T Levels are new technical study programmes that will sit alongside apprenticeships within a reformed skills training system. The reforms are at the heart of a skills partnership between government, business and education and training providers – a partnership that will create the skills revolution needed to meet the needs of the economy.
The Government has committed to bringing in T Levels on a phased basis starting from the 2020/21 academic year, which will see the introduction of the first three T Level routes for Digital, Construction and Education and Childcare. T Levels are new two year, technical programmes designed with employers to give young people the skills that industry needs.
More information can be found in the T Level Action Plan published in December 2018. This guide is for eligible further education providers wishing to apply for a T Levels Capital Fund grant for facilities improvements to support T Level delivery in 2020/21.
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