Regulation (2011:326) For Permission And Identification Of Teachers And Pre-School Teachers

Original Language Title: Förordning (2011:326) om behörighet och legitimation för lärare och förskollärare

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Chapter 1. Introductory rules



paragraph 1 of this regulation, there are adjacent to the Education Act

(2010:800) rules about what it takes to be a teacher

or preschool teacher should be competent to carry out specific

teaching in the school system and other provisions on

privileges for teachers.



The regulation also contains provisions on the identification and

induction period for teachers and pre-school teachers in

school system and derogating from certain requirements of the Education Act.

Regulation (2014:419).



section 2 of the Regulation (2011:7) is educated as a special

provisions for teachers on performing group – University College.



Of the Regulation (2011:398) on special education with Jewish

studies in elementary school, there are special provisions for teachers in

the topic of Jewish studies. Regulation (2011:399).



section 3 Of foreign language according to Chapter 2. section 17 of the Education Act (2010:800)

referred to English.



4 section With special educational focus according to Chapter 2. section 17

Education Act (2010:800) refers to the waldorfpedagogisk approach.



§ 5, for the purposes of this regulation assimilates

specialpedagogexamen according to annex 2 of the higher education Ordinance

(1993:100) with speciallärarexamen in the same annex. The same

case of an older qualification corresponding to one of these exams.



The first paragraph applies only if the exam to be equated with

speciallärarexamen according to annex 2 of the higher education Ordinance

issued by 30 June 2015 and relates to an education

started by the end of 2008.



Chapter 2. Founding of competence education



For school



section 1 the competent to teach in nursery school is the one that has passed



1. early childhood education degree according to annex 2 of the higher education Ordinance

(1993:100),



2. an older exam than referred to in 1 and which is intended for

work in kindergarten, or



3. a diploma giving access to pursue teaching as

This regulation if he or she, have supplemented

their training has a skills and abilities that correspond to

the requirements for a qualification referred to in paragraph 1.



Pre-school class



2 section competent to teach pre-school class is the one that has

completed



1. early childhood education degree according to annex 2 of the higher education Ordinance

(1993:100),



2. grades according to annex 2 of the higher education Ordinance

with emphasis on work in preschool and primary school

grades 1-3,



3. an older exam than referred to in 1 or 2 which is intended

for work in nursery school, preschool, or in at least one of the

grades 1 – 3 of elementary school, or



4. a diploma giving access to pursue teaching as

This regulation if he or she, have supplemented

their training has a skills and abilities that correspond to

the requirements for a qualification referred to in 1 or 2.



Elementary school



Grades 1 – 3



section 3 competent to teach in grades 1 – 3 are the

who have completed



1. grades according to annex 2 of the higher education Ordinance

(1993:100), with a focus on work in preschool and

grades 1-3,



2. an older exam than referred to in 1 and which is intended for

work in at least one of grades 1 to 3 of elementary school, or



3. a diploma giving access to teaching

under this regulation, he or she is by having

complemented his training has a skills and abilities

equivalent to the requirements for a qualification referred to in paragraph 1.



A teacher as referred to in the first paragraph is only authorized to

in view of the annual courses and in the substance or substances

covered by the teacher's training. A teacher referred to in

However, the first paragraph is only authorized to teach in Swedish

as a second language if the teacher in their education have completed 30

credit points or equivalent in substance.

Regulation (2013:694).



3 a of A teacher who is competent to teach in one or

more substances under paragraph 3 is also competent to teach in

grades 1 – 3 for another one or several substances,

If the teacher, have supplemented their jurisdiction under

that provision with additional education completed

studies in this or these substances to the extent

specified in the second subparagraph.



Subject studies referred to in the first subparagraph shall include



1. a minimum of 30 credits or the equivalent extent in

the subject of Swedish, Swedish as a second language or mathematics,



2. a minimum of 30 ECTS credits or equivalent scope in a

or at least 15 ECTS credits or equivalent extent

each of two of the subjects of art, home economics,

physical education, music or crafts,



3. at least 15 ECTS credits or equivalent in

Civics essentially evenly divided between

These substances,



4. at least 15 ECTS credits or equivalent in

Science and technology essentially evenly divided

between these topics,



5. at least 7.5 credits or equivalent scope in a

of the substances referred to in 3 or 4, or



6. at least 15 ECTS credits or equivalent scope in a

other topic than referred to in 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5.

Regulation (2013:694).



4 section competent to teach in grades 1 – 3 of the topics

picture, home economics, physical education, music, crafts

or modern languages, in addition to what follows from 3 or 3 a §,

most have completed



1. grades according to annex 2 of the higher education Ordinance

(1993:100), with a focus on work in recreation centers,



2. grades according to annex 2 of the higher education Ordinance

with emphasis on work in grades 4-6;



3. teacher students according to annex 2 of the higher education Ordinance

with emphasis on work in grades 7-9,



4. an older exam than referred to in 1 and which is intended for

work in recreation centers and at least one grade level in elementary school,



5. an older exam than referred to in 2 or 3 which is intended

for work in at least one of grades 4 to 9 of comprehensive school, or



6. a diploma giving access to pursue teaching as

This regulation if he or she, have supplemented

their training has a skills and abilities that correspond to

the requirements for a qualification referred to in 1, 2 or 3.



A teacher as referred to in the first paragraph is only authorized to

teach in one or more of the substances referred to therein and which

the scope of the teacher's training. Regulation (2011:1596).



4 a section competent to teach in grades 1 – 3 in a

or more of the subjects art, home economics, physical education

and health, music or crafts is, in addition to what follows from 3,

3 (a) or paragraph 4, the competent to teach in the same subject

or substances in at least one of grades 7-9 in primary or

in secondary school. Regulation (2014:1097).



§ 5 authorized to teach in grades 3 is, in addition to

What follows by 3, 3 a, 4 or 4 a of, who has completed a



1. grades according to annex 2 of

the higher education Ordinance (1993:100), with a focus on work in the

grades 4-6;



2. an older exam than referred to in 1 and which is intended for

work in at least one of grades 4 to 6 in primary schools, or



3. a diploma giving access to teaching

under this regulation, he or she is by having

complemented his training has a skills and abilities

equivalent to the requirements for a qualification referred to in paragraph 1.



A teacher as referred to in the first paragraph is only authorized to

in the view of the topics covered by the teacher's

training. A teacher referred to in the first subparagraph is, however,

only authorized to teach in Swedish as a second language if

the teacher in their education have completed 30 credits or

Accordingly in substance. Regulation (2013:694).



5 a of A teacher qualified to teach in one or more

substances under section 5 is also competent to teach in the primary school

grade 3 in further one or more substances, if the teacher is

qualified to teach in this or these subjects in primary school

grades 4-6. Regulation (2011:1596).



Grades 4-6



6 section competent to teach in grades 4-6 are the

who have completed



1. grades according to annex 2 of the higher education Ordinance

(1993:100), with a focus on work in grades

4-6,



2. grades according to annex 2 of the higher education Ordinance

with emphasis on work in recreation centers,



3. teacher students according to annex 2 of the higher education Ordinance

with emphasis on work in grades 7-9,



4. an older exam than referred to in 1 and which is intended for

work in at least one of grades 4 to 6 in primary schools, or



5. an older exam than referred to in 3 and intended for

work in at least one of grades 7-9 in primary school.



A teacher as referred to in the first paragraph is only authorized to

in the view of the topics covered by the teacher's

exam. A teacher as referred to in the first paragraph 4 is also

only authorized to teach it, or the annual courses

the scope of the teacher's degree. A teacher referred to in the first

the paragraph, however, is only authorized to teach in Swedish which

a second language if the teacher in his degree, have completed 30

credit points or equivalent in substance.

Regulation (2013:694).



Article 7 competent to teach in grades 4-6 am,

In addition to the provisions of section 6, the who have completed a degree

that gives permission to pursue teaching under this

Regulation, if he or she, have supplemented their

permission to teach as a teacher with additional

education has completed studies of at least 30

credits or the equivalent extent each of the topics

Swedish, mathematics and English.



