The government has today (27 May) announced the first 52 colleges and post-16 providers to teach T-levels. Courses in construction, digital, and education & childcare will be first taught from September 2020. A further 22 courses will be rolled out in stages from 2021, which will cover sectors such as finance & accounting, engineering & manufacturing, and creative & design.
David Sainsbury, who chaired the Independent Panel on Technical Education, whose 2016 report led to the current reforms said:
“I am delighted with the excellent progress being made with the implementation of T-levels. For too long the only educational opportunity that many young people have had is to take technical qualifications that fail to equip them with the knowledge an