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The Education (Induction Arrangements for School Teachers) (Wales) Regulations 2005

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Termination of employment following failure to complete an induction period satisfactorily

16.—(1) This paragraph applies to a person employed as a teacher at a relevant school in Wales who has failed satisfactorily to complete an induction period, whether in Wales or England.

(2) The employer of a person to whom paragraph (1) applies must secure the termination of that person’s employment as a teacher if —

(a)he or she does not appeal to the Council against the decision of the appropriate body; or

(b)his or her appeal to the Council, or the appeal body under England’s Induction Regulations, is dismissed.

(3) An employer must take the steps necessary to secure the termination of a person’s employment in the circumstances mentioned in paragraph (2)(a) so that the termination takes effect within the period of ten working days beginning with the date on which —

(a)the employer received written notification from such person that he or she did not intend to appeal to the Council; or

(b)the time limit for appeal imposed by paragraph 2(1) of Schedule 2 expired.

(4) The employer must take the steps necessary to secure the termination of a person’s employment in the circumstances mentioned in paragraph (2)(b) so that the termination takes effect within the period of ten working days beginning with the date on which the employer received notice of the outcome of the appeal hearing.

(5) The employer of a person —

(a)to whom paragraph (1) applies, and

(b)who appeals to the Council against the decision of the appropriate body or who appeals to the appeal body under England’s Induction Regulations,

is not obliged to secure the termination of such person’s employment as a teacher pending the outcome of the appeal provided such employer secures that the person only undertakes such limited teaching duties as the National Assembly may determine.

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