Theresa Mary May is a British politician serving as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and Leader of the Conservative Party since 2016. She served as Home Secretary from 2010 to 2016. May was first elected Member of Parliament for Maidenhead in 1997.
introduced A new professional qualification, the T-level, in England in September 2020.
But what you are, who you are meant to be, and why they are introduced?What are the T-Level?
Aimed at 16-to 19-year-olds, rather than academic subjects.
the courses will be presented from September 2020 and the last two years. They include a mixture of classroom learning and on-the-job experience with an internship of a minimum of 315 Hours - about nine weeks.
vocational school students can currently choose between thousands of different courses and qualifications. The government says, T-level, things are less confusing for students and employers.T-level-courses include classroom learning and internships
T-level students with a range of themes to choose from, including accounting, catering, Finance, hair and beauty, and manufacturing.
Those who successfully complete the course has passed the award for a total of four varieties, starting with a distinction*. You will receive a nationally recognised certificate, your total grade and list what you achieved.
T-be introduced in stages, in England only. For the rest of the UK, Btecs (available in the UK), NVQs (available in England, Wales and Northern Ireland ) and other professional training courses such as Scottish Vocational Qualifications (SVQs) shall continue to apply.Who are the T-Level is?
T-levels are aimed at students looking for an alternative to A-Level.
they are also targeted to those who do not want to have a training that usually has 80% of the students with an employer.
Instead, T-levels offer a mix of classroom study and technical training, and subjects such as mathematics, English and digital skills.
currently, about half of the awarded qualifications to 16-to 18-year-olds in England are guilds for vocational courses such as Btecs and city &.estimate of The Number of A-Level or vocational course
Englandsource: Department of education what do they replace?
Some courses will be examined to only a few students, or none at all. There are also many different qualifications to choose for certain skills, with More Than 30 for plumbing.
The Department for education is to stop the funding of over 40% of these accounts it is the T levels.how is a T-level value?
students who successfully participated in a T-level is a qualification in comparison to the study of three A-levels, says the government.
And those who reach the top grade level is the equivalent of three A*s A -.
For those hoping to go to the University admissions service Ucas a star says award value 168 Ucas points - the same as three A*s.
Those who are awarded a merit, the equivalent of three Bs at A level.Why were they introduced?
T-levels were announced in 2017 as a result of a government, the assessment of the training after the age of 16 years. The aim was for young people "work-fit" in A Number of key industries.
the Former Prime Minister Theresa May had previously announced that it will slash The Number of vocational courses available. To would of the time, the said government, the help to avoid confusion for students and employers.
But some organizations are concerned with the question of why a large number of vocational courses, will no longer be funded by the government, if there is no comprehensive review of More Than 50,000 degree courses available in the UK.