In view of the announcement of the abolition of A-levels and GCSEs, and the probable abolition of degrees, might I suggest that we revive the classifications employed by the Special Operations Executive during World War 2: A: First-class operator capable of taking charge of a large area and of influencing important people or existing movements.
B: Second-class organiser who can take charge of a local area.
C: Man capable of acting as staff officer to A.
D: Suitable for leader of a diverse band.
E:Man possessing special technical knowledge of an industry, trade etc who can influence executives or operatives.
F: Suitable for instructor in tactics and techniques of diverse operations.
H: Wireless operator.
I: Ordinary member of raiding parties.
J: Lone worker, thug, ready for anything but undisciplined and uncooperative.
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