The T Level qualification has been developed in collaboration with employers and businesses so that it meets the needs of industry and to ensure you have the knowledge and skills needed to progress into skilled employment or higher level technical training in the industry sector.
The breadth of content will ensure you can apply your skills for different purposes and in different roles. The qualification is made up of two components studied over two years.
This provides you with the knowledge that underpins the industry with topics covering the following areas:
Working within the Business and Administration Sector
People in Business (Human Resources & Recruitment)
Quality and Compliance
Finance (including basic accounts and SAGE)
Policies and Procedures
Project and Change Management
An Employer-set project provides the opportunity to develop and apply a minimum range of core skills important for employability.
The second year of the course focusses on the occupational specialism, Business support and a 315 hour mandatory work placement with up to two employers.
Minimum five grade 4-9 at GCSE or successful completion of the Level 2 course, and English and/or maths at grade 4.
You will be assessed through externally set and marked examinations (60% of grade) and employer set project (40% of grade) and an assignment based on the occupational specialism.
T Level Technical Qualification in Management and Administration
This technical qualification will support students on to a range of progression routes including employment, higher education and higher apprenticeships. Students may choose to stay with us and complete a specialist qualification such as AAT accounting available at our Newhaven campus.
Text book £30
T Levels are new courses which will follow GCSEs and will be equivalent to three A Levels. These two-year courses have been developed in collaboration with employers and businesses so that the content meets the needs of industry and prepares learners for work. Additional mandatory parts of the T Level that need to be achieved: A 315-hour (45 day) minimum industry placement A requirement for students to work towards the attainment of maths and English if they have not already achieved grade 4 at GCSE, as they do on other 16 to 19 programmes
This course is currently only available to students aged 16-18 on the 31st August of the year of entry.