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20 October 2022 - T Level Newsletter

This week's newsletter includes updates on:

Update your T Level information in the National Careers Course Directory now

Whether you are an existing or new T Level provider, you can now update your course directory information for 2023 using the guidance here.

Ensure your information is up to date so students, parents and employers can find you.


T Level support – Provider case studies

Video case studies from different education provider types have now been added to the T Levels support for schools and colleges in which providers have explain what worked well for them. They include links to useful resources and the provider top tips for success. 

Click on the links below to hear from a mix of provider contributors, employers and students how they planned their T Level student journey.

Case studies – T Levels support for schools and colleges


National Learning Event for Industry Placements

The AoC Industry Placement team are hosting a National Learning Event on Wednesday 9th November 2022, 9 am - 4 pm.

The T Level Industry Placement National Learning Event is a free event, taking place at the Midland Hotel Manchester, and is open to all Wave 1, 2 and 3 providers delivering T Levels.

The event will allow you to share best practice and network with all T Level providers who are at different stages of the journey, as well as attend bespoke, wave-specific breakout sessions. This is a rare national networking opportunity for all those delivering T Levels and an opportunity to hear from and engage with employers, DfE, policy experts and T Level Project Leads.

This event is aimed at those responsible for delivering T Level Industry Placements. You also have the option of adding a second delegate if you wish.

Please click on the link below to see the full agenda and to register for the event.

Registration Link

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact AoC at


Industry placements in the Civil Service

The Civil Service is an exciting place for young people to build their careers and this could start with a T Level industry placement. An industry placement in the Civil Service provides students with a valuable opportunity to experience a Government Department or Arm’s Length Body and further explore a Civil Service career.

The Civil Service is increasing the number of placements available for AY 22/23 (and beyond) across Digital, Finance, Accounting and Management and Administration T Levels in a variety of locations. Available placements are dependent on the type of work being carried out at any given time, the location of the team and availability of dedicated mentors/placement managers.

If interested, please contact the central team in Cabinet Office who are leading on coordinating placements to see what opportunities may be available:

For more information on a career in the Civil Service you can visit:


T Level certificates and statements of achievement

T Level certificates and statements of achievement are due to be sent to providers by 7 November.

If you have not already provided your organisation’s address, please note that you must confirm the address to which certificates should be sent in the Manage T Level results service by 31 October.

For further information please visit the website.


Awarding Organisations Updates


T Level Technical Qualification in Catering – Draft TQ Specification

Highfield are now releasing the draft TQ Specification to all providers eligible to deliver the T Level in Catering programme from 2023. All eligible Providers (whom Highfield hold contact details for) will receive an email directly with instructions on how to access this.

Thank you to those who have already registered for early access, you can still request access to the draft TQ Specification by emailing


Pearson’s October E-Bulletin was published and included the following: 

  • Q&A Networks and Training events 
  • Registrations and entries 
  • ResultsPlus  

Read the October E-Bulletin



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