The government has released a list of colleges that will be teaching T-levels to students from 2020. The selected colleges range throughout England and will give teenagers the opportunity to try something different to traditional A levels. The T-levels will include courses in education, construction, digital and childcare, where the student will also have a … Continue reading The colleges who will be the first to teach the new T-levels have been announced
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Providers are now able to begin bidding to become the first organisations to deliver the new T-level qualifications. Today (17/1/2018) the Education and Skills Funding Agency has published guidance which invites providers to state their interest, and it also sets out the all-important criteria they will have to meet; the devil is always in the … Continue reading T-levels are now open for business!
The government has today launched the public consultation process for the new T-level qualifications. The consultation has been delayed for a considerable amount of time, but it has finally arrived. The consultation takes the form of an online survey and has 45 questions. It will close on 8th February 2018 - and so we have 10 … Continue reading T-levels – The Consultation Process
In yesterday’s November Budget, the Chancellor Philip Hammond announced that the government will invest an extra £20 million to help colleges to prepare for the introduction of the new vocational T-levels. This comes on top of the £50 million that was announced in July, which will be available from April next year (2018) to help … Continue reading Extra Funding for T-Levels Announced
The leaves are still turning yellow and falling from the trees, and so that can only mean two things – the central heating needs to go on, and it must the political party conference season! I will be looking at the three main parties education pledges over the coming weeks. Last week I looked at the … Continue reading Conference Season – The Conservative Party’s Education Plans
The leaves are turning yellow and falling from the trees, and so that can only mean two things - the central heating needs to go on, and it must the political party conference season! I will be looking at the three main parties education pledges over the coming weeks. So let’s start with Labour As … Continue reading Conference Season – Labour’s Education Plans
Background and Introduction T Level is the handy title the media have given to the government’s new raft of post-16 vocational qualifications – set to be developed and phased in between 2020 and 2022. The government describes its plans as the ‘biggest overhaul of post-school education in 70 years’, and it will be funded by … Continue reading T Levels – What you need to know?