QTLS has come a long way so much so that as of 2012, the government mandated that all holders of QTLS will receive the same salary as holders of QTS. In addition, QTLS holders can now teach in primary and secondary schools and post-16 as well. As opposed to completing a PGCE for example where […]
The diploma in Education and Training is still divided into (1) Award (2) Certificate and (3) Diploma. However, be very certain what you would like your outcome to be because if you complete your training by levels, (award first then certificate and then Diploma later on) you will not be able to take your credits […]
With effect September 2015, NCFE and CACHE have merged to become one awarding body This has been in the pipeline for some time now with an official statement being made in August 2015.
Dramatic changes have been made in the education sector in the past months. To begin with effective September 2015, the mandatory school leaving age is 18 years. This will have a tremendous impact on employability in the education sector and is good time to get into teaching. Another huge change since Warnock 1979 and the […]