T Levels

Which T Levels can I study?

We are offering T-Level pathways in Construction, Adult Nursing, Digital, Engineering and Education & Early Years. Click the links below to find out more and apply!

T level in early years educator

t level supporting healthcare - supporting the adult healthcare team

T Level in Digital Production, Design and Development - digital production, design and development

T level in design, surveying and the built environment

plumbing and heating t level

electrotechnical engineering t level

mechatronics t level

machining and toolmaking t level

What are T Levels?

Designed by both the Government and businesses, T Levels make sure you complete your studies with not just a qualification but with all the current skills and knowledge employers need to help you start your career! This two-year qualification for 16-18 year olds, combines industry experience with classroom study – think of it as a mixture between apprenticeships and BTECs.

You will spend 45 days on an Industry Placement where you can put your skills into practice with the help of a local employer.

T Levels – what you need to know:

  • Like most 16 – 18 qualifications, T Levels are completely free
  • T Levels are a two-year qualification and during that time you will spend most of your time working in the classroom but will also complete a 45-day placement in a local business
  • A T Level Distinction* qualification is worth the same amount of UCAS points as 3 A Levels at A* or a BTEC Level 3 qualification at D*D*D*. This means you still have the option to progress your studies at university or you can enter employment with all of the skills and knowledge you need to get started
  • T Level students spend 80% of the course in their learning environment, gaining the skills that employers need. The other 20% is a meaningful industry placement, where they put these skills into action

What can I do with a T Level qualification?

When you have completed a T Level course, you will be able to choose between moving into:

  • A skilled occupation
  • Higher or degree level apprenticeships
  • Further study including Higher Technical Qualifications or Higher Education