What is a T Level?
T Levels are alternatives to A-Levels, apprenticeships and other 16 to 19 courses. They are two-year courses that are equivalent to three A-Levels.
The mark of difference for T Levels is that they include a 45-day industry placement alongside classroom learning.
T Levels have been developed in collaboration with employers and businesses. The ensures content meets industry needs and prepares students for work, training, or further study.
This allows students to step from a T Level into apprenticeships, university or full-time jobs.
What are the benefits of T Levels?
They are developed in collaboration with employers and businesses ensuring students gain knowledge and skills that meet industry needs
The 45-day industry placement allows students to experience life in the workplace
Students will gain a nationally recognised certificate showing the grade achieved (either pass, merit, distinction or distinction*), alongside details of what was learned on the course
T Level grades are worth UCAS points and are recognised by universities and other education providers
- Building Services Engineering for Construction
- Design, Surveying and Planning for Construction
- Digital Business Services
- Digital Production, Design and Development
- Digital Support Services
- Education and Childcare
- Healthcare Science
- Onsite Construction
From September 2022:
- Design and Development for Engineering and Manufacturing
- Engineering, Manufacturing, Processing and Control
- Maintenance, Installation and Repair for Engineering and Manufacturing
- Management and Administration
From September 2023:
- Agriculture, Land Management and Production
- Animal Care and Management
- Craft and Design
- Hairdressing, Barbering and Beauty Therapy
- Media, Broadcast and Production
- Legal Services
Finding T Levels
T Levels are provided schools and colleges.