EAL collaborate with City & Guilds in T Levels
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EAL, Semta Group’s awarding organisation is proud to announce success in a joint bid with City & Guilds in delivering two T Level qualifications under the Construction route: in Building Services Engineering and On-Site Construction.
Available for delivery by eligible providers from September 2021, the qualifications form part of the second wave of T Levels.
The Department for Education (DfE) and Institute for Apprenticeships and Technical Education (IfATE) selected the collaboration, following a competitive bidding process. EAL will be supporting the development and delivery of the qualifications as City & Guilds’ partners.
The introduction of T levels forms a major shift in the provision of technical education for students post 16, offering an alternative to A Levels and apprenticeships.
EAL is delighted to have been awarded the Construction T Levels in partnership with City and Guilds. As the leading specialist awarding organisation in engineering they are immensely proud to be a part of the reshaping of the skills landscape for the Construction route: in Building Services Engineering and On-Site Construction.
This is their second successful partnership with City & Guilds, after they were jointly awarded the contract to develop Construction and Built Environment qualifications for Wales back in July.
They are especially proud to have been chosen as an organisation who can be trusted to deliver this seismic reform. Helping enable and bring to life the DfE and IfATE T Level ambition.
EAL is looking forward to working with key stakeholders within these crucial industries over the months and years. From Government to employers, EAL will lead the charge on creating the best solutions for skills development.
The sectors that these T Levels are servicing are the backbone of the country’s economy and EAL recognises the important part we will play in the development of skills on behalf of these industries, as well as the career journey to those who embark on a vocation within the sector.
To find out more give our Customer Experience team a call on 01923 652400 or contact [email protected].
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