T Levels are made up of three elements:
This will be split into two parts:
Technical knowledge and skills relevant to the T Levels industry. You’ll need to demonstrate that you:
• Understand how your industry works;
• Understand how occupational specialisms fit within the
• Know the working practices in the industry.
An employer-set project which will require you to apply your knowledge and skills to a set challenge.
The core component will be 100% externally essessed.
You’ll learn specialist skills for your industry in a classroom-based environment, such as workshops and labs. You will need to show evidence of your achievement and demonstrate your ability to work in your chosen industry.
The specialist skills element will be by externally assessed, except for an internally marked observation element.
Industry placements are an essential part of the T Level qualification, and you’ll complete between 45-60 days in a placement. This means you’ll develop the workplace skills that employers are looking for, gain a clearer idea about the job and even the possibility of opportunities to secure future employment!