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Statutory Induction Arrangements for Newly Qualified Teachers. Topics Covered. The statutory induction arrangements The statutory induction process The role and responsibility of school staff The induction profiles and guidance Information regarding the LA / Appropriate Body.
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In Wales it is a legal requirement that all NQTs must hold QTS and be registered with the GTCW in order to be employed as a teacher
The supervision and support will be carried out through a partnership between the school(s) where the NQT is working, the external mentor and the appropriate body. The supervision and support for the NQT should have a developmental focus and provide the overarching context for their long term professional development.
The NQT has the entitlement to effective and high quality support during their
induction period. The NQT works with the SBM to identify developmental priorities,
reviewing their progress and deciding upon appropriate professional development
during the induction period. The NQT is responsible for identifying and recording
evidence of how they meet the PTS through their professional practice.
The NQT should:
The school based mentor (SBM) should:
The external mentor has a key role in the induction process. They work in
collaboration with the SBM and then AB. The external mentor works with the SBM to
provide additional tailored support and mentoring directed at supporting the NQT to
meet the requirements of induction. External mentors are experienced practitioners
who have knowledge of the PTS and who have effective coaching and mentoring skills.
The external mentor (EM) should
The General Teaching Council (GTCW) protects the public by
ensuring that teachers are appropriately qualified and
maintain high standards of conduct and practice. The GTCW
administer Welsh Government funding for teacher development and
therefore has an involvement in the statutory induction process for
The GTCW will: