T Levels are a brand-new qualification that mark a significant change in technical education. T-levels follow GCSEs. They are equivalent to three A-Levels, and will become one of the main choices for student in Year 12 and Year 13, alongside A-levels and apprenticeships. They are a two-year qualification that bring together classroom-based learning and work placement, on a course designed in collaboration with employers. T-Levels also carry UCAS points for progression into Higher Education.
Upon completion of the course, students will achieve the T Level Health, a technical qualification in Health and Science equivalent to three A-Levels.
T Level Health is designed to give you the knowledge and understanding of contexts, concepts, theories and principles relevant to the Health sector. The qualification will enable you to develop Health sector professional competencies, and apply the knowledge and skills you learn in a variety of contexts and for a variety of different purposes within the Health sector.
Coursework and Exams
Five Grade 5s at GCSE, including a minimum of Grade 5 in GCSE English Language, GCSE Maths and GCSE Science.
On completion of the Health T Level, you may progress onto study in Higher Education, focusing on a career in Adult Nursing, Midwifery, Mental Health, Supporting the Care of Children and Young People, Healthcare Support, Occupational Therapy, Paramedics, or another Health Sector related occupation.
On completion of the Health T Level, you may progress onto a Higher-Level Apprenticeship. The NHS has a wide range of Advanced Level Apprenticeship that students can progress onto, on completion of the course:
Enter straight into the world of work in the Health Sector as an Ambulance Support Worker, Healthcare Support Worker, or Senior Healthcare Support in Health setting.