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FE Teacher Qualifications

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LLUK have produced an overview flowchart of the new qualification requirements for teachers, tutors, trainers, lecturers and instructors in the FE sector in England.

The flowchart will go on line shortly. A printed version in A2 will be inserted into the new information packs explaining the FE Workforce Reforms in England. The packs are currently being mailed out to the sector.

  • To view the flowchart, see Attached Documents.
  • For more details on the new information packs, visit the FE Workforce Reforms microsite.

You may also like to take a look at the online interactive route planner for Skills for Life teacher training, developed by the North West Skills for Life Professional Development Advice Service (NWPDAS).

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