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HESA considered performing a detailed analysis of potential COVID-19 impacts on this year's Staff record. However, since the Staff data is limited in scope, many of the hypotheses that one might wish to test would not be visible to us.
For example, press reports from 2020 and 2021 suggested that the switch to online delivery of courses resulted in significant additional effort for many staff. This hypothesis is difficult to test because HESA staff data does not permit straightforward linking of Staff records between years and contains very limited data on hours of work.

An initial analysis of the Staff data showed similar patterns to previous years and our analysis of Student data found limited impacts of COVID-19. We therefore decided not to undertake an in-depth analysis of the impact of COVID-19 on this year's Staff data.

This table is restricted to academic staff whose academic employment function was recorded as Teaching only or Teaching and research. The table shows the number of these staff at each HE provider who held teaching qualifications.

 

Key fact: 68% of teaching staff held a teaching qualification in 2020/21.

Table 10 - Number of teaching staff in England, Wales and Northern Ireland by HE provider, teaching qualification marker and academic year

Academic years 2014/15 to 2020/21

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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