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The Education (School Teachers' Qualifications) (England) Regulations 2003

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9.—(1) Where a person has been granted an authorisation to teach under Part II or III of Schedule 2 to the 1999 Regulations before 1st September 2002, the recommending body has submitted to the Council

(a)a recommendation that the person should be awarded qualified teacher status; and

(b)a statement described in sub-paragraph (2).

(2) The statement states that the person –

(a)has been assessed by a competent person as meeting the specified standards;

(b)holds a first degree or equivalent qualification granted by a United Kingdom institution, or a qualification of an equivalent standard granted by an educational institution elsewhere; and

(c)satisfies one of the following requirements –

(i)he has successfully completed service as a graduate teacher or a registered teacher for the period of the authorisation and has successfully completed any training proposed in the recommendation for an authorisation;

(ii)he has completed not less than 3 months service as a graduate teacher or not less than one year’s service as a registered teacher and has made such progress during his period of service as a graduate teacher or a registered teacher that in the view of the recommending body he did not need, in the light of that progress, to complete that service for the period of authorisation before being assessed under paragraph (a); or

(iii)he has successfully completed a programme of professional training for teachers in any country outside the United Kingdom and which is recognised as such a programme of training by the competent authority in that country.

(3) In this paragraph a “competent person” means in a case where the recommending body is an accredited institution, that institution, and in any other case it means the person approved by the Teacher Training Agency for the purpose of carrying out the assessment referred to in paragraph (2)(a).

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