Introducing T Levels at Hartpury
theory and developing a strong foundation of knowledge. The other 20% of your time will be spent on industry placement; putting that knowledge into practice in a real-life setting and gaining applied skills. Our Innovation, Careers and Enterprise (ICE) teamwill support you to find a placement that matches your career goals. Which T Level can I study at Hartpury? We'll start delivering T Levels within our agriculture, animal, and equine subject areas in 2024. Check our website for the most up-to date course information. Howwill myT Level compare withA-levels? A T Level qualification is worth the same amount of UCAS points as three A-levels. When you finish your course, you'll have the practical skills and expertise to enter employment in a technical role and make a difference from day one of your career. Studying a T Level qualification can lead to aworld of opportunities. Wherewill yours take you?
T Levels are set to become one of the main choices after GCSEs. Developed with employers and educational providers, these two-year ‘technical programmes’ give students the applied skills that industries need. With a T Level, you’ll gain a high-quality education and heaps of practical skills. This will open a clearly defined route into further study or a skilled role within our related land based industries. We’ve answered your most frequently asked T Level questions below. Why should I study a T Level? The key benefit of completing a T level is the sheer amount of on-the-job experience it includes. You’ll spend 315 hours – that’s 45 days or nine weeks – gaining first-hand experience of your chosen career whilst developing the practical skills that employers are looking for. That’s in addition to the outstanding education you’ll gain in the classroom. When you finish your T Level, you’ll be well-prepared to launch a successful career and help to create a stronger economy for our future. Howwill I study a T Level? In order to prepare you for a technical role, your learning will take place inside and outside the classroom. You’ll spend 80% of your time with our expert teaching staff, learning the
Did you know? T Levels are similar to apprenticeships in some ways. They are designed with employers and approved by the Institute for Apprenticeships and Technical Education.
*Subject to receiving an offer and meeting the grade requirements.
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