T Levels are two-year programmes for 16-18 year olds, developed in collaboration with employers and include a technical qualification that combines maths, English and digital skills. They will become one of three choices for learners after GCSEs alongside apprenticeships and A Levels.

The government has published the full list of providers who have been selected to deliver T Levels in the 2020 to 2021, 2021 to 2022 and 2022 to 2023 academic year and the T Levels they intend to deliver.

Read about delivering T Levels >

From September 2021:

  • City & Guilds and EAL will deliver the new Technical qualifications in Construction. Visit our dedicated webpage to find out more.

From September 2022:

  • City & Guilds and EAL will be delivering the wave 3 route in Engineering and Manufacturing. Visit our dedicated webpage to find out more.
  • City & Guilds and ILM will deliver the wave 3 route in Business and Management. You can also find out more on our dedicated webpage to find out more.

Our provider flyer gives more information on T Levels. We encourage you to use the flyer during your open events for parents and learners

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T Level funding

T Level funding arrangements are different to the way the government fund16-19 study programmes, attracting different uplifts and a higher rate of funding. There are also additional payments for work placements and early take up of T Levels.

Additional one-off payments for 2020 providers

In recognition of the additional costs that are unique to early T Level providers, the DfE will introduce additional one-off payments to providers for each new T Level introduced in 2020, and also for providers introducing the Transition Framework in 2020.

Comprehensive information on the T Level funding arrangements for the 2020-21, can be found on the gov website.

T Levels action plan

This is the third T Level action plan which the Department for Education has published and aims to provide an implementation update for individuals and organisations interested in T Levels.

Read the full action plan >

Education and Training Foundation

The Education and Training Foundation (ETF) has announced the launch dates for it’s high-quality T Level Professional Development (TLPD) offer, which started to become available from 1 September.

Please fill out their online Expression of Interest form to receive direct and relevant updates.

Visit the dedicated website for more information.

T Level transition programme

he government has appointed the Association of Colleges (AoC) to run the T Level transition framework support programme. Working with their partners, The Challenge Network (TCN) they will support volunteer T Level providers who get involved in phased implementation of the T Level transition framework, running up to first delivery in 2020 and 2021.

Read more about the T Level transition framework > 

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