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Case Study: The T Level Transition Programme at Weston College of Further and Higher Education

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Early T Level Transition Programme Providers (those who began to deliver the programme in 2020 and 2021) have been at the forefront of designing, developing and implementing the T Level Transition Programme in their own education institutions.

This resource will give you an insight into how a large General Further Education (GFE) college has successfully planned its T Level Transition Programme. It outlines the approach they have taken and provides key personal advice to support your planning.

Who is the resource for?

This resource is for people that are considering or involved in the planning and delivery of T Level Transition Programmes, particularly those in a GFE college setting. This includes senior leaders, middle managers and delivery staff.

How to use this resource 

By watching the complete video, you will gain valuable insights for senior leaders, middle managers and delivery staff. 

Video length: 9 minutes 21 seconds

Video transcript 

This GFE college case study is built around the following six key sections of the T Level Transition Programme. Click on the link to take you directly to this section of the video.

The design of the T Level Transition Programme

Work placement and contextualised learning

Meaningful employer engagement

Project based delivery

Tips and plans for the future

Final words from our colleagues at Weston College


Useful links and resources 

Please see below for links to further guidance resources to assist you with the planning, implementing and delivery of the T Level Transition Programme. 

T Level Transition Programme Framework for Delivery 

National Technical Outcomes 

Resource to support delivering the route-based project

Work experience template 

A guide for students

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