, Secretary of State for Education, to accept Professor Wolf’s recommendation, with immediate effect:
“To allow qualified further education lecturers to teach in school classrooms on the same basis as qualified school teachers.”
The government published their response to the Wolf Review of Vocational Education on 12 May 2011 stating:
“We believe that schools should be free to appoint the right teachers to deliver the appropriate curriculum for their pupils. For too long highly experienced Qualified Teacher, Learning and Skills (QTLS) holders have been unable to teach the subjects in schools that they already teach in further education colleges. This means that head teachers and governing bodies have not always been able to appoint the right teacher for the delivery of high quality education across the full range of subjects taught in schools. That is why we are giving schools the freedom to select the teachers with the skills and experience that they require.”
So you want to teach in the UK?
Getting into teaching in the UK is not as complicated as many people think. It is having the right information to make the right decisions that are unique to your qualification, past experience, location and sector interest.You may want to teach in a secondary school or primary or even post-16.Regardless, the majority of teaching jobs are in compulsory education in state-maintained schools and inside the city of London.
The salary is also much higher in inner-London than on the fringes or outside of London.
The biggest and latest news is the government law concerning QTLS and QTS and this is what we would like to keep you informed about.You can become a fully qualified teacher now by gaining the QTLS which since 2012 is the same as QTS. It also guarantees the same salary.
Why don’t you start off by reading the links attached here showing you the growing demand for teachers in the sector.
- Teacher shortage
- Food for thought: Increase need for teachers
- Increase demand for teachers blamed on increase birth-rate
If you need more information about something that is unique to you contact us
You entry into education starts with a simple question. How can SCCD help me to make this possible?
|Unit number||Unit Code||Name of unit|
|Unit 1||R/505/0923||Developing Teaching, Learning and Assessment in Education and Training|
|Unit 2||H/505/0912||Teaching, Learning and Assessment in Education and Training|
|Unit 3||A/505/0818||Theories, Principles and Models in Education and Training|
|Unit 4||J/505/0837||Wider Professional Practice and Development in Education and Training|
|Unit 13||H/505/1090||Developing, Using and Organising Resources in a Specialist Area|
|Unit 18||Y/503/5789||Equality and Diversity|
|Unit 21||L/503/5384||Inclusive Practice|
|Unit 34||D/505/1105||Working with the 14-19 Age Range in Education and Training|
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