In addition, the teacher have completed studies on




1. a minimum of 30 credits or the equivalent extent in

Civics essentially evenly divided between

These substances,



2. a minimum of 30 credits or the equivalent extent in

Science and technology essentially evenly divided

between these topics,



3. at least 30 ECTS credits or equivalent scope in a

or at least 15 ECTS credits or equivalent extent

each of two of the subjects of art, home economics,

physical education, music or crafts, or



4. a minimum of 30 credits or the equivalent extent in

Swedish as a second language.



Jurisdiction under the first paragraph only covers the topics

Swedish, math and English as well as the substance or substances

referred to in the first subparagraph 1, 2, 3, or 4 If the teacher's education

in this or these substances have the scope required by

the respective paragraph. Regulation (2013:694).



7 a of A teacher who is competent to teach in one or

several substances under section 6 1, 3, 4 or 5 or paragraph 7 is also

qualified to teach in grades 4-6 in additional

one or more substances, if the teacher by having completed their

jurisdiction under those provisions with additional

education has completed studies in this or these substances

to the extent provided for in the second subparagraph.



Subject studies referred to in the first subparagraph shall include



1. a minimum of 30 credits or the equivalent extent in

Civics essentially evenly divided between

These substances,



2. a minimum of 30 credits or the equivalent extent in

Science and technology essentially evenly divided

between these topics,



3. at least 30 ECTS credits or equivalent scope in a

or at least 15 ECTS credits or equivalent extent

each of two of the subjects of art, home economics,

physical education, music or crafts,



4. at least 7.5 credits or equivalent scope in a

of the substances referred to in 1 or 2, or



5. a minimum of 30 ECTS credits or equivalent scope in a

other topic than referred to in 1, 2, 3, or 4.

Regulation (2013:694).



7 b of competent to teach in grades 4-6 in a

or more of the subjects art, home economics, physical education

and health, music or crafts is, in addition to what follows from 6,

7 or 7 a §, the competent to teach in the same subject

or substances in at least one of grades 7-9 in primary or

in secondary school. Regulation (2014:1097).



Grades 7-9



8 § qualified to teach in grades 7-9 is the

have completed



1. teacher students according to annex 2 of the higher education Ordinance

(1993:100), with a focus on work in grades 7 –

9,



2. teacher students according to annex 2 of the higher education Ordinance

with emphasis on work in secondary school,



3. an older exam than referred to in 1 and which is intended for

work in at least one of grades 7-9 in primary schools, or



4. an older exam than referred to in 2 and intended for

work in secondary schools.



A teacher as referred to in the first paragraph is only authorized to

in view of the substances covered by the teacher's degree.

A teacher referred to in the first subparagraph 3 is only

qualified to teach in the grades covered by

teacher's degree.



section 9 authorized to teach in grades 7-9 is,

In addition to the provisions of section 8, the one who has completed a degree

that gives permission to pursue teaching under this

Regulation, if he or she, have supplemented their

permission to teach as a teacher with additional

education has completed studies on



1. at least 90 credit points or equivalent in

one of the subjects Swedish, civics, or music, or



2. at least 45 credit points or equivalent in a

other substances than those specified in 1.



A teacher referred to in the first subparagraph is authorised to teach

in the substances referred to in the first subparagraph 1 or 2 on the

the teacher's education in the subject has the scope required

According to the respective paragraph and topic studies principally

be considered equivalent to the requirements of a teacher students according to annex 2

to the higher education Ordinance (1993:100), with a focus on

work in grades 7 to 9 in the case of subject knowledge.

Regulation (2013:694).



Wider jurisdiction in Waldorf School



section 10 A teacher qualified to teach in the primary school

grades 1-6 in accordance with the provisions of this regulation are also

qualified to teach in grades 7 and 8 in an elementary school with

waldorfpedagogisk focus. This applies only if the teacher's

training includes Waldorf education.



Permission to teach in grades 7 and 8 in accordance with the first

the paragraph only covers the topics that the teacher is competent

to teach in grades 4-6.



Undergraduate programs



Because the specially grades 1-6



11 § qualified to teach because the specially grades 1-6 are the

who have completed the speciallärarexamen in accordance with annex II to

the higher education Ordinance (1993:100) with specialization in

mental retardation and



1. grades according to that annex, specializing in

work in preschool and grades 1 to 3,



2. an older exam than referred to in 1 and which is intended for

work in at least one of grades 1 to 3 of elementary school, or



3. by having completed a degree giving access to

teaching under this regulation with additional

education has a skills and abilities that correspond to

the requirements for a qualification referred to in paragraph 1.



A teacher as referred to in the first paragraph is only authorized to

in the view of the topics covered by the teacher's

training. A teacher referred to in the first subparagraph is, however,

only authorized to teach in Swedish as a second language if

the teacher in their education have completed 30 credits or

Accordingly in substance. A teacher referred to in the first

the paragraph is also competent to teach in the

subject areas for which a subject teacher is competent to

teach, is relevant.



Requirement referred to in the first subparagraph to passing speciallärarexamen

does not apply to teachers who have completed a professional

degree that is older than such a professional degree

set out in annex 2 to the higher education Ordinance and if-make

focus or specialization in mental retardation.

Regulation (2013:694).



11 a § teachers who are competent to teach in one or

several substances under section 11 is also competent to teach in

because the specially grades 1-6 in one additional or more

topics about the teacher, have supplemented their jurisdiction

According to that provision of additional education has

completed studies in this or these substances in the

extent provided for in the second subparagraph.



Subject studies referred to in the first subparagraph shall include



1. a minimum of 30 credits or the equivalent extent in

the subject of Swedish, Swedish as a second language or mathematics,



2. a minimum of 30 ECTS credits or equivalent scope in a

or at least 15 ECTS credits or equivalent of each of the two

of the subjects of art, home economics, physical education and health,

music or crafts,



3. at least 15 ECTS credits or equivalent in

Civics essentially evenly divided between

These substances,



4. at least 15 ECTS credits or equivalent in

Science and technology essentially evenly divided

between these topics,



5. at least 7.5 credits or equivalent scope in a

of the substances referred to in 3 or 4, or



6. at least 15 ECTS credits or equivalent scope in a

other topic than referred to in 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5.



A teacher referred to in the first subparagraph are also authorized to

in view of the subject areas for which a substance,

as the teacher is qualified to teach, is relevant.

Regulation (2013:694).



12 section competent to teach because the specially grades 1-6 in

the subjects of art, home economics, physical education and health,

music or crafts and in the fields of aesthetic activities

motor skills or everyday activities is, in addition to what follows from

11 or 11 a of the speciallärarexamen, who have passed the according to

Annex 2 to the higher education Ordinance (1993:100)

specialization in mental retardation and



1. grades according to that annex, specializing in

work in recreation centers,



2. grades according to that annex, specializing in

work in grades 4-6;



3. teacher students under the same annex with specialization

work in grades 7-9,



4. an older exam than referred to in 1 and which is intended for

work in recreation centers and at least one grade level in elementary school,



5. an older exam than referred to in 2 or 3 which is intended

for work in at least one of grades 4 to 9 of comprehensive school, or



6. having completed a degree giving access to

teaching under this regulation with additional

education has a skills and abilities that correspond to

the requirements for a qualification referred to in 1, 2 or 3.



A teacher as referred to in the first paragraph is only authorized to

teach in one or more of the substances listed therein and

covered by the teacher's training. The teacher is also

only authorized to teach in one or more of the

the subject matters referred to in the first subparagraph, in respect of which such

topic is relevant.



Requirement referred to in the first subparagraph to passing speciallärarexamen

does not apply to teachers who have completed a professional

degree that is older than such a professional degree

set out in annex 2 to the higher education Ordinance and includes

focus or specialization in mental retardation.

Regulation (2013:693).




12 a section competent to teach because the specially grades 1-6 in

one or more of the subjects art, home economics,

physical education, music or crafts is, in addition to what follows

by 11, 11 (a) or section 12, the who has passed speciallärarexamen

According to annex 2 of the higher education Ordinance (1993:100)

specialization in mental retardation and is competent to

in view of the same subject or subjects in at least one of grades

7-9 in primary or secondary schools.



A teacher who is qualified under the first subparagraph to teach

in one or more subjects are also qualified to teach in

one or more of the subject areas of artistic activities,

motor skills or everyday activities for which such a substance

is relevant.



Requirement referred to in the first subparagraph to passing speciallärarexamen

does not apply to teachers who have completed a professional

degree that is older than such a professional degree

set out in annex 2 to the higher education Ordinance and includes

focus or specialization in mental retardation.

Regulation (2014:1097).



Because the specially designed grade 7-9



13 § qualified to teach because the specially designed grade 7 – 9 am

Anyone who has passed speciallärarexamen in accordance with annex II to

the higher education Ordinance (1993:100) with specialization in

mental retardation and



1. grades according to that annex, specializing in

work in grades 4 to 6, or



2. an older exam than referred to in 1 and which is intended for

work in at least one of grades 4 to 6 in primary school.



A teacher as referred to in the first paragraph is only authorized to

in the view of the topics covered by the teacher's

exam. The teacher is also authorized to teach it or

the subject areas for which such a topic is relevant. A

teachers referred to in the first subparagraph, however, is only authorized to

teach in Swedish as a second language teacher in his exam

has completed 30 credit points or equivalent in

topic.



Requirement referred to in the first subparagraph to passing speciallärarexamen

does not apply to teachers who have completed a professional

degree that is older than such a professional degree

set out in annex 2 to the higher education Ordinance and includes

focus or specialization in mental retardation.

Regulation (2013:694).



section 14 authorized to teach because the specially designed grade 7 – 9 am,

In addition to the provisions of section 13, the who have completed

speciallärarexamen according to annex 2 of the higher education Ordinance

(1993:100) with specialization in mental retardation and a

degree that provides eligibility to pursue teaching as

This regulation. In addition, the teacher by having

supplemented their competence to teach as a teacher with the

further education have completed studies of at least 30

credits or the equivalent extent each of the topics

Swedish, mathematics and English and



1. a minimum of 30 credits or the equivalent extent in

Civics essentially evenly divided between

These substances,



2. a minimum of 30 credits or the equivalent extent in

Science and technology essentially evenly divided

between these topics,



3. at least 30 ECTS credits or equivalent scope in a

or at least 15 ECTS credits or equivalent extent

each of two of the subjects of art, home economics,

physical education, music or crafts, or



4. a minimum of 30 credits or the equivalent extent in

Swedish as a second language.



A teacher as referred to in the first paragraph is only authorized to

teach in subjects Swedish, math and English as well as the

or the substances referred to in the first subparagraph 1, 2, 3 or 4, if

teacher's training in this or these substances have the

extent required by the respective paragraph. The teacher is

In addition, competent to teach in the subject area

for which a subject teacher is competent to teach,

is relevant.



The first and second paragraphs do not apply, however, if the teacher's

professional degrees are teacher students according to annex 2

to the higher education Ordinance or an equivalent older

exam.



Requirement referred to in the first subparagraph to passing speciallärarexamen

does not apply to teachers who have completed a professional degree

who is older than such a professional degree as specified in

Annex 2 to the higher education Ordinance and includes targeting

or specialization in mental retardation.

Regulation (2013:694).



14 a of A teacher who is competent to teach in one or

several topics under 13 or section 14 is also competent to

in view of the basic the specially designed grade 7-9 in another

or more substances, if the teacher by having completed their

jurisdiction under those provisions with additional

education has completed studies in this or these

substances to the extent provided for in the second subparagraph.



Subject studies referred to in the first subparagraph shall include



1. a minimum of 30 credits or the equivalent extent in

Civics essentially evenly divided between

These substances,



2. a minimum of 30 credits or the equivalent extent in

Science and technology essentially evenly divided

between these topics,



3. at least 30 ECTS credits or equivalent scope in a

or at least 15 ECTS credits or equivalent extent

each of two of the subjects of art, home economics,

physical education, music or crafts,



4. at least 7.5 credits or equivalent scope in a

of the substances referred to in 1 or 2, or



5. a minimum of 30 ECTS credits or equivalent scope in a

other topic than referred to in 1, 2, 3, or 4.



A teacher referred to in the first subparagraph are also authorized to

in view of the subject areas for which a substance,

as the teacher is qualified to teach, is relevant.

Regulation (2013:694).



paragraph 15 competent to teach because the specially designed grade 7-9 in

the subjects of art, home economics, physical education and health,

music or crafts and in the fields of aesthetic activities

motor skills or everyday activities is, in addition to what follows from

13, 14 or 14 a of the speciallärarexamen, who have passed the

According to annex 2 of the higher education Ordinance (1993:100)

specialization in mental retardation and



1. teacher students under the same annex with specialization

work in grades 7-9,



2. an older exam than referred to in 1 and which is intended for

work in at least one of grades 7-9 in primary schools, or



3. a diploma giving access to teaching

under this regulation, he or she is by having

supplemented their competence to teach as a teacher with the

additional training has completed studies of at least 30

ECTS credits or equivalent scope in one or two of

the subjects of art, home economics, physical education and health,

music or crafts.



A teacher as referred to in the first paragraph is only authorized to

teach in one or more of the substances listed therein and

covered by the teacher's training. The teacher is also

only authorized to teach in one or more of the

the subject matters referred to in the first subparagraph, in respect of which such

topic is relevant.



Requirement referred to in the first subparagraph to passing speciallärarexamen

does not apply to teachers who have completed a professional

degree that is older than such a professional degree

set out in annex 2 to the higher education Ordinance and includes

focus or specialization in mental retardation.

Regulation (2013:693).



15 a section competent to teach because the specially designed grade 7-9 in

one or more of the subjects art, home economics,

physical education, music or crafts is, in addition to what follows

of the 13, 14, 14A or 15 §, attainers

speciallärarexamen according to annex 2 of the higher education Ordinance

(1993:100) with specialization in developmental disabilities and as

is authorized to teach the same subject or subjects in at least one

by grades 7-9 in primary or secondary schools.



A teacher who is qualified under the first subparagraph to teach

in one or more subjects are also qualified to teach in

one or more of the subject areas of artistic activities,

motor skills or everyday activities for which such a substance

is relevant.



Requirement referred to in the first subparagraph to passing speciallärarexamen

does not apply to teachers who have completed a professional

degree that is older than such a professional degree

set out in annex 2 to the higher education Ordinance and includes

focus or specialization in mental retardation.

Regulation (2014:1097).



Training school



16 section competent to teach in training school, in addition to what

arising from the 11, 11A, 12, 13, 14, 14A, 15, or 15 a of,

Anyone who has passed speciallärarexamen in accordance with annex II to

the higher education Ordinance (1993:100) with specialization in

mental retardation and



1. early childhood education degree according to that annex,



2. an older exam than referred to in 1 and which is intended for

work in preschool, or



3. by having completed a degree giving access to

teaching under this regulation with additional

education has a skills and abilities that correspond to

the requirements for a qualification referred to in paragraph 1.



Requirement referred to in the first subparagraph to passing speciallärarexamen

does not apply to teachers or preschool teachers who have completed a

professional degree that is older than such a

professional degree as set out in annex II to

the higher education Ordinance and includes targeting or

specialization in mental retardation.

Regulation (2013:693).



Special school



section 17 authorised to teach in special school is the one that has

passed speciallärarexamen in accordance with annex II to


the higher education Ordinance (1993:100) with specialization in deafness

or hearing impairment, Visual impairment, profound language impairment or

mental retardation and



1. a degree under the same annex that gives permission to

teach in elementary school,



2. an older exam than referred to in 1 and which is intended for

work in primary schools, or



3. by having completed a degree giving access to

teaching under this regulation with additional

education is competent to teach in elementary school.



A teacher as referred to in the first paragraph is only authorized to

teaching that is designed for students with such

disability that teacher's speciallärarexamen and

in the corresponding grade levels and subjects such as teacher's training gives

permission to teach in primary schools in accordance with the provisions of

This regulation. However, this does not have permission to

teach in grades 7 and 8 under section 10.



A teacher qualified to teach in special school grades

9 has the appropriate authority to teach in special school

grade 10 and at such additional training as referred to in

Chapter 7. the third paragraph of section 15 of the Education Act (2010:800).



17 a section competent to teach in special school in one or

several of the subjects of art, home economics, physical education, and

health, music or crafts are, except as permitted by section 17,

Anyone who has passed speciallärarexamen in accordance with annex II to

the higher education Ordinance (1993:100) with specialization in deafness

or hearing impairment, Visual impairment, profound language impairment or

learning disability and who are competent to teach in the same

substance or substances in at least one of grades 7-9 in primary school

or in secondary school.



A teacher as referred to in the first paragraph is only authorized to

teaching that is designed for students with such

disability that teacher's speciallärarexamen concerns.

Regulation (2014:1097).



17 b of competent to teach in special school in the subject movement

and the drama is the one who has completed a speciallärarexamen according to

Annex 2 to the higher education Ordinance (1993:100)

specialization in deafness or hearing impairment, or

mental retardation and



1. teacher students under the same annex with specialization

work in grades 7-9 and covering the topic,



2. an older exam than referred to in (1) that is intended for work

as a teacher in at least one of grades 7-9 in primary and

covering the topic, or



3. a diploma giving access to teaching

under this regulation, he or she is by having

supplemented their competence to teach as a teacher with the

additional training has completed studies of at least 45

credit points or equivalent in substance.



A teacher referred to in the first subparagraph 3 is competent to

in view of the subject motion and drama, about the subject studies in

essence may be considered equivalent to the requirements of a teacher students

According to annex 2 of the higher education with specialization

work in grades 7 to 9 in the case of subject knowledge.



A teacher as referred to in the first paragraph is only authorized to

teaching that is designed for students with such

disability that teacher's speciallärarexamen concerns.

Regulation (2013:830).



17 c § requirement of 17-17 b sections that have passed

speciallärarexamen does not apply to teachers who have completed a

professional degree that is older than such a

professional degree as set out in annex II to

the higher education Ordinance (1993:100), and includes the direction or

specialization in deafness or hearing impairment, Visual impairment, severe

language impairment or retardation.



For the purposes of section 17, the second subparagraph of paragraph 17 (a)

and 17 (b) paragraph assimilates the teacher's degree according to the

the first paragraph with speciallärarexamen. Regulation (2013:830).



Same school



section 18 authorized to teach in the same school is the one that has passed



1. an examination in accordance with Annex 2 to the higher education Ordinance

(1993:100) that gives permission to teach in the primary school

grades 1-3 or 4-6,



2. an older exam than referred to in 1 and which is intended for

work in at least one of grades 1 to 6 in primary schools, or



3. a diploma giving access to pursue teaching as

This regulation if he or she, have supplemented

his training has been authorized to teach in at least one of the

grades 1 to 6 in primary school.



A teacher as referred to in the first paragraph is only authorized to

in view of the corresponding grade levels and subjects in the same school as

the teacher's education grants permission to teach in

the elementary school.



18 a section competent to teach in the same school in one or more

of the subjects of art, home economics, physical education and health,

music or crafts is, in addition to the provisions of section 18, the

is authorized to teach the same subject or subjects in at least one

by grades 7-9 in primary or secondary schools.

Regulation (2014:1097).



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§ 19 competent to teach in kindergarten is the one that has

completed



1. grades according to annex 2 of the higher education Ordinance

(1993:100), with a focus on work in recreation centers,



2. an older exam than referred to in 1 and which is intended for

work in recreation centers and at least one school type of school system, or



3. a diploma giving access to pursue teaching as

This regulation if he or she, have supplemented

their training has a skills and abilities that correspond to

the requirements for a qualification referred to in paragraph 1.



In section 35 provides for a recreation or

equivalent who have passed an exam that is intended only for

work in recreation centres are authorized to teachers or

preschool teachers teach in the school system, if he or she has

completed his education.



20 § in addition to registered teachers or preschool teacher referred to in

paragraph 19 may for teaching in kindergarten

available cleaners, or equivalent. In addition, the

be other staff with such training or experience to

student development and learning promoted.



Upper secondary school



21 § qualified to teach in secondary schools in substances other than

vocational subjects are attainers



1. teacher students according to annex 2 of the higher education Ordinance

(1993:100), with a focus on work in secondary school,



2. teacher students according to annex 2 of the higher education Ordinance

with emphasis on work in grades 7-9,



3. an older exam than referred to in 1 and which is intended for

work in secondary school,



4. an older exam than referred to in 1 or 2 which is intended

for work as a teacher, if it includes subject studies if at least

120 credit points or equivalent in any of the

subjects Swedish, civics or music or at least 90

credit points or equivalent in a different topic,

though not a professional substance,

5. a diploma giving access to pursue teaching as

This regulation if he or she, have supplemented

their competence to teach as a teacher with additional

education has completed studies of at least 120

credit points or equivalent in any of the topics

Swedish, civics, or music, or

6. a diploma giving access to pursue teaching as

This regulation if he or she, have supplemented

their competence to teach as a teacher with additional

education has completed studies of at least 90 ECTS credits

or the equivalent in a different topic than specified in 5;

though not a professional topic. Regulation (2011:1596).



section 22 of The teachers referred to in paragraph 21 of 1 or 3 is competent to

in the view of the topics covered by the teacher's

degree and in other substances for which the teacher's competence is

relevant.



A teacher referred to in section 21 (2) is qualified to teach in the

or the substances covered by the teacher's degree, if the

includes subject studies if at least 90 credits or

Accordingly in substance. The teacher is also competent to

in view of other substances for which the teacher's competence is

relevant. Jurisdiction under this paragraph may not, however, refer to

subjects Swedish, civics, and music.



A teacher within the meaning of paragraph 21 of 4, 5 or 6 are competent to

in view of the substance or substances specified in each paragraph

If the teacher's education in the subject has the scope required

According to the respective paragraph and topic studies principally

be considered equivalent to the requirements of teacher students in accordance with annex II to

the higher education Ordinance (1993:100), with a focus on work in the

secondary schools in terms of subject knowledge. The teacher is also

qualified to teach other subjects for which the teacher's

expertise is relevant. Regulation (2013:694).



section 23 of the State's school may provide for what is required

to a teacher's competence should be relevant to a topic

According to section 22.



A substance referred to in the first subparagraph may not be a subject that

set out in annex 4 to the higher education Ordinance (1993:100).



24 § qualified to teach at secondary school

induction program in the primary school subjects are, except as

to the provisions of section 21, the who have completed



1. teacher students according to annex 2 of the higher education Ordinance

(1993:100), with a focus on work in grades

7 – 9,



2. an older exam than referred to in 1 and which is intended for

work in grades 7-9,



3. a diploma giving access to teaching

under this regulation, he or she is by having

supplemented their competence to teach as a teacher with the

additional training has completed studies of at least 90

credit points or equivalent in any of the topics

Swedish, civics, or music, or




4. a diploma giving access to teaching

under this regulation, he or she is by having

supplemented their competence to teach as a teacher with the

additional training has completed studies of at least 45

credit points or equivalent in another of

the primary substances than specified in 3.



A teacher referred to in the first subparagraph 1 or 2 is only

qualified to teach in the primary school of substances

covered by the teacher's degree.



A teacher referred to in the first subparagraph 3 or 4 is only

qualified to teach in one or more of the

the primary substances specified in each item. For

permission is required to the teacher's education in the topic, the

extent specified in each paragraph and topic studies in

essence may be considered equivalent to the requirements of teacher students according to

Annex 2 to the higher education Ordinance (1993:100), with a focus

to work in grades 7 to 9 in the case of

subject knowledge. Regulation (2013:694).



25 § qualified to teach in secondary schools in vocational subjects are the

who have completed



1. yrkeslärarexamen according to annex 2 of the higher education Ordinance

(1993:100),



2. an older exam than referred to in 1 and which is intended for

work in secondary education in such a topic, or



3. a diploma giving access to pursue teaching as

This regulation if he or she has complemented its

permission to teach as a teacher with such professional skills

that is relevant to a professional topic.



A teacher as referred to in the first paragraph is only authorized to

teaching in the vocational subjects for which the teacher's

professional knowledge is relevant.



section 26 of the State's school may provide for the

professional skills required for them to be relevant to a

professional subject under section 25.



High school programs



section 27 competent to teach in high school programs in other topics

than vocational subjects are most competent to teach in

undergraduate programs under 13, 14, 14A, 15 or 15A section.



A teacher as referred to in the first paragraph is only authorized to

in view of the corresponding subjects or subject areas that the teacher's

education grants permission to teach in the undergraduate programs.

The teacher is also qualified to teach other subjects

or subject areas for which the teacher's expertise is relevant.

Regulation (2013:693).



27 a of the State's school may provide for what that

required for a teacher's competence should be relevant to a

topic or subject area according to paragraph 27.



A topic or subject matter referred to in the first subparagraph may

uncovered by a topic or subject area in

undergraduate programs. Regulation (2013:693).



paragraph 27 (b) competent to teach in high school programs in topics

dance or theater is, in addition to the provisions of section 27, the who

have a speciallärarexamen in accordance with annex II to

the higher education Ordinance (1993:100) with specialization in

mental retardation and



1. teacher students under the same annex with specialization

work in secondary school,



2. an older exam than referred to in (1) that is intended for work

as a teacher in secondary school, or



3. a diploma giving access to teaching

under this regulation, he or she is by having

supplemented their competence to teach as a teacher with the

additional training has completed studies of at least 30

credit points or equivalent in substance.



A teacher as referred to in the first paragraph is only authorized to

in view of the substance or substances referred to therein where the substance or

the topics covered by the teacher's training. The teacher is also

qualified to teach in the subject area for which the

a topic, the teacher is qualified to teach,

relevant.



Requirement referred to in the first subparagraph to passing speciallärarexamen

does not apply to teachers who have completed a professional

degree that is older than such a professional degree

set out in annex 2 to the higher education Ordinance and includes

focus or specialization in mental retardation.

Regulation (2013:830).



section 28 "competent to teach in high school vocational education programs are

Anyone who is qualified to teach in secondary schools in vocational subjects

According to section 25.



A teacher as referred to in the first paragraph is only authorized to

teaching in the vocational subjects for which the teacher's

professional knowledge is relevant.



section 29 of the State's school may provide for the

professional skills required for them to be relevant to a

professional subject under section 28.



section 30 of the competent to teach in high school the specially designed individual

software is, in addition to what follows from 27, 27 (b), or section 28, the

qualified to teach in the undergraduate programs according to 11, 11(a),

12, 12A or section 16.



A teachers or preschool teacher referred to in the first subparagraph is

only authorized to teach in corresponding subjects or

subject areas that the teacher's or preschool teacher's training

grants permission to teach in the undergraduate programs. The teacher

or preschool teacher is also competent to teach in

other topics or subject areas for which the teacher or

preschool teacher's expertise is relevant. Regulation (2013:830).



30 a of Statens skolverk may provide for what that

required for a teacher's or preschool teachers ' competence to

be relevant to a topic or subject area according to section 30 of the

second paragraph.



A topic or subject matter referred to in the first subparagraph may

uncovered by a topic or subject area in

undergraduate programs. A substance referred to in the first subparagraph shall not

either be a professional topic. Regulation (2013:693).



Municipal adult education



31 section competent to teach in municipal adult education is the

who is qualified to teach at the corresponding level and in

the corresponding topic in elementary school or secondary school according to the

provisions of this regulation. However, this does not

permission to teach in grades 7 and 8 under section 10.



Special education for adults



32 § qualified to teach special education for adults is

Anyone who is qualified to teach at the corresponding level and in

the corresponding topic in basic programs or high school programs.



Education in Swedish for immigrants



33 section competent to teach in training in Swedish for

immigrants are the one who has completed a



1. teacher students according to annex 2 of the higher education Ordinance

(1993:100), with a focus on work in grades 7-9

or, with a focus on work in secondary school if degree

covers the topic of Swedish as a second language,



2. an older exam than referred to in 1 and which is intended for

teaching in the subject of Swedish as a second language, or



3. a diploma giving access to pursue teaching as

This regulation if he or she, have supplemented

their competence to teach as a teacher with additional

education has completed studies of at least 30 ECTS credits

or equivalent scope in topic Swedish as a second language.



Mother tongue education



34 section competent to teach in the mother tongue is the one that has passed



1. teacher students according to annex 2 of the higher education Ordinance

(1993:100), with a focus on work in grades 7-9

or, with a focus on work in secondary school if degree

includes the mother tongue as a subject,



2. an older exam than referred to in 1 and which is intended for

teaching in the mother tongue, or



3. a diploma giving access to pursue teaching as

This regulation if he or she, have supplemented

their competence to teach as a teacher with additional

education has completed studies of at least 30 ECTS credits

or equivalent scope in the mother tongue.



Cleaners



35 § A recreation or equivalent who have completed a

degree that is intended solely for work in recreational home competent

to which teachers or preschool teachers teach in the school system, if

He or she, having completed their training has a

skills and abilities that correspond to an education that gives

such jurisdiction.



Permission referred to in the first subparagraph only applies to the

school forms, annual courses, topics or subject areas that the

corresponding education grants permission to teach.



Special education teacher



Preschool



36 section competent to that special teacher teaching that

relating to special needs pre-school class is the one that has passed

speciallärarexamen according to annex 2 of the higher education Ordinance

(1993:100), and



1. pre-school teacher or grades under the same annex as

grants permission to teach pre-school class,



2. an older exam than referred to in 1 and giving access to

teach in pre-school class, or



3. a diploma giving access to pursue teaching as

This regulation if he or she, have supplemented

their training has a skills and abilities that correspond to

the requirements for a qualification referred to in paragraph 1.



A teachers or preschool teacher referred to in the first subparagraph is

only authorized to conduct such as teaching special education teacher

as speciallärarexamen is specialized.



Elementary school, Sami school, special school and undergraduate programs



37 section competent to that special teacher teaching that

refer to special support in grades 1-3 of primary school, Sami school,

special school and undergraduate programs is the one that has passed

speciallärarexamen according to annex 2 of the higher education Ordinance

(1993:100), and



1. a degree under the same annex that gives permission to

teach in grades 1 to 3,



2. an older exam than referred to in 1 and giving access to

teach in grades 1 to 3, or



3. a diploma giving access to pursue teaching as


This regulation if he or she, have supplemented

their training has a skills and abilities that correspond to

the requirements for a qualification referred to in paragraph 1.



A teacher as referred to in the first paragraph is the only jurisdiction in which

special education teacher conduct such teaching as speciallärarexamen

is specialized.



38 section competent to that special teacher teaching that

refer to special support in grades 4 to 6 in primary school, Sami school,

special school and undergraduate programs is the one that has passed

speciallärarexamen according to annex 2 of the higher education Ordinance

(1993:100), and



1. a degree under the same annex that gives permission to

teach in grades 1 – 3 or 4 – 6,



2. an older exam than referred to in 1 and giving access to

teach in grades 1 – 3 or 4 – 6, or



3. a diploma giving access to pursue teaching as

This regulation if he or she, have supplemented

their training has a skills and abilities that correspond to

the requirements for a qualification referred to in paragraph 1.

A teacher as referred to in the first paragraph is the only jurisdiction in which

special education teacher conduct such teaching as speciallärarexamen

is specialized.



39 section competent to that special teacher teaching that

refer to special support in grades 7-9 in primary school as well as in grade

7-10 and such additional training as referred to in Chapter 7. section 15

the third paragraph of the Education Act (2010:800) in special school is the one that

have a speciallärarexamen in accordance with annex II to

the higher education Ordinance (1993:100), and



1. a degree under the same annex that gives permission to

teach in grades 4-6 or 7-9,



2. an older exam than referred to in 1 and giving access to

teach in grades 4-6 or 7-9, or



3. a diploma giving access to pursue teaching as

This regulation if he or she, have supplemented

their training has a skills and abilities that correspond to

the requirements for a qualification referred to in paragraph 1.



