unqualified staff

unqualified staff

A general UK term for staff workers who have no formal qualifications, including healthcare assistants or nursery nurses.
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It is a real worry which will lead to using unqualified staff more and more, which is not in the best interests of children.
According to the NASUWT, which is holding its annual conference in Cardiff this weekend, 61% of a poll of more than 4,600 members said they were working alongside unqualified staff.
Violations included a lack of security and hygiene, charging extra fees without ministry consent, hiring unqualified staff as teachers, not sticking to the ministry's curriculum and enrolling more students than they were licensed for.
We have unqualified staff achieving First Degrees in order to train as teachers and some unqualified who are studying maths and English GCSE to achieve access to PGCE," said Mr Cullinan.
I could go on about the use of unqualified staff in these schools and the lack of oversight of any kind.
They are particularly in the areas of radiography, treatment planning and treatment undertaken, and your employment of unregistered and unqualified staff.
Having unqualified staff reading instructions off the internet is hardly reassuring for those who might be in serious trouble.
Stephen Twigg accused Tory schools chief Michael Gove of presiding over a crisis in teaching and said the problem could lead to bigger classes taught by unqualified staff.
Opposition group Evertonians Against Free Schools - which has attracted 44 "likes" on social networking site Facebook, has voiced fears including that unqualified staff will be hired at the school.
According to a study conducted by the Labor Relations Directorate at the Ministry of Labor, mainly unqualified staff manned the construction sector.
I have 24-hour responsibility for the care patients receive on the wards and I'm in charge of all nursing staff at the Springwell Unit ( currently 24 qualified and unqualified staff.
Once secured, they claim provision often falls short of expectations, with disabled children left under the supervision of unqualified staff in inappropriate schools.