The Government’s radical streamlining of technical qualifications raises challenges and uncertainties for further education providers. Colleges, employers and awarding bodies need to understand the single licensing model and be prepared for the implementation of T levels, so that young people can transform their vocational skills and benefit from the overhaul from the outset.
Join Westminster Briefing in March to hear how you can effectively develop, deliver and award T Levels in 2020. Following the latest T Level Action Plan, hear the results of the T-Level work experience pilots and implement findings to ensure your college meets the needs of employers and higher education institutions to improve outcomes for students.
- Lucy Sydney, Director of Strategic Relationships for VTQ, Ofqual
- Mike Davies, Deputy Director for T Level Development, Department for Education
- Sam Dilliway-Davies, Head of T Level Professional Development, The Education and Training Foundation
- Further speakers to be announced
Key Issues to be Addressed:
• T Levels: progress over the last 6 months
• DfE competition: how your bid can win the right to develop, deliver and award the first qualifications
• Ensuring the reforms are valued by and match the needs of employers
• Smoothing the pathway from tertiary education to degree apprenticeships and technical degrees
• Lessons from the T Level work experience pilot: building relationships with employers
• Providing clarity and support during the transition period
• Best practice from providers who are set to deliver T Levels in 2020
About the Day:
The morning session will focus on Government plans for the transition period. You will hear from the Department for Education on how they plan to support the sector in providing a new world-class technical education system.
The afternoon session will look closely at good practice by further education providers and employers. This will be your chance to hear form those close to the T Level consultations on how they are overcoming the challenges and issues faced.
Morning refreshments will be served upon arrival with a networking lunch to follow. Any special needs or dietary requirements should be notified to us upon booking.
The event is CPD certified, and a certificate is available confirming your attendance.
Who Should Attend?
Anyone with an interest in Technical and Vocational Education, including but not limited to: Principals & Vice Principals, Curriculum Teams, Assessment Teams, Skills and Work-based Learning Departments, Tutors, Coaches, Teaching & Learning Specialists, Partnership Teams, Local Authority 14-19 Teams, Training Providers, Awarding Bodies, Employers and Higher Education Institutions offering degree apprenticeships.
The event is CPD certified. A certificate is available after the event.
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