More T Level providers announced for 2021

A second wave of further education providers have been announced to deliver T Level courses from 2021.

T Levels will be high-quality technical alternatives to A Levels, combining classroom theory, practical learning and an industry placement.

The Government has also announced a further £3.75 million for 2019/20 to cover costs such as producing materials to help the first wave of T Level providers to recruit young people.

The Government has also published the response to its T Level funding consultation which confirms how it intends to distribute the increased funding. This includes confirmation that additional funding will be provided to support T Level students who have not yet met the minimum English and maths requirement (GCSE or equivalent).

There will be additional funding to support disadvantaged young people while on an industry placement and extra funding for T Level students who are aged 18 to ensure that they have access to the additional hours that are needed for larger T Level courses.

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