T Levels

T Levels are an exciting new option in sixth form education that provide a recognized qualification tailored to industry needs and skills. It’s a great choice for students that want to learn practical skills relevant to certain jobs, regardless of whether they want to go on to study for a degree, take alternative further education or go straight into the workplace after sixth form.


Download The Parents' Guide to T Levels to see whether T Levels could be the best choice for your teen. 

The Parents' Guide to T Levels

T Levels are a vocational alternative to A levels (because they focus on industry) and include practical study as well as classroom learning.


If your teen is considering whether to take one, download our free parent guide to see how you can help them make the right choice! Our free guide includes information on:

  • What's involved and where it might lead afterwards

  • The subject choices available as of 2022

  • What they’ll learn on the course

  • The qualifications needed to take them

  • The Transition Programme for those struggling to meet minimum entry requirements

  • The industry placement

  • A summary of alternative options if T Levels are not right for them


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The Parents' Guide to Post 16 options

If T levels don’t seem right for your teen, don't worry! There are lots of other options to consider, so your teen is bound to find something that takes them on the right pathway, suits their study style and that they find interesting.


For a detailed explanation about the choices available to them including information on where they might like to study, check out The Parents' Guide to Post 16 options. This guide includes information on:


  • What qualifications are on offer

  • Which qualifications are better suited to different types of learners

  • Where they can study – the pros and cons of different learning environments depending on the type of student

  • Considerations in making the right choices – both for getting the qualifications and how different qualifications can impact choices at 18 and beyond

  • GCSE results day – what to do if they don’t get the results they need

  • Where to go for further help and support

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