A teacher as referred to in the first paragraph is the only jurisdiction in which

special education teacher conduct such teaching as speciallärarexamen

is specialized.



section 40 of the jurisdiction to which specialist teachers conduct teaching

refer to special support in grades 7 to 9 of the Basic programs are the

have a speciallärarexamen in accordance with annex II to

the higher education Ordinance (1993:100), and



1. a degree under the same annex that gives permission to

teach in grades 1 – 3 or 4 – 6,



2. an older exam than referred to in 1 and giving access to

teach in grades 1 – 3 or 4 – 6, or



3. a diploma giving access to pursue teaching as

This regulation if he or she, have supplemented

their training has a skills and abilities that correspond to

the requirements for a qualification referred to in paragraph 1.



A teacher as referred to in the first paragraph is the only jurisdiction in which

special education teacher conduct such teaching as speciallärarexamen

is specialized.



41 section competent to that special teacher teaching that

relate in particular to aid in the training school is, in addition to what follows

of the 37, 38 or 40 §, attainers speciallärarexamen

According to annex 2 of the higher education Ordinance (1993:100), and



1. early childhood education degree according to that annex,



2. an older exam than referred to in 1 and giving access to

teach in kindergarten,



3. a diploma giving access to pursue teaching as

This regulation if he or she, have supplemented

their training has a skills and abilities that correspond to

the requirements for a qualification referred to in paragraph 1.



A teachers or preschool teacher referred to in the first subparagraph is

only authorized to conduct such as teaching special education teacher

as speciallärarexamen is specialized.



Secondary school and upper secondary school for pupils with learning disabilities



42 section competent to that special teacher teaching that

refer to special support in secondary school and upper secondary school for pupils with learning disabilities is

Anyone who has passed speciallärarexamen in accordance with annex II to

the higher education Ordinance (1993:100), and



1. a degree under the same annex that gives permission to

teach in grades 4-6 or 7-9 or in

secondary school,



2. an older exam than referred to in 1 and giving access to

teach in grades 4-6 or 7-9 or in

upper secondary school, or



3. a diploma giving access to pursue teaching as

This regulation if he or she, have supplemented

their training has a skills and abilities that correspond to

the requirements for a qualification referred to in paragraph 1.



A teacher as referred to in the first paragraph is the only jurisdiction in which

special education teacher conduct such teaching as speciallärarexamen

is specialized. Regulation (2011:1596).



43 section competent to that special teacher teaching that

refer to special support in the specially designed high school individual program

is, in addition to what follows from § 42, attainers

speciallärarexamen according to annex 2 of the higher education Ordinance

(1993:100), and



1. pre-school teacher or grades referred to in annex II to

the higher education Ordinance,



2. an older exam than referred to in 1 and giving access to

teach in kindergarten, pre-school class or primary school

grades 1-3 or 4-6, or



3. a diploma giving access to pursue teaching as

This regulation if he or she, have supplemented

their training has a skills and abilities that correspond to

the requirements for a qualification referred to in paragraph 1.



A teachers or preschool teacher referred to in the first subparagraph is

only authorized to conduct such as teaching special education teacher

as speciallärarexamen is specialized.



Additional permissions



44 § teachers or preschool teacher who, before 1 July 2011

have obtained a professional diploma are qualified to teach

as a teacher of one or several substances in addition to what follows from

the other provisions of this chapter, if he or she has



1. completed their professional degree with

tertiary education which was designed to give permission to

in view of this or these substances in the school system, and



2. completed tertiary education before december 1, 2013.



A teacher referred to in the first subparagraph is authorised to

in view of the substance or substances referred to in the first subparagraph of

the school forms or in the annual courses

the higher education referred to in the same paragraph 1 was designed

for. A teacher qualified to teach in secondary schools

in one or more vocational subjects, however, are also competent to

in view of this or these subjects in upper secondary school for pupils with learning disabilities.

Regulation (2013:693).



section 45 A teacher qualified to teach under section 44 shall

for the purposes of 11, 13, 33 and 34 sections is considered to have completed a

a teacher who



1. is older than such a professional degree as specified in

Annex 2 to the higher education Ordinance (1993:100),



2. is intended for the school forms or the

annual courses that higher education was designed to give

permission to teach, and



3. cover the topics that the teacher is competent to

teach according to § 44.



For the purposes of section 11 (a) and section 14, a teacher referred to

in the first subparagraph, however, are not considered competent to teach according to

section 11 or 13. Regulation (2013:693).



46 § teachers or preschool teacher who, before 1 July 2011

have obtained a professional diploma are qualified to teach

as a teacher of one or several substances in addition to what follows from

the other provisions of this chapter,



1. he or she prior to 1 december 2013 has complemented

their professional degree with completion of

tertiary education in this or these substances, and



2. higher education is equivalent to the requirements for jurisdiction in

substance or substances as a school of the Board, or Statens

school at the time of the training had announced

regulations, guidelines or equivalent.



A teacher referred to in the first subparagraph is authorised to teach

in it, or the substances referred to in the first subparagraph in the or

the school forms or in the annual courses

higher education would give permission to teach in

According to a school of the Board's regulations, guidelines or

equivalent. A teacher qualified to teach in

secondary education in one or more vocational subjects are, however, also

qualified to teach in this or these topics in

upper secondary school for pupils with learning disabilities. Regulation (2013:693).



47 § teachers qualified to teach under section 46 shall

for the purposes of 11, 13, 33 and 34 sections is considered to have completed a

a teacher who



1. is older than such a professional degree as specified in

Annex 2 to the higher education Ordinance (1993:100),



2. is intended for the school forms or the

annual courses as higher education grants permission to

teach according to § 46, and



3. cover the topics that the teacher is competent to

teach according to § 46.



For the purposes of section 11 (a) and section 14, a teacher referred to

in the first subparagraph, however, are not considered competent to teach according to

section 11 or 13. Regulation (2013:693).



48 § teachers or preschool teacher who, before 1 July 2011

have obtained a professional diploma are qualified to teach

as a teacher of one or several substances in addition to what follows from

the other provisions of this chapter,



1. he or she prior to 1 december 2013 has complemented

their professional degree with completion of

tertiary education in this or these substances,



2. higher education had a scope of each substance

at least equal to the minimum extent that may be considered to have been required

for the substance in any of the older teaching qualifications such


professional degree as set out in annex II to

the higher education Ordinance (1993:100), but not older than a

professional degree that could be taken on 1 July 1968,

and



3. he or she is, higher education has received such

subject knowledge in each of these or these substances

in essence, can be considered to have been required for the teaching certificate referred to

in the 2.



A teacher referred to in the first subparagraph is authorised to teach

in it, or the substances referred to in the first subparagraph in the or

the school forms or in the year that the

teaching certificate referred to in the same paragraph 2 was designed for. A

teachers who are qualified to teach in secondary schools in a

or more vocational subjects are also qualified to teach in

This or these subjects in upper secondary school for pupils with learning disabilities.

Regulation (2013:693).



section 49 A teacher qualified to teach according to § 48,

for the purposes of 11, 13, 33 and 34 sections is considered to have completed a

teaching certificate referred to in paragraph 48 2. At

application of 11 (a) and 14 (a) of such a teacher, however,

not considered qualified to teach under section 11 or 13.

Regulation (2013:693).



section 50 of the jurisdiction to which teachers teach in grades

1-3 or 4-6 and leisure-is, in addition to what follows from

the other provisions of this chapter, the



1. have completed a senior graduating than referred to in section 19 of the first

paragraph 1 intended for work in recreation centers and

includes studies in at least one of the primary topics,



2. has completed studies in a scope in each topic

at least equal to the minimum extent that can be deemed to have

required for the substance in any teaching qualifications which are intended

for instruction in grades 1 to 3 or 4-6 and older

than one such professional exams, which are given in annex 2

to the higher education Ordinance (1993:100), but not older than a

professional degree that could be taken on 1 July 1968,

and



3. by subject studies have received such subject knowledge in each

and one of this or these substances that essentially can be considered

have been required for the teaching degree referred to in 2.



Permission to teach in grades 1-3 or 4-6

the first paragraph only covers the topics and the

grades for which the scope and the subject knowledge that

required under the first subparagraph 2 and 3 has been reached.

Regulation (2013:693).



