DfE reveals who will be allowed to deliver T-levels in 2022 – but there is a catch

The Department for Education has this morning revealed what it will take to join the select list of providers permitted to deliver T-levels in 2022. FE Week reports.

But there is a catch – they will not be permitted to deliver the T-levels introduced in 2022, the third of four years to roll-out all 25 T-levels.

According to the latest version of the T-level action plan (click here to download the 48 page document), providers will need to have an Ofsted rating of at least ‘good’ or ‘outstanding’, a financial health grade that is at least “satisfactory” and already be “delivering to a minimum of 10 qualifying students per T-level subject area”.

This means the new T-level routes introduced in 2022 (Legal, Finance and Accounting, Business and Administration and Engineering and Manufacturing) will only be available to the 2020 and 2021 providers.

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