T Levels are a two-year qualification, designed by leading businesses and employers to give you a head start towards your career!

They are an alternative to A levels, BTECs and apprenticeships and include a 45-day industry placement. They also carry the same number of UCAS points as three A levels, which means you could choose to progress on to university, into employment or on to a higher/degree apprenticeship.




You’ll spend 80% of your time in College and 20% on a 45-day placement with an employer, gaining amazing experience.


1 T Level is equivalent to 3 A levels, which means you can progress to university, employment or a higher/degree apprenticeship!


T Levels have been designed with leading businesses and employers to give you the knowledge and skills you need to succeed.

What T-Levels are available with us?

Course Area T Level Entry Requirements
Education and Childcare Early Years Educator 5 GCSEs at grade 4 or above including English language and maths and a clear DBS.
Health Supporting the Adult Nursing Team 5 GCSEs at grade 4 or above including English language, maths and science.


T-Level Transition Programmes

If you’re not quite ready for a T Level, we offer T Level Transition Programmes which are a one-year course designed to prepare you for your chosen route. T Level Transition Programmes will give you the relevant knowledge, practical and study skills to excel in your subject.





Do I have to find the industry placement?

We’ll do this together! We’ll support you to find and secure your industry placement to ensure it matches your career aspirations and aligns to your T Level route. We already have great relationships with local and regional employers, which means you’ll get the most out of your work experience.

What support is available?

You will be fully supported by your course tutor and progress coach throughout your studies including access to the College’s dedicated safeguarding and mental health wellbeing team.

What’s the difference between a T-Level and an apprenticeship?

Apprenticeships are paid work, suitable for students who know what occupation they want to pursue and wish to train ‘on the job’ (80% in the workplace, 20% off the job). T Levels are largely classroom based, with a significant industry placement (80% in the classroom, 20% in the workplace).

What can a T Level lead to?

T Levels can lead to university, a higher/degree apprenticeship or employment!

Why have T-Levels been developed?

T Levels are a big part of the Government’s plan to transform education in the UK. They will create a new generation of highly skilled workers that the UK needs for its future economy to be successful.