51 section competent to teachers teaching in grades

1-3 or 4-6 and leisure-is, in addition to what follows from

the other provisions of this chapter, the



1. have completed a senior graduating than referred to in section 19 of the first

paragraph 1 intended for work in recreation centers,



2. has supplemented his degree with university education in at least

one of the primary topics prior to 1 december 2013,



3. by higher education have completed studies in a

scope in each subject that are at least equivalent to the minimum

scope that can be considered to have been required for the substance in any of the

teaching qualifications which are intended for instruction in grades

1-3 or 4-6 and older than such professional

degree as set out in annex 2 to the higher education Ordinance

(1993:100), but not older than a professional degree

that could be taken on 1 July 1968, and



4. by subject studies have received such subject knowledge in each

and one of this or these substances that essentially can be considered

have been required for the teaching degree referred to in 3.



Permission to teach in grades 1-3 or 4-6

the first paragraph only covers the topics and the

grades for which the extent and the skills required

under the first subparagraph 3 and 4 has been reached.

Regulation (2013:693).



52 § The eligible for under 50 or

section 51 shall be considered to have a professional degree. The who has

such a degree is only authorized to conduct teaching

In addition to what follows from § 50 or 51, if he or she

by having completed their training has a knowledge

and abilities that correspond to an education that gives such

permission.



Permission referred to in the first subparagraph only applies to the

school forms, annual courses, topics or subject areas that the

corresponding education grants permission to teach.

Regulation (2013:693).



§ 53 A teacher qualified to teach under 50 or

51 sections, in application of articles 11, 13, 17, 18, 33 and 34 of the

be deemed to have passed an examination referred to in paragraph 50 2

and paragraph 51 3.



For the purposes of section 11 (a) and section 14, a teacher referred to

in the first subparagraph, however, are not considered competent to teach according to

11 or 13 sections. Regulation (2013:693).



Chapter 3. Foreign teacher or pre-school teacher education



1 §/expires U: 2016-04-15/

Proof of foreign teacher or pre-school teacher education

that alone or in conjunction with professional experience or

additional efforts corresponding to such education as

specified in Chapter 2. give the same permission as the Swedish

the training.



If the teacher or the preschool teacher has a mother tongue other than

Swedish, Danish, Faroese, Icelandic or Norwegian gives the

foreign education credentials pursuant to the first paragraph only

If the teacher or preschool teacher has the knowledge of Swedish which

needed.



1 section/entry into force: 04/15/2016

Proof of foreign teacher or pre-school teacher training which are not covered by the provisions referred to in paragraph 2 but that alone or in conjunction with professional experience or complementary actions corresponding to such education as set out in Chapter 2. give the same permission as the Swedish education.



If the teacher or the preschool teacher has a mother tongue other than Swedish, Danish, Faroese, Icelandic or Norwegian gives the foreign education credentials pursuant to the first subparagraph only if teachers or preschool teacher has the knowledge of Swedish is needed.



Statens skolverk may announce details relating to the conditions for eligibility for teachers or preschool teacher who has evidence of such foreign teacher or pre-school teacher education referred to in the first subparagraph.

Regulation (2016:183).



2 §/expires U: 2016-04-15/

Statens skolverk may announce details relating to the

the conditions of eligibility under section of teachers or

preschool teacher who has



1. such diplomas, certificates or formal qualifications

of professional training resulting from the



– EU law,



– the agreement on the European economic area (EEA),

or



– the agreement between the European Community and its Member States

on the one hand, and Switzerland on the other, on the free movement of

people, and



2. evidence of other foreign teachers or

pre-school teacher training than that referred to in 1.



2 section/entry into force: 04/15/2016

Provisions on temporary mobility and recognition of qualifications acquired or recognised in a State other than Sweden within the European economic area or Switzerland, see law (2016:145) on the recognition of professional qualifications and in the regulations issued in connection with the Act. Regulation (2016:183).



Chapter 4. Proof of identification



Procedure in cases where identification



§ 1 an application for identification or completion of

proof of identification may be transmitted electronically to the State

school. Regulation (2014:419).



2 §/expires U: 2016-04-15/

Is a proof of foreign teacher or

pre-school teacher education as the basis of the application for identity card

to obtain an opinion from the State School University

Council for higher education before the case is decided. Regulation (2014:419).



2 section/entry into force: 04/15/2016

Is such evidence of foreign teacher or pre-school teacher education referred to in Chapter 3. Article 1, first paragraph as a basis for the application for identification should obtain an opinion from the State School University and College Council before the case is decided. Regulation (2016:183).



section 3 of the State's school to inform decisions about

identification within four months after all documents

as far as the applicant has submitted to the Agency.

Regulation (2014:419).



4 § At Eid shall state in the

school shapes, or leisure, grades or equivalent,

topics or subject areas that the teacher or preschool teacher's

competent to teach i. Regulation (2014:419).



Charges and authorizations



section 5 of the State's school should charge a fee for the application for

ID or for the completion of identification. The fee is



– 1 500 SEK for application for identification, and



– 750 dollars for application for the completion of identification.



For this fee is otherwise the provisions of §§ 11-14

fee Regulation (1992:191). Regulation (2014:419).



section 6 of the State's school may provide for



1. electronic transfer of an application referred to in paragraph 1 and

If the electronic signature, and



2. application procedure in General when it comes to identification

and for the completion of identification. Regulation (2014:419).



repealed by section 11 of the Regulation (2013:532).



Chapter 5. Introductory period



Mentor and plan for implementation of the introductory period



1 § teachers or preschool teacher who conducts a

introductory period as set out in Chapter 2. 22 a of the Education Act (2010:800)

to gain the support of a mentor during the introductory period.



The mentor must be a qualified teacher or licensed

preschool teacher. He or she shall have sufficient experience in

work as teachers or preschool teacher for the task as

mentor. Regulation (2014:419).



section 2 of the principal or nursery Manager shall ensure that there is a


plan for the introductory period. Regulation (2014:419).



Introductory period



paragraph 3 of The introduction period should be at least one academic year or

equivalent full-time.



The introductory period may be carried out in one or more

employment. A principal who has hired a teacher or

preschool teacher who during previous employment carried out a

part of the introductory period to ensure that the teacher or

preschool teacher implements as much of the remainder of

introductory period within the period of employment.

Regulation (2014:419).



Derogation from the introductory period



section 4 of the principal's obligation under Chapter 2. 22 a of the Education Act

(2010:800) does not apply



1. when a teacher or preschool teacher is hired for a maximum of

thirty days, or



2. a teachers or preschool teachers who are considered qualified because

of the foreign teacher or pre-school teacher education.



5 § teachers or preschool teacher described in Chapter 2. section 35 and

which has served mainly as a recreational therapist or within

the framework of its new jurisdiction for at least one academic year or

equivalent full time to this service shall be deemed to have

conducted an introductory period. Regulation (2014:419).



Authorization



section 6 of the State's school may provide for

the introductory period. Regulation (2014:419).



Transitional provisions



2011:326



1. This Regulation shall enter into force on July 1, 2011.



2. Regulation (1999:1421) if evidence of teachers with

foreign education shall expire at the end of June

2012. The repealed regulation still apply, however, for

handling cases on evidence which

qualification have come in to higher education before the

1 July 2011. By paragraph 5 of the transitional provisions to the Act

(2011:189) concerning the amendment of the Education Act (2010:800)

such cases by december 31, 2012 are dealt with by

University and College Council. Regulation (2012:915).



3. the provisions of Chapter 1. paragraph 4 should only apply from

on July 1, 2012.



4. Has been repealed by Regulation (2014:419).



5. the provisions of Chapter 4. section 5 does not apply to the application for

identification of a teachers or preschool teacher referred to in § 34

Act (2010:801) on the introduction of the Education Act (2010:800).

Regulation (2014:419).



