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Resources and support hub

Resources and support hub

Welcome to the Resource and Support Hub for T Level Technical Qualifications.

Here you’ll find a range of teaching, learning and planning resources for tutors as well as information and support regarding approval, quality assurance, registration, bookings, timelines, fees and communications for all staff.

Approval and quality assurance

The approval window for eligible providers opens on Monday 26 February 2024, ready for first teaching in September 2024.

Only eligible providers can apply, please check if you are eligible.

View the approval timeline

Approval and quality assurance guide 

 

Application forms

To apply for approval to deliver T Level Qualifications from September 2023, you will be required to download the relevant forms via the link below.

  • If you are not currently an approved T Level Provider with City & Guilds, you will need to use the TL-A1 form to obtain full Provider approval.
  • If you already have full Provider approval, you will need to use the TL-A2 extension form to apply for additional T Level qualifications.
  • If you applied to deliver T Level Qualifications from September 2021 and have deferred delivery continuously since this time, you would be required to complete the full Provider approval process again by using the TL-A1 form. 

Within this link, you will also find the TL-DS form. This is a template for all delivery staff which will allow them to add employment history and any relevant qualifications and CPD. This form can be used as an alternative to a CV.

Access the T Level Provider Approval forms

 

Approval support webinars

Our Quality team are hosting an approval webinar on 29 February to support providers eligible to apply for approval. This webinar will help providers prepare for their T Level application and gain an understanding of what is expected during the process.

Register for the webinar

If you are wanting to apply for approval for teaching in September 2024 we highly recommend you attend the webinar, or watch the recording below prior to submitting your application. This webinar is aimed at those team members who will be involved directly in the approval process.

Watch webinar recording


Comparison of monitoring

AOs have different processes in place to monitor delivery of T Level Technical Qualifications. The purpose of all monitoring activities is the same, however they may be carried out in slightly different ways.

Download our comparison document

 

Self-assessment

At the start of each academic year, providers delivering T Level Technical Qualifications (TQs) are required to complete a self-assessment.

This is part of the annual provider review carried out by the Quality team, is mandatory and must be completed and returned to City & Guilds by the last working day of October.

Only one self-assessment form is required per provider.

Download the self-assessment document 

Specifications and centre documents

Teaching, learning and planning resources

These documents provide essential guidance and information for the planning, delivery assessment and administration of the T Level TQs.

General

T Level Welcome Pack (PDF)

Teaching, Learning and Assessment guide (PDF)

Guide for Higher Education Institutes (PDF)

Higher Education providers accepting Engineering and Manufacturing T Levels (PDF)

Higher Education providers accepting Management and Administration T Level (PDF)

Qualification Assessments - Potential error notification form (PDF) 

Website navigation video for T Level support materials (YouTube)


construction iconOnsite Construction  

Construction 2023-24 Key Dates (PDF)

Construction 2024-25 Key Dates (PDF)

Onsite Construction annual calendar (PDF) 

Onsite and BSE high level presentation (PDF)

Onsite learner leaflet (PDF) 

Onsite Construction HEI Information Factsheet (PDF)


BSI iconBuilding Services Engineering  

Building Services Engineering 2023-24 Key Dates (PDF)

Building Services Engineering 2024-25 Key Dates (PDF)

Building Services Engineering annual calendar (PDF)

Onsite and BSE high level presentation (PDF)

BSE learner leaflet (PDF) 

BSE for Construction HEI Information Factsheet (PDF)


engineering iconEngineering and Manufacturing 

Maintenance, Installation and Repair 2023-24 Key Dates (PDF) 

Maintenance, Installation and Repair 2024-25 Key Dates (PDF)

Manufacturing, Processing and Control 2023-24 Key Dates (PDF) 

Manufacturing, Processing and Control 2024-25 Key Dates (PDF)

Design and Development 2023-24 Key Dates (PDF)

Design and Development 2024-25 Key Dates (PDF)

Engineering and Manufacturing annual calendar (PDF)

Engineering learner leaflet (PDF) 

Engineering and Manufacturing HEI Information Factsheet (PDF)

Engineering and Manufacturing high level presentation (PDF)


Business iconManagement and Administration 

Management and Administration 2023-24 Key Dates (PDF)

Management and Administration 2024-25 Key Dates (PDF)

Management and Administration annual calendar (PDF)

Management learner leaflet (PDF)

Management and Administration HEI Information Factsheet (PDF)

Management and Administration high level presentation (PDF)


land iconAgriculture, Environment and Animal Care

Agriculture, Land Management and Production key dates schedule 2023-2024 (PDF)

Agriculture, Land Management and Production annual calendar (PDF)

Agriculture, Environment and Animal Care learner flyer (PDF) 

Agriculture, Land Management and Production HEI Information Factsheet (PDF)

Land-based Services high level presentation (PDF)

