Apply now to study a T Level at Chichester College in September 2020:
Want to learn more about T Levels? Come and speak to our T Levels Team at the Chichester College Spring Open Evening on Thursday 12 March 2020.
T Levels are new two-year, technical qualifications which have been designed with employers to give you skills which are needed by industry!
They’ve been developed as an alternative to A-Levels and will give you have real experience of the workplace by combining classroom study, practical learning and a three month industry placement.
Developed in collaboration with employers and businesses, you can be assured they will give you the knowledge and skills that will prepare you for work.
T Levels will provide the skills, knowledge and experience that will help you get a foot in the door to your career.
T Levels are a great choice if you:
T Levels are made up of three elements:
This will be split into two parts:
Technical knowledge and skills relevant to the T Levels industry. You’ll need to demonstrate that you:
An employer-set project which will require you to apply your knowledge and skills to a set challenge.
You’ll learn specialist skills for your industry in a classroom-based environments, such as workshops. You will need to show evidence of your achievement and demonstrate your ability to work in your chosen industry.
Industry placements are an essential part of the T Level qualification, and you’ll complete between 45-60 days in a placement. This means you’ll develop the workplace skills that employers are looking for, gain a clearer idea about the job and even the possibility of opportunities to secure future employment!
The sky is the limit! When you complete your T Level, you’ll have lots of opportunities including:
Employment in a skilled occupation;
Higher or degree level apprenticeships; or
T Levels are a lot like A-Levels, and are an option to consider once you have completed your GCSEs. To be accepted onto a T Level, you should have five GCSEs at grade 9-4, including English and maths.
T Levels will be introduced at Chichester College in September 2020, which means if you leave school in June 2020 you’ll be able to study a T Level in:
Don’t panic! We know that not everyone who would like to start a T Level will be ready at age 16. There will be ‘transition’ courses to help you get to where you need to be to start your T Level.
If you have any questions, get in touch. You can email us at email@example.com or call 01243 786321.
That’s great! Employers are essential to the success of our T Level programmes and we’d love to speak to you.
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01243 786321.