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Poll v Bartholomew [2006]

Subject: Poll v Bartholomew [2006]
From: Matt Searle
Date: Nov 27 2019 14:26:34
Hi all,

I know the above case and its implications has been discussed on this forum 
on numerous occasions.

I have a relatively simple question (I think?). The case discussed what level 
of inspector is deemed 'competent' The judgement refers to a 'Level 2 
inspector' (as opposed to a level 1, with no qualifications or experience to 
a level 3, with higher qualifications and/or experience). Do we know what a 
Level 2 inspector means in relation to the National Qualification 
Framework/ABC etc. Is it a level 2, 3 or other? A National Diploma in Arb for 
example is, I believe a level 3 (ABC), the Teach Cert, now a 4 (ABC).



Matt Searle Bsc (Hons) MRTPI, MICFor
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