Voxdei
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I read somewhere that at a Muslim court, the statement of one woman is not enough, it has to be corroborated by a second person.

So my QT(Sies): you were doubting the veracity of a 10-15 hour fast track to become QTS - there's even a route to do this in four hours:

https://schoolsweek.co.uk/the-tick-b...d-no-training/

The number of teachers gaining qualified status (QTS) through an “assessment-only” route – involving about four hours of lesson observation and no further training – has more than doubled in the past three years.



And I say: but OF COURSE they are going to find fault with GCSEs, if they are going to charge for the "equivalency" test !!!

An additional £144 for a “GCSE equivalency test” in maths, English and sciences if they do not have the required C grade at GCSE. The equivalency test is designed by experts for Educate Teacher Training and is not checked by Ofsted, a spokesperson said.
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