These qualifications are being offered for the first time in 2022/23 and are a technical alternative to A
Levels, offering a route to University or an Apprenticeship. The T level is equivalent to 3 A levels and carries
the same UCAS points but with the advantage of a minimum 45 days engineering industry work experience
and a significant practical element to the course covering either of the following occupational specialisms:
Fitting and Assembly Technologies
Machining and Toolmaking Technologies
Progression Higher Education HNC/HND; BEng Degree in Engineering (multiple disciplines); Engineering
Core units and employer set project are externally assessed exams. Occupational specialisms are internally marked and externally moderated.