By now you’ve heard the hype surrounding the upcoming reforms to the UK’s education law, including a new National Education Standards (NES) for 2020.
While many of the proposals are likely to be welcome, some are more complicated and more controversial than others.
Here’s a rundown of the key ones.1.
Mandatory qualifications and ‘qualifications for work’The new system will be compulsory for everyone in the workforce, including those who have just started their careers.
It will also apply to apprentices and those who are already working.
This means that if you have been in the job market for six months and want to move to a different job, you must have completed a course and passed a test.
That is to say, you cannot just apply for a new job in your chosen field.
The new law will require anyone who wants to enter the profession to complete at least two years of training, which is what the government is calling for.
The Department of Work and Pensions (DWP) has argued that this requirement is important because it means employers can choose from a pool of candidates.
However, some have raised concerns about this requirement.
In particular, it could be problematic for people with limited qualifications or for those with only a secondary level of qualifications.2.
More time off to do workThe government wants to give employers and students more time off in order to do unpaid work and to spend some time together in the classroom.
The new system would mean that everyone would be able to take up at least one unpaid job within a 12-month period.
But there are some concerns about the impact of this requirement, given that some employers may decide to avoid offering paid work at all.
The government also wants to require companies to give employees a “living wage” in order for them to be able afford the increased costs associated with living in a higher-earning job.
However the Living Wage scheme was introduced as part of the National Living Wage Scheme, which was launched in the UK in April 2015.
In the scheme, employers pay a minimum hourly wage for working up to 16 hours per week and employers have to offer a “safety net” of £3,400 per year for people who fall into the “safety nets”.
This means that employers have been told that they must be prepared to pay £3 per hour to employees who fall below the minimum.
In its own guidelines for businesses, the Department for Work and Pension (DwP) has said that employers should consider “how they can ensure that the safety net is adequate to enable them to provide this level of living wage”.
However, this could potentially limit the number of workers able to afford living expenses.3.
The end of paid holidaysThere are many concerns about how long people can stay off paid holiday.
There are a number of factors to consider in determining how long you can stay on paid holiday, including how much time you are actually spending on work, the amount of time you have available, and the time you spend with your family.
The UK has a statutory maximum of 12 weeks in a year.
It is likely that many people will be able leave work early, meaning they can spend less time in their paid work and be able spend more time with their families.4.
Increased parental leaveThe new changes to the childcare system, which are likely in the 2020-21 financial year, are likely, however, to increase parental leave leave.
This will mean that employers are allowed to offer more leave than currently available.
However, some parents will not be able choose to take this time off and will instead be required to take parental leave at the same rate as the rest of the workforce.
The National Parenting Agency has also criticised the new system, saying that it will encourage workers to work more hours and that it “will create a new incentive for employers to avoid working”.5.
Childcare providers have been left out of the new childcare systemMany childcare providers are not happy with the new regulations.
The government is looking to increase the number and the duration of childcare and support services that are available to low-income children.
However some childcare providers have expressed concerns about their status in the system and about the need to offer support to parents who choose not to take time off.
They are concerned about the new restrictions, the impact on their business and the possibility of having to move childcare out of their premises.6.
A cap on hours of childcareThe government has announced a cap on how many hours of paid childcare a childcare provider can provide per day.
The cap will be in place for a maximum of five days a week, with the cap starting at 7pm.
This is because many childcare providers will be forced to close early because of a lack of suitable childcare spaces.
The maximum cap will only be in effect for the next three years, after which the cap will revert to being four days a year and will then be reduced to three days a month.7.
New rules for parents of children under 16The