T-Levels are newly developed technical qualifications designed by educationalists and sector-specific employers to give you knowledge and skills and prepare you for the workplace and higher education studies.
T Level qualifications are based on the same standards as apprenticeships – which have been designed by employers with the Institute for Apprenticeships and Technical Education – to make sure that learners develop the knowledge and skills required by employers after their GCSEs. However, T-levels qualifications are different from an apprenticeship in that it involves more college study than an apprenticeship. T Level learners will spend 20% of their time in the workplace and 80% in college compared to an apprenticeship, where learners will be expected to spend 20% of their time in college and 80% in the workplace.
What is a T Level
Brand-new, 2-year qualification that you can do as an alternative to A levels, other post-16 courses or Apprenticeships. Click to Read More.
To read the Department for Education’s guide to the Introduction of T Levels you can visit: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/introduction-of-t-levels