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How to deliver T Levels

  1. Register to become a T Level provider Register to become a T Level provider

    You can now register to deliver T Levels in the 2024 to 2025 academic year.  To register, complete the online registration form by midnight on 24 March 2023. Find out more about registering to become a T Level provider If you’re a current T Level provider If you were selected to deliver T Levels in 2020, 2021, 2022 or 2023, you do not need to submit a registration form to continue delivering T Levels (this includes starting new courses) in the 2024 to 2025 academic year. You will need to register with the awarding body for your chosen T Levels to continue delivering the courses. 
  2. Get support with planning and delivering T Levels Get support with planning and delivering T Levels

    You’ll find lots of guidance and information about delivering T Levels on this website, including workshops and webinars hosted by the DfE, AoC and others.  The DfE has also commissioned other organisations to provide support at no charge to T Level providers: Association of Colleges (AoC) Providers who register to deliver T Levels can access preparation support delivered by the AoC. This provides one-to-one support with planning a high-quality T Level offer. All eligible providers are encouraged to take up the support offer.  This support is available: 2 years before your delivery date if...
  3. Get help with facilities from the T Level Capital Fund Get help with facilities from the T Level Capital Fund

    The T Level Capital Fund is available to help eligible T Level providers have world-class facilities for the delivery of T Levels.  The fund is formed of the Specialist Equipment Allocation (SEA) and the Building and Facilities Improvement Grant (BFIG). Specialist Equipment Allocation (SEA) SEA is available to all eligible T Level providers when they begin delivery of a T Level route for the first time. You should use SEA to help buy industry standard specialist equipment you need to deliver T Levels. If you are delivering T Level routes for the first time from September 2023, you do not n...
  4. Source and deliver industry placements Source and deliver industry placements

    The T Level industry placements delivery guidance on GOV.UK includes advice on: setting learning goals how to prepare students industry placement completion exceptions and criteria for special considerations additional allowable route-specific models and approaches of industry placement delivery Our employer engagement case study takes you through how other T Level providers have engaged and worked with employers.    Employers can search for T Level schools and colleges online, so make sure you have updated the National Careers Service Course Directory so they can find you. Find out how...
  5. Plan your T Level curriculum Plan your T Level curriculum

    Once you know which T Level subjects you want to deliver, you can plan your curriculum.  You’ll find core course content, as well as specifications and outlines from the awarding organisations on our course information pages. Our T Levels curriculum case study contains insights and tips from other providers around curriculum planning. There are also case studies on a range of other subjects related to T Level planning and delivery. Keep an eye on the T Level events for any upcoming curriculum planning workshops or webinars, and the key dates page for important dates and deadlines.
  6. Promote T Levels Promote T Levels

    Communications and marketing activity are a critical part of the implementation plan to raise awareness of and engagement with T Levels. For students The ‘Get the Jump’ Skills for Life campaign brings together all education and training choices for young people in one place, so students can easily explore and compare their options.  Our T Levels website also explains everything students and parents need to know about the qualification and includes a tool to help them find their nearest T Level school or college.  For providers We also support T Level providers with promotional materials, in...
  7. Manage and submit T Level results Manage and submit T Level results

    Use the Manage T Level results service to collect T Level component results data, calculate overall T Level results and issue T Level certificates.  You can use the service to tell us: if a learner has completed an industry placement if a learner has achieved an equivalent for English and maths GCSE grade 4 or above from outside England and Wales whether a placement has been completed with special considerations. Find out more about how T Level results and certification works T Levels and UCAS points To support progression to higher education, UCAS have confirmed the tariff for T Levels. ...
  8. Progression from T Levels Progression from T Levels

    We expect that some T Level graduates will progress from their course to a relevant apprenticeship at level 4 or higher, building on the knowledge, skills and behaviours they have developed during their T Level course. Employers are already considering how T Levels can be an access point for higher apprenticeships. The Institute for Apprenticeships & Technical Education has published progression profiles for the first wave of T Levels, which show how T Levels provide a strong foundation, which can lead to a range of opportunities in employment, apprenticeships, higher and further education....