It’s #TLevels Celebration Week (4 to 8 July)!

As the first cohort of T Level students come to the end of their courses this term, we’re encouraging T Level students, providers, employers, and stakeholders to get behind the week and share what they are doing to celebrate the achievements of the students. Our aim is for as many stakeholders as possible to really bring T Levels to the forefront of the technical skills agenda and make a real impact, using the hashtag #TLevelsCelebrations which will help us amplify T Level success.

 

We have written to all our key stakeholders asking them to get involved. This includes Awarding Organisations, MPs with T Level providers in their constituencies, the All-Party Parliamentary Group on T Levels and other employer ambassador networks.

 

We have produced a toolkit which contains a range of content including, key messages, social media posts, template press release, guidance for producing videos and ready to use case studies and video content to help you support the week and future celebration activity. You can share your T Level success stories all week by using our hashtag #TLevelsCelebrations

 

If you’re struggling to decide on what you can do to support the week, we’ve come up with 3 Top Ways to get involved…

  1. Use the hashtag #TLevelsCelebrations in any social media posts (suggested copy in toolkit) you do about T Levels during the week, tag any other accounts that are sharing content
  2. Share any success stories you know about or those from the toolkit, using the hashtag #TLevelsCelebrations
  3. Share or repost the content we’ll be posting in the T Level Ambassador LinkedIn Group, using the hashtag #TLevelsCelebrations

We want to share what an incredible job everyone involved in the development and implementation of T Levels has done and to showcase the successes of the 2020 students.

 

Let’s do all we can to take T Levels to the Next Level!

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