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Case study: planning the student journey with The Manchester College


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Introduction

Providers that have been delivering the first and second wave of T Levels have put in a great amount of time and attention into developing and implementing the T Level student journey. This resource will give you an insight into how schools and colleges have managed to successfully plan a brand-new T Level curriculum and key personal advice to support your planning.

Who is this resource for?

This resource is for people that will be involved in the planning and delivery of T Levels from a school or college provider type setting. This includes senior leaders, middle managers and delivery staff.

How to use this resource

This case study focuses on how The Manchester College planned its T Level student journey. By watching the complete 9 minute video, you will gain valuable insights from senior leaders and middle managers, employers and students. 

Video transcript

The questions listed below are addressed in the video.

Overall T Level strategy

We wanted to make technical education and "careers, not courses" our focus.  T Levels fitted in nicely with that!

What has made the T Levels a success for The Manchester College?

How do you celebrate T Level success?

How did you approach the T Level programme and specification?

Partnerships with employers

Why are partnerships important?

How do you keep the learning up to date and relevant?

Student view

Induction process

Employer insight

Top tips from The Manchester College

  • Early engagement and partnership with employers
  • Invest in your team
  • Look at the specification holistically and weave the different components together
  • Identify your partners
  • Take advice from other providers
  • Stop thinking and start doing!

Useful resources and links

Implementing T Levels

How employers can contribute to T Level delivery


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