Tag Archives: T-Levels

A hollow sounding Industrial Strategy


On Tuesday two events took place in the House of Commons that displayed how incoherent the Government is over one of its high profile ‘solutions’ to the needs of businesses for trained individuals that the Government has claimed is needed. … Continue reading

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Do we need radical changes in education?


The speed and cost with which change takes place in our education system is woeful based on two specific and current examples. The introduction of T-Level courses which are the vocational and technical equivalent of A levels had been discussed … Continue reading

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Limitations of effective work placements


Just over a month ago the Department for Education published their latest ideas that lie behind the proposals for ‘T Level’ qualifications. They made it clear that a great deal is still up for debate as they begin to analyse … Continue reading

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“We’re introducing” means very little!


In last weeks budget Philip Hammond made the following statement We’re introducing T-levels. And today I provide a further £20m to support FE colleges to prepare for them. Whilst this was hardly a detailed statement, it did indicate a sense of immediacy, … Continue reading

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