GTCS

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AcronymDefinition
GTCSGeneral Teaching Council for Scotland (UK)
GTCSGeneralized Tonic-Clonic Seizure
GTCSGlobal Technologies & Consultancy Services (various locations)
GTCSGanesh Technical Consultancy Services (India)
GTCSGraduate Training Consultant Program (University of Michigan)
GTCSGeorgia Tech Computer Store
GTCSGeorgia Tech Consulting Services (Georgia Tech University)
GTCSGround Tactical Communications Services
GTCSGas Turbine Control System
GTCSGlobal Technologies and Control Solutions (Sintra, Portugal)
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A General Teaching Council for Scotland panel began a hearing on Tuesday to decide whether Dunsmuir's fitness to teach is impaired.
They are accredited by the General Teaching Council for Scotland and fully funded by Scottish Government.
In a wide ranging statement, Mr Swinney also announced plans to reform the General Teaching Council for Scotland, bringing it together with other professional development bodies in a new Education Workforce Council for Scotland.
It further identifies areas that need to be reconsidered by Education Scotland, the General Teaching Council for Scotland, Aberdeen City Council and the EAL Service and its teachers.
The photo was taken by a fellow pupil who was meant to be sharing the room with the lad but returned several times to find the teacher there, the General Teaching Council for Scotland was told.
The General Teaching Council for Scotland held a Fitness to Teach panel last week to determine whether Mr Henley, who had worked as a maths teacher at Scottish boarding school Gordonstoun, should be allowed to return to the profession.
The General Teaching Council for Scotland (GTCS) is the professional body which regulates the teaching profession north of the border.
Eric Tessier-Lavigne, who taught French language classes at Gordonstoun school, was accused of emailing pupils about oral exams last year, the General Teaching Council for Scotland heard.
Budgets A General Teaching Council for Scotland survey found only 36 per cent of 3300 teachers who qualified last June had full-time work, down from 48 per cent in 2007.
Angela Dunning, 31, was found guilty of misconduct at a hearing at the General Teaching Council for Scotland (GTC).
Research report for the General Teaching Council for Scotland.
The General Teaching Council for Scotland panel ordered him to be struck off last Thursday after the man, who cannot be named for legal reasons, appeared before them at a hearing in Edinburgh.
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