Newly qualified teacher (NQT) is a label attached to teachers in the United Kingdom who have been qualified for less than twelve months.
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... the term is commonly used to refer to a teacher who has not yet completed a period of induction ... While for teachers who are employed full-time, this period is one year, part-time employees may take several years to complete induction ...
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