T Levels are brand new two-year technical courses. They are an alternative study option to existing qualifications such as A Levels and Apprenticeships and will provide progression routes into skilled and technical employment, or onto higher/degree apprenticeships and university. T Levels will combine the career focus and practical elements of current technical and professional qualifications like BTECs and NVQs, with the theory and study of traditional A Levels. Developed with employers, they are designed to provide the skills and knowledge required to get into a technical career. T Levels will combine classroom study with on-the-job training as part of a substantial industry placement, lasting a minimum of 315 hours. This forms a core component of the T Level.

What do T Level technical qualifications include?

  1. Core theory, concepts and skills for an industry area
  2. Specialist skills and knowledge for an occupation or career
  3. An industry placement with an employer
  4. Maths and English if you haven’t already achieved the minimum standard
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