T Levels – what you need to know

T Levels introduced in March 2017 are the government’s new raft of post-16 vocational qualifications – set to be developed and phased in between 2020 and 2022. The biggest overhaul of post-school education in 70 years.

T Level qualifications will sit alongside A Levels. Giving students a post-16 educational choice: The Academic Route (A Levels) or the Technical Route (T Levels).

CASCAID have developed an eBook to help career advisers and teachers understand what form the T Levels will take and how it will be implemented.

The eBook includes information on:

  • How they are different from current vocational qualifications
  • The proposed T Level Sectors
  • The benefits of T Levels
Download the eBook here

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