What Parents Should Know About T levels

Overview

T Levels are brand-new, Level 3, two-year technical programmes designed with employers. As a next step after GCSEs, they combine classroom theory, practical learning, and an Industry Placement of at least 315 hours, to give young people the technical skills, knowledge and experience needed to get a job in a skilled profession or to progress to more advanced technical education or training.


T Levels are new, two year technical education courses that will follow GCSEs and will be equivalent to 3 A Levels and will sit alongside A Levels, apprenticeships and any other qualifications within a reformed skills training system  The Government is currently undertaking a review of post-16 qualifications.


T Levels will be part of a diverse and coherent technical and academic curriculum. In future, young people at age 16 will be able to choose a route matched to their aspirations and aptitudes.

Young people will have clear, high-quality and easy-to-understand options at 16 - whether that’s a T Level, A Levels, or an Apprenticeship.


t will support students to develop the academic skills, technical skills, knowledge and behaviours required to complete a T Level, through tailored provision that supports their progression.


Young people will have clear, high-quality and easy-to-understand options at 16 - whether that’s a T Level, A Levels, or an Apprenticeship.

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