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T-levels: what you need to know

Mar 09, 2017

T-levels: what you need to knowStarting in 2019, new 'T-levels' will offer training in practical skills as an alternative to A-levels.

The new qualifications will replace lots of different existing ones to try to make the system simpler. They will also include more training time than current courses do.

T-levels will be available in 15 different areas, including construction, childcare, transport and digital, and you will be able to study them at college or through an apprenticeship.

Get more details about T-Levels.

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