6. Has been repealed by Regulation (2014:419).



7. A teachers or preschool teacher who, after June 30, 2011

but before 1 July 2018 has passed professional exam

or have received a diploma of higher education or

University and College Council shall be deemed to have completed a

induction period, if he or she has worked a total of

at least one academic year or the equivalent of one or more

positions as teachers or preschool teacher before 31 March

2012. Regulation (2014:419).



8. by way of derogation from Chapter 5. paragraph 1, second subparagraph, a teacher or

preschool teachers who lack proper identification be mentor, if he

or she has obtained a professional degree or has a

a diploma of higher education or University-

Council for higher education. This applies, however, only mentoring program

the teacher or preschool teacher has commenced before 1 July

2014. Regulation (2014:419).



9. A teachers or preschool teacher shall, upon application, under 2

Cape. section 16 of the Education Act (2010:800) notified permissions in addition to

such as entailed by 2 or 3 chapters, if



(a)) the teacher or preschool teacher have ID or

communicated to such as he or she will be notified

jurisdiction,



(b)) the teacher or preschool teacher has been teaching as a teacher

or preschool teachers in the school system for a total of at least

eight academic year or its equivalent in the topic or subject area, or

in kindergarten during the last 15 years before July 1, 2015

or, if he or she is born not later than 1 July 1958, during

a total of at least four academic years or its equivalent in substance or

the subject field or in the school during the same period,



c) teaching under (b) have not begun to be carried out before

than 15 years before the application came in to the State's school,



d) teaching, if it intended a topic or subject area,

have had a scope on the topic or subject area

equivalent to tuition for students who are pursuing

full time studies,



e) teaching, if it is intended for the school, has had a

extent to which the total is equivalent to full time,



f) teaching has followed the regulations that apply to

This, and



g) teacher or preschool teacher is suitable to carry out such

teaching that he or she has carried out in accordance with (b).



A teachers or preschool teacher who demonstrated that he or she

meets the requirements of the first subparagraph is authorised to teach in

the school forms, annual courses, topics or subject areas

as the education provided for in the first subparagraph (b).

Regulation (2013:830).



10. For an application for extended jurisdiction under 9 should the

be accompanied by a statement or certificate of the teacher's or

preschool teacher's teaching under 9 (1) (b) to (f) and

over his or her fitness to conduct such

teaching. The opinion or certificate shall be issued by

the principal or by the head teacher or the head of the nursery school

or the schools or for schools where the teacher or

preschool teacher has been teaching.



If an opinion or certificate referred to in the first subparagraph cannot be

be submitted, to the teacher or the preschool teacher instead, make a

investigation shows that he or she complies with the requirements of 9

(b) to (g). Regulation (2013:830).



11. The principal's obligation under Chapter 2. 22 a of the Education Act

(2010:800) does not apply to teachers who are employed as a teacher in

school system on december 1, 2013 and teaching

mainly in the subject or subjects of dance, theatre or motion

and drama and



a) is a graduate of a college education has been designed

that in it or the topics provide skills for gainful employment

as a teacher in the school system or a corresponding foreign

degree,



b) have completed teacher students according to sections 23 and 24 and 27

or section 28 of the Regulation (2011:689) on certain

professional qualifications for teachers and

preschool teachers and about higher education for

the further training of teachers and pre-school teachers who lack

teachers or preschool teacher degree, and



c) has worked a total of at least one academic year or equivalent in

one or more positions as teachers in the school system or

with tasks like teaching within

school system. Regulation (2014:419).



12. Has been repealed by Regulation (2014:419).



13. The principal's obligation under Chapter 2. 22 a of the Education Act

(2010:800) does not apply to teachers and pre-school teachers

employed as teachers or preschool teachers in the school system 1

December 2013



(a)) has been working in the school system in one or more employments

as teachers or preschool teacher in a total of at least eight

academic year or its equivalent during the last 15 years before as well

on 1 July 2015 as the date on which the application for ID entered

to the State school, and



b) has completed a degree in early childhood education teacher or under 19, 20,

21, 22, 25, 26, 27, 28 or section 29 of the Regulation (2011:689) if

certain professional qualifications for teachers

and pre-school teachers and about higher education for

the further training of teachers and pre-school teachers who lack

teachers or preschool teacher degree. Regulation (2014:419).



14. Has been repealed by Regulation (2014:419).



15. For teachers through the Declaration of competence according to

school regulation (1971:235) has been declared competent for certain

kind of employment, the requirement in Chapter 2. paragraph 16

Education Act (2010:800) be satisfied through

the permission Declaration.



If a teacher referred to in the first subparagraph has been working in

education of a total duration of at least one academic year or equivalent in

one or more positions as teachers, does not apply to

the principal's obligation under Chapter 2. 22 a of the Education Act.

Regulation (2014:419).



16. Repealed by Regulation (2014:419).



17. A teacher within the meaning of 15 is authorized to conduct such

teaching of formal declaration may be considered to relate to.

Regulation (2013:830).



18. Such remedial teachers and special educators with

specialization in developmental disabilities who do not have a

professional qualification and who on 1 december 2013 is

employed as a teacher in basic programs, special school,

high school programs or special training for adults may,

even though they do not meet the requirements of Chapter 2. paragraph 13 of the Education Act

(2010:800), teaching as a teacher



(a)) in the special focus training school within the

undergraduate programs,



(b)) in the special school of education corresponding to the specific

orientation training school of undergraduate programs,



(c)) on the specially designed high school individual programs, and



d) in special education for adults at basic level

a level equivalent to the training school.



A teacher referred to in the first subparagraph may engage in teaching

listed there even if he or she will take up a new

employment as a teacher after 1 december 2013.



The first and second subparagraphs shall not apply if paragraph 33

Act (2010:801) on the introduction of the Education Act (2010:800) is

applicable. If a special education teacher or special education teacher

terminates such employment referred to in paragraph 33

the same law on december 1, 2013 or later, the completed

employment is considered to be one such employment as referred to in

the first paragraph. Regulation (2013:830).



19. Such remedial teachers and special educators with

specialization in mental retardation who have identification

and a degree that gives permission to teach in at least one of the

grades 7-9 in primary or secondary education and who


on december 1, 2013 is employed as a teacher in undergraduate programs,

high school programs or special training for adults may,

Despite the fact that they are not competent to conduct teaching in a

topic or subject area, teaching in the subject or

subject area in



(a)) because the specially designed grade 7 – 9,



b) secondary school for pupils with learning disabilities in substances other than vocational subjects, and



c) specific training for adults at equivalent levels

referred to in (a) and (b).



A teacher referred to in the first subparagraph may engage in teaching

listed there even if he or she will take up a new

employment as a teacher after 1 december 2013.



The first and second subparagraphs shall not apply if paragraph 33

Act (2010:801) on the introduction of the Education Act (2010:800) is

applicable. If a special education teacher or special education teacher

terminates such employment referred to in paragraph 33

the same law on december 1, 2013 or later, the completed

employment is considered to be one such employment as referred to in

the first paragraph. Regulation (2013:830).



20. A teacher conducts instruction under 18 's

Despite what is stated in Chapter 3. 16 section Education Act

(2010:800) competent to decide about the score.



The first subparagraph shall not apply to teachers who are employed without

time limit for pursuing such teaching referred to

in Chapter 2. section 20 of the second or third subparagraph, the Education Act.

Regulation (2013:830).



21. Special educators covered by 18-20 only if they have a



a) specialpedagogexamen according to annex 2 of

the higher education Ordinance (1993:100),



b) corresponding older exam, or



c) foreign degree which is equivalent to a degree as mentioned in (a)

or (b).



A qualification referred to in the first subparagraph shall be issued no later than

June 30, 2015 and refer to training that commenced before

the end of 2008. Regulation (2013:830).



2012:497



This Regulation shall enter into force on 30 June 2012. The new

the provisions of paragraph 8 of the entry into force and

the transitional provisions should be applied for the period from and

1 July 2011.



2013:532



1. this Regulation shall enter into force on 15 July 2013.



2. The repealed provision in Chapter 4. section 11, second subparagraph

still apply to applications submitted to the

Statens skolverk before entry into force.



3. The provision in Chapter 4. section 12 of its older version case

still, for applications that have been submitted to the State

school prior to the entry into force.



2013:694



1. this Regulation shall enter into force on 2 december 2013.



2. Provisions applicable to studies completed under the

december 2, 2013 or later. Older provisions apply

still for studies completed before 2

December 2013.



2013:830



This Regulation shall enter into force on 2 december 2013 in question

If chapter 2. 17 (b), 17 (c), 27 (b) and paragraphs 30 and paragraph 20 of

entry into force and transitional provisions, and the

1 december 2013.