A trained tutor can deliver both qualifications within a PLC to delegates.
A delegate is an individual that takes the qualification(s).
A Tutor must have:
We have received a number of questions about who is eligible to take these qualifications - here are answers to the questions received so far:
|Level 5||Level 6|
|Primary school teacher with QTS or GTCS||Yes||Yes|
|Primary school teacher without QTS or GTCS||Yes*||No|
|Primary school teacher with QTLS||Yes*||No|
|Primary school teacher with PTLLS, CTLLS and/or DTLLS||Yes*||No|
|University student on a degree that leads to QTS||Yes||No|
|Higher level teaching assistant within a primary school||Yes*||No|
|Teaching assistant with 2 years experience delivering PE across both Key Stage 1 and 2||Yes*||No|
|Secondary school teacher||No||No|
|Further Education lecturer||No||No|
|Coach** working within a primary school in the role as a Teaching Assistant (should have a minimum of 5 years experience delivering PE across both Key Stage 1 and 2)||Yes*||No|
|Employee of an external organisation linked to a primary school||No||No|
* On completion of the qualification these individuals will be PE specialists - they are still required to be supervised by a QTS accredited teacher in their role in raising the standards of PE teaching. This qualification does not qualify individuals to become a PE teacher.
** Coaches are still required to have a minimum of a Level 2 qualification in any of the sports/activities that they assist in raising the standards of PE teaching.
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