If you know what kind of job you want to do in the future and enjoy technical training with lots of time to gain practical skills, T Levels are a great choice for you.
What are T Levels?
T Levels are technical qualifications introduced in 2020 that have been endorsed by business leaders and designed to get you career-ready. Depending on the T Level route, you’ll spend a minimum of 45-days (315 hours) working in industry to get the skills and experience that employers are looking for.
As a T Level student you’ll complete an industry placement that lasts a minimum of 315 hours (approximately 45 days). You’ll work with an employer to get the skills and experience that they look for in their future employees.
As T Levels have been endorsed by business leaders and designed with employers to meet their skills needs, you can be confident that your learning will be relevant and you’ll get the skills and knowledge needed to be successful in your chosen industry.
T Levels are a Level 3 qualification. Students achieving the very top grade in their T Level qualification will have the equivalent of three A*s at A Level - or 168 UCAS points.
You can enrol to study one T Level after your GCSEs and during the two-year programme, you’ll spend 20% of your time working with an employer and 80% gaining high-quality training in the classroom.
After successfully completing your T Level you can progress to employment, an apprenticeship, university or other higher education.