Notification of Scheduled Maintenance

We continue to work toward important upgrades to Secure Client. These will provide enhanced functionality and security. Updates are now in progress and will continue between Monday 8th February and Wednesday 3rd March 2021. During this time our systems will be unavailable. 

Critical Action Required:

If you are planning to book and run exams between the 3rd March and 10th March, inclusively, we need you to provide us with prior notice. 

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Providers

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.

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

Download our provider flyer

Useful links

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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