What are T Levels?

T Levels are new two year long courses that will commence once you have completed your GCSE’s. A T Level will be equivalent to three A Levels and will include not only classroom work but also relevant training in an office or industry environment. Approximately 45 days will be work based over the two year course.
T Levels are designed to provide students with adequate knowledge and work placed experience to begin a career in skilled employment, start an apprenticeship or go on to further education.
T Levels are currently available in the following subjects: accountancy,
agriculture, land management and production, animal care and management, building services and engineering, catering, craft and design, cultural heritage and visitor attractions, design and development, design and surveying and planning, digital business services, digital production, design and development, digital support and services, education, financial, hair and beauty and aesthetics, health, healthcare science, human resources, legal, maintenance and installation and repair, management and administration, manufacturing and processing and control, media and broadcast and production, onsite construction, science.