Like the idea of achieving a sixth form qualification in construction:
- where you can demonstrate building services project management skills
- where you learn the engineering, science and business principles linked to the industry
- you go on site to work side by side with leading companies?
Then it’s time for T Levels.
- Construction: Design, Surveying and Planning
- Construction and Building Service Engineering (Electrical Installation Specialism)
- Construction and Building Service Engineering (Plumbing, Heating and Gas Specialism)
What to Expect
Over the next few years, T Levels will become one of the main routes through which a young person will start their career in construction and building services.
Tune in, from the comfort of your home to explore:
- How the T Level programme differs from existing technical/vocational and A Level qualifications
- How an Industry Placement takes you beyond the classroom and into the working world
- The employers we are working with
- A student’s experience on a T Level
More about T Levels:
- They are a two-year qualification equivalent to three A Levels
- They consist of 80% time in the classroom and 20% on an industry placement of 315 hours, equivalent to 45 days
- They encourage students to collaborate with the UK’s best employers and businesses