We welcome views on proposed outline content for the Technical Qualification for the Legal T Level. This content was developed by a T Level panel of experts and will be used by an awarding body to develop the Technical Qualification for the Legal T Level..
The outline content for the first three T Levels (in Construction, Digital and Education and Childcare) has already been approved and published as part of the Invitation to Tender (ITT) for the first wave of T Level Technical Qualifications. These T Levels will be rolled out from September 2020.
T Levels are new two-year, technical study programmes that will be available across 11 industry routes. Alongside apprenticeships and A levels, T Levels will be one of the three major options available to students aged 16 – 19.
T Level panels of experts set out the knowledge and skills required for the Technical Qualification within each T Level, based on the same occupational standards as apprenticeships. This ensures that individuals taking T Levels can develop the technical knowledge and skills required by employers in that industry.
The Institute oversees the development and approval of the standards, qualifications and occupational maps for T Levels and apprenticeships. In addition to their role in approving apprenticeship standards, the Institute’s Route Panels – made up of employers and industry experts – will scrutinise the outline content for all T Levels. The Institute will also award and manage contracts for the development of T Levels.
Why we are seeking your views
Draft outline content has been developed for the Technical Qualification to be included in a T Level in:
We are seeking your views to help ensure that the outline content captures the right knowledge, skills and performance outcomes that will enable students to enter employment within their chosen occupational specialisms. Our Route Panels of employer experts will consider your views when scrutinising the outline content documents.
Please respond by midnight on Tuesday 26 February 2019.
What happens next?
We will consider your responses as we scrutinise the outline content for the Legal T Level.
We will publish the final content in later this year.