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To ask the Minister for Education and Skills if he will outline the procedures and criteria used in the selection of post primary school inspectors; and if he will make a statement on the matter.

- Mick Wallace

For ORAL answer on Wednesday, 17th April, 2013

REPLY

Post-primary inspectors are appointed following an open competition organised through the Public Appointments Service (PAS). For the most recent competition the essential requirements were that an applicant must: hold a recognised, relevant first or second class honours primary degree (Level 8, National Qualifications Framework) in which the subject specialism required in the advertisement was taken as a major subject in the final honours degree examination hold a recognised teacher education qualification relevant to the post-primary sector (minimum Level 8) gained through a concurrent or consecutive route be registered (without conditions) with the Teaching Council in Ireland on the basis of qualifications recognised for the purpose of registration as a teacher in the post-primary sector or satisfy the Public Appointments Service that the applicant is eligible to be registered (without conditions) with the Teaching Council in Ireland under Regulation 4 (Post-Primary) of the Teaching Council [Registration] Regulations 2009 have at least five years' satisfactory service as a teacher at second level subsequent to the  granting of full registration  under the sector Post-primary  with the Teaching Council in Ireland (or with an equivalent body in another jurisdiction) be able to demonstrate a comprehensive knowledge and understanding of the second-level school system in Ireland be able to demonstrate an ability to communicate effectively in both English and Irish have excellent interpersonal and communication skills including IT skills. The selection procedures involve a competency-based competitive interview. The main categories of competence employed in the most recent competition included: working effectively with individuals and groups; commitment to on-going development of relevant knowledge and skills; evaluating and making recommendations for improvement; managing and organising workload effectively; and professional knowledge and expertise. The specific competencies are made available to candidates by the PAS at the time of application.

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