T Levels have arrived at New College!
Our first student cohorts are now studying our T Levels in Health, Childcare, Digital and Lab Sciences, in fantastic new facilities including a mock hospital ward with triage rooms, a nursery, a wet lab and cyber lab.
If you want to join them, there's still time! To enrol, just drop in Monday to Friday between 10am and 4pm or email email@example.com
New College Swindon are the first provider in Swindon and Wiltshire to offer the new T Levels.
These qualifications are designed to develop skilled workers for sectors of the UK economy. Alongside technical skills, students achieving a T Level will possess the literacy, numeracy and digital skills, wider transferable skills and attitudes required to be successful in specific careers.
They have been developed in partnership with employers and benefit from the unique insights of industry leaders. This means that learners will have the skills and knowledge needed to compete and get ahead in today’s job market.
- last for two years and are studied five days per week (80% classroom and 20% workplace Time)
- are equivalent to three A Levels, carrying the equivalent UCAS points
- prepare learners for a skilled career by providing practical skills and knowledge
- include an extended industry placement of at least 315 hours
- are assessed through a combination of exams, course work, workplace reviews, an employer project and an end-point assessment. To pass the qualification, students must have fully completed the extended placement and gained the necessary level of work experience (validated by the employer).
New College currently offers T Levels as follows:
Education and Childcare:
Health and Science:
For 2022 entry, we will also be offering T Levels in Business Administration and Accounting and Finance - details coming soon.
Are they for me?
If you are currently in Year 11 and want to reach an advanced level of technical excellence in a chosen career pathway, then a T Level at New College could be for you!
Entry requirements are standard ones i.e. five grades at 9-5, including English Language and Maths. Some students may be able to study an A Level alongside their T level, if it is relevant to their chosen route.