In March of 2012 the government legislated that holders of QTLS can now teach in primary and secondary schools and be treated the same in pay and benefits as holders of QTS will be regarded as the same
Pursuing the QTLS route is more affordable and flexible than pursuing the QTS route
The route to QTLS is a much more supported route and geared more towards success than failure
Allows you to hold two licenses in one because holders are acknowledged as being able to teach vocational subjects as well if this in their area of specialism qualified to teach academics and vocational well
The QTLS route is more friendly towards to overseas trained teachers and adults who may be single family breadwinners and cannot to take time off from work to go to university to do a PGCE
Less downtime to get license
The down time to becoming a qualified teacher is shorter and more guaranteed than the PGCE route
The QTLS is very accommodating to people seeking career changes because of the transferable skills you can bring to the table and adapting to changing times and curriculums
You have the versatility to be employed in different sector as opposed to QTS which might be a primary QTS or a secondary QTS.
It is cost-effective and suited to people already on minimum wages as opposed to most university route programmes
Regardless of your starting point, the end of the journey remains the same. QTLS provides the same benefits. Your salary, pension, continued professional development, advancement in the sector and professional recognition like any other profession, are the same.
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