Government reforms will make it easier for young people and adults to identify the course that is right for them after GCSEs.
Young people and adults will have clearer qualification and training routes, as part of a shake up of the post-16 system to remove low-quality qualifications that lack job prospects.
The new system will create two clearly defined paths for people who have completed GCSEs or similar courses: academic, meaning qualifications that primarily lead to further study, and technical, those qualifications that primarily lead to skilled employment. This will mean everyone can see more easily how their studies support their future training or job aspirations.
Apprenticeships, A levels and new T Levels will become the main progression options after GCSEs.
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