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Overview of a T Level
T Levels are new courses that launched in September 2020. These 2-year courses follow GCSEs and are equivalent to 3 A levels.
T Levels combine classroom theory, practical learning, and substantial industry placements (45 days) to make sure students have real experience of the workplace. T Level courses have been developed with employers and businesses, so the content meets the needs of industry and prepares students for work.
They are designed to provide the knowledge, skills and experience needed to open the door to entry-level skilled roles, a higher apprenticeship or further study including at university.
If you want to find out more, click here: Introduction of T Levels - GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)
You know what goes into a T Level, but let’s talk catering…
This T Level is:
- equivalent to 3 A Levels
- inclusive of an industry placement which will last a minimum of 45 days
- 80% classroom-based
- 20% work-based
- typically completed over two years
This qualification will cover several topics. These topics will form the elements of the core knowledge and understanding for the learner.
To find out more about our Qualification Overview, click here
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- your own dedicated account manager
- your calls answered within three rings, by a human (no automated phone systems for us!)
- a response to all emails within 24 hours
- dedicated and knowledgeable staff
- prompt and authoritative updates on regulatory changes
How you can influence the Catering Technical Qualification
If you think you would be able to support the development of such an important qualification, then we’d love to speak to you. By joining us in the development phase, you’ll be an integral part of our Provider Forum.
As a member of the forum, you’ll be required to offer specialist advice, ensuring that the qualification is developed in line with current teaching practice and industry standards, and the skills required in the sector.
To get in touch with us regarding this opportunity, simply complete the contact form below or email email@example.com
Now we’ve brought you up to speed, let’s look at your next steps…
Step one - Get more information here about how to register to deliver T Levels
Step two - Take a look at the T Level Professional Development (TLPD). The end goal of T Levels is to deliver great outcomes for learners and your support is key. This is a service led by the Education and Training Foundation (ETF), with no charge to providers delivering and planning to deliver T Levels.
T Levels Capital Fund
The T Levels capital fund is available to support eligible further education providers offering T Levels from September 2024.
There are 2 parts to the fund:
• the building and facilities improvement grant which providers need to bid for
• the specialist equipment allocation which is awarded using a formula allocation
For details on the fund and how to apply please click here.
Additional support and guidance is available here: Support with delivering T Levels
Have a query?
Call the T Levels team on 01302 363277 or complete the form below detailing your query and we’ll get right back to you.