poorly qualified

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I am poorly qualified to judge of such matters,' replied Agnes, with a modest hesitation, 'but I certainly feel - in short, I feel that your being secret and clandestine, is not being like yourself.
However, if language is used by local authorities to discriminate against over 70% of the Welsh population and used to put service delivery at risk by employing unsuitable, poorly qualified staff or keeping vacancies open, I will always be there to challenge because the country's vulnerable people, the education of our young people and economic prosperity are far more important than the language an individual chooses to use.
Customers who have genuine desires for improving their chances of social mobility are lured in and taught by underpaid and poorly qualified staff.
Many academies are good and in Coventry we have some outstanding ones, but many employ poorly qualified staff or offer limited curriculums.
For instance, instead of looking at his insufficient yet overambitious policy preferences and poorly qualified advisers and bureaucrats who are naive enough to think they could deceive the PKK and its leader, Abdullah Eucalan, Erdoy-an tends to blame international actors for what is going on in Diyarbakyr.
Meanwhile, it's possible that Moreno and many others like her will continue to climb ranks in politics despite being poorly qualified.
Furthermore the quality of education is a major issue; poorly qualified and untrained educators immaterial curriculum non availability of books lack of other learning stuff inadequate space because of which learning steps are low educator's absenteeism are the key problems.
One of the most visible consequences of poorly qualified teachers can be found in kindergarten classes, for frequently inspections find that methods unsuitable for young children are commonly employed.
Those involved in youth promotion are poorly qualified for their work and Timor-Leste offers almost no opportunities to obtain a degree or receive further training.
The quality of education is a serious challenge; poorly qualified and untrained teachers, irrelevant curriculum, non availability of textbooks, shortage of other learning materials, insufficient space due to which learning levels are low, teacher's absenteeism are the main issues.
Many expats know, for example, of a poor desert dog which recently had to have its leg amputated after initially botched "surgery" by an allegedly poorly qualified local "veterinary surgeon" in a badly equipped clinic.
The situation is made worse by employing poorly qualified nurses, the research showed.