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PGCE early years course

I have a couple of relating to the PGCE early years course. Firstly can you tell me the universities in London that offer a PGCE early years course and how good they are? Can you also tell me what it means when a course says it is recommended for qualified teacher status?
Answered by Alison Patterson
I think you need the following website to get you started.
www.ucas.com/ucas-teacher-training. This site handles applications for teacher training. See our Education league tables for an indication of which universities are ranked well www.thecompleteuniversityguide.co.uk/league-tables...n. When one completes their PGCE year they are not yet a fully qualified teacher. They need to complete their QTS year, after passing the PGCE candidates are deemed as 'recommended for Qualified Teacher Status' but need to complete the year.

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