Curriculum delivery planners

Onsite Construction

T Level Curriculum delivery planner sample On-site Year 1 (XLSX)

T Level Curriculum delivery planner sample On-site Year 2 (XLSX)

T Level Curriculum delivery planner On-site Year 1 Blank (XLSX)

T Level Curriculum delivery planner On-site Year 2 Blank (XLSX)


Building Services Engineering

T Level Curriculum delivery planner sample BSE PH Year 1 (XLSX)

T Level Curriculum delivery planner sample BSE PH Year 2 (XLSX)

T Level Curriculum delivery planner sample Electrotechnical Year 1 (XLSX)

T Level Curriculum delivery planner sample Electrotechnical Year 2 (XLSX)

T Level Curriculum delivery planner BSE Year 1 Blank (XLSX)

T Level Curriculum delivery planner BSE Year 2 Blank (XLSX)


Engineering and Manufacturing

T Level Curriculum delivery planner sample E&M Year 1 Core (XLSX)

T Level Curriculum delivery planner sample E&M with OS Year 1 (XLSX)

T Level Curriculum delivery planner sample E&M with OS Year 2 (XLSX)

T Level Curriculum delivery planner sample E&M Year 1 Core Blank (XLSX)

T Level Curriculum delivery planner sample E&M with OS Year 1 Blank (XLSX)

T Level Curriculum delivery planner sample E&M with OS Year 2 Blank (XLSX)

T Level E&M Example Timetable semester (PDF)

T Level E&M Example Timetable (36 weeks with OS) (PDF)

T Level E&M Example Timetable (36 weeks Core only) (PDF)

T Level E&M Example Timetable Year 2 (PDF)


Management and Administration

Curriculum Planners sample year 1 (XLSX)

Curriculum Planners sample year 2 (XLSX)

Sample weekly M&A timetable (PDF)


Agriculture, Land Management and Production

T Level Curriculum delivery planner sample Year 1 (XLSX)

T Level Curriculum delivery planner sample Year 2 (XLSX)

Sample weekly timetable (PDF)

Tutor resources

construction iconOnsite Construction

Published resources

Onsite Construction Core Text Book (Sample Chapters) (PDF)

Tutor resources

The schemes of work have been updated (page 1) to signpost the importance of embedding into your teaching the core skills listed against each criterion in the qualification specification (6 February 2024).

(1) Health and safety in construction (ZIP)

(2) Construction science principles (ZIP)

(3) Construction design principles (ZIP)

(4) Construction and the built environment industry (ZIP)

(5) Construction sustainability principles (ZIP)

(6) Construction measurement principles (ZIP)

(7) Building technology principles (ZIP)

(8) Construction information and data principles (ZIP)

(9) Relationship management in construction (ZIP)

(10) Digital technology in construction (ZIP) (Updated 27 September 2022) 

(11) Construction commercial/business principles (ZIP)

 

BSI iconBuilding Services Engineering

Published resources

Building Services Engineering for Construction Core Text Book (Sample Chapters) (PDF)

Tutor resources

The schemes of work have been updated (page 1) to signpost the importance of embedding into your teaching the core skills listed against each criterion in the qualification specification (6 February 2024).

(1) Health and safety in construction (ZIP)

(2) Construction science principles (ZIP)

(3) Construction design principles (ZIP)

(4) Construction and the built environment industry (ZIP)

(5) Construction sustainability principles (ZIP)

(6) Construction measurement principles (ZIP)

(7) Building technology principles (ZIP)

(8) Construction information and data principles (ZIP)

(9) Relationship management in construction (ZIP)

(10) Digital technology in construction (ZIP) (Updated 27 September 2022) 

(11) Construction commercial/business principles (ZIP)

(12) Building Services Engineering (BSE) systems (ZIP)

(13) Maintenance principles (ZIP)

(14) Tools, equipment and materials (ZIP)

 

engineering iconEngineering and Manufacturing

Published resources

Engineering and Manufacturing T Level textbook (Sample Chapter 2) (PDF)

Engineering and Manufacturing T Level Text Book (Sample Chapters) (PDF)

Tutor resources

The schemes of work have been updated (page 1) to signpost the importance of embedding into your teaching the core skills listed against each criterion in the qualification specification (6 February 2024).

(1) Working within the engineering and manufacturing sectors (ZIP)

(2) Engineering and manufacturing past, present and future (ZIP)

(3) Engineering representations (ZIP) (Updated 6 October 2022)

(4) Essential mathematics for engineering and manufacturing (ZIP) (Updated 29 November 2022)

(5) Essential science for engineering and manufacturing (ZIP)

(6) Materials and their properties (ZIP) (Updated 12 October 2022)

(7) Mechanical principles (ZIP)

(8) Electrical and electronic principles (ZIP)

(9) Mechatronics (ZIP)

(10) Engineering and manufacturing control systems (ZIP)

(11) Quality management (ZIP)

(12) Health and safety principles and coverage (ZIP)

(13) Business, commercial and financial awareness (ZIP)

(14) Professional responsibilities, attitudes and behaviours (ZIP)

(15) Stock and asset management (ZIP)

(16) Continuous improvement (ZIP)

(17) Project and programme management (ZIP)

 

Business iconManagement and Administration

Tutor resources

The schemes of work have been updated (page 1) to signpost the importance of embedding into your teaching the core skills listed against each criterion in the qualification specification (6 February 2024).

