T-Levels HE Progression


What are they?

T-Levels are a new type of technical qualification designed for after GCSEs. They have been designed alongside employers to help young people meet the needs of industry and prepare them for work.

Key info:

T-Levels are two-year courses.

They are equivalent to three A-Levels.

How will you learn: 80% classroom learning, 20% industry placement.

Placements are at least 315 hours (approximately 45 days).

In year 1 you study the core of your subject and will complete specialist learning in year 2 whilst completing your placement.

T-level routes include: skilled employment, further study or a higher apprenticeship.

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T-Levels at Monoux College

You will be able to apply for any of the following T Levels:

  • Digital: Digital Production, Design and Development
  • Health: Supporting the Adult Nursing team
  • Science: Assisted Healthcare

Support at Monoux

You will be able to access support in the following ways on your T Level:

  • HE and Careers guidance
  • Interview preparation
  • Personal Laptop
  • Clothing allowance for your placement
  • Travel allowance to and from placement
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T-Levels in Higher Education