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The Education (School Teachers' Qualifications) (Wales) Regulations 2004

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11.—(1) Persons in respect of whom the States of Guernsey Education Council has submitted to the National Assembly or the Council a recommendation that they should be awarded qualified teacher status and a statement that they satisfy the requirements specified in sub-paragraphs (2), (3) or (4).

(2) They have successfully completed two school years' full-time service or the equivalent period of part-time service as teachers licensed by the States of Guernsey Education Council and the training specified in the licence.

(3) They —

(a)have successfully completed not less than one school year’s service as teachers licensed by the States of Guernsey Education Council and the training specified in the licence;

(b)had attained the age of 24 years before the date of commencement of the licence; and

(c)before the date of commencement of the licence, had been employed for not less than two years as teachers or lecturers at an independent school (including a city college or Academy) or an institution or a university in the United Kingdom or as Instructors or Education officers in the Armed Forces of the Crown or as instructors under paragraph 3 of Schedule 2 to the 1993 Regulations or paragraph 3 of Schedule 2 to the 1999 Regulations or paragraph 3 of Schedule 2 to the Education (Specified Work and Registration) (Wales) Regulations 2004 and were not dismissed on grounds other than redundancy.

(4) They —

(a)have successfully completed not less than one school term’s service as licensed teachers and the training proposed in the recommendation for a licence;

(b)had, before the date of commencement of the licence, successfully completed either —

(i)a course of at least three years' duration of initial school teacher training at an educational institution outside England and Wales, or

(ii)a first degree course and a post-graduate course of initial school teacher training at such an institution (whether or not the same institution); and

(c)had been employed for not less than one year as teachers or lecturers in a school, independent school (including city college or Academy), institution or university or other educational establishment either in England or Wales or elsewhere and were not dismissed on grounds other than redundancy.

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