(1) Business context (ZIP)

(2) People (ZIP)

(3) Quality and compliance (ZIP)

(4) Finance (ZIP) (Updated 6 December 2022)

(5) Policies and procedures (ZIP) (Updated 16 September 2022)

(6) Project and change management (ZIP)

(7) Business behaviours (ZIP)

 

land iconAgriculture, Environment and Animal Care

Tutor resources

(1) Health and safety (ZIP)

(2) Sustainability (ZIP)

(3) Working in the agriculture, environmental and animal care sector (ZIP)

(4) Ethics (ZIP)

(5) Business (ZIP)

(6) Equality (ZIP)

(7) Communication (ZIP)

(8) Relationship management (ZIP)

(9) Finance (ZIP)

(10) Information and data (ZIP)

Registration, bookings and results

Please use this form to notify City & Guilds about learner withdrawal from T Level Technical Qualification or just from the Occupational Specialism only or about any TQ registrations made in error.

Inform C&G about learner withdrawal

T Level Registration, Assessment Entry and Results Guide (PDF)

T Levels Technical Qualifications Grading Guide (PDF)

Assessment guidance

The following documents provide guidance on how to deliver and mark assessments which form part of the T Level technical qualifications.

Employer-Set project

Download the Employer-Set Project guidance (PDF)

 

T Levels/ESP Guidance

This bitesize video will walk you through how to upload T Level ESP evidence for your learners - Watch the video

 

Occupational Specialism assessments

Download the TQ Occupational Specialism Assessment Process Guide. (Not applicable for Management & Administration) (PDF)

Download the Occupational Specialism Assessment Process Guide. (Management & Administration Only) (PDF)

 

Gateway declaration

The following form must be used to confirm the standardisation gateway test has taken place. When the declaration form is complete, it should be submitted via the Moderation Portal, along with the official submission of candidate’s evidence and marks.

Gateway Standardisation Declaration form

 

Onsite Construction

Bricklaying guide to marking - Read the guideWatch the video

Carpentry & Joinery guide to marking - Read the guide | Watch the video

 

Building Services Engineering

Electrotechnical Engineering guide to marking - Read the guide | Watch the video 

Plumbing, Heating and Gas Engineering guide to marking  - Read the guide | Watch the video

Quality delivery portal

The Quality delivery portal is the online administration platform used throughout your T Level journey with City & Guilds to facilitate the secure submission of GDPR sensitive documents.

Providers will initially be given access to the portal once a full Provider application form has been accepted by the Technicals quality team, to allow for the required supporting documents, like policies, procedures, staff CVs and Certificates, to be shared securely. This portal is where we will share reports from the various quality assurance activities throughout the year. We will also share the live assessment material for the Employer Set Project and the Occupational Specialism on this platform to the relevant staff members.

The Quality delivery portal centre user guide can be downloaded below, which explains how to use the portal and how to access and upload evidence.

Download the Quality Delivery Portal user guide

We are currently creating supporting videos to improve your experience using the Quality Delivery Portal.

Take me to the Quality Delivery Portal

Moderation portal

The Moderation Portal is the online administration platform used to facilitate the submission of marks and evidence and the moderation of the Occupational Specialism for T Level qualifications.

Submitting evidence to Moderation Portal may take a significant amount of time depending on the number of users, network speeds, file sizes and number of learners you are uploading evidence for. Therefore, we strongly advise centres to prepare and upload evidence in advance of the submission deadlines wherever possible.

Take me to the Moderation Portal

The Moderation Portal centre user guide can be downloaded below, which explains the full process for centres, including information on how to manage Moderation Portal centre user accounts, how to enter marks/grades, and how to upload evidence.

Download the Moderation Portal Centre User Guide


Supporting videos

Accessing Moderation Portal: A step by step guide to accessing the City & Guilds Moderation Portal, the online platform for submitting marks, outcomes and evidence for T Levels.

Moderation Portal - Uploading evidence for T Levels: A step by step guide to uploading evidence for a cohort using the City & Guilds Moderation Portal, the online platform for submitting marks, outcomes and evidence for T Levels.

Moderation Portal - Account Management: A guide to managing your account on the City & Guilds Moderation Portal, the online platform for submitting marks, outcomes and evidence for T Levels.

Post-results services

For post-results services, these two documents should be used together: 

For appeals, these two documents should be used together:

Fees