Providers risk handing back £38m in next 20 years if they quit T-levels

A pot of £38 million has been made available to colleges and schools to help build new classrooms and refurbish buildings in readiness for the introduction of the new technical qualifications next year. FE Week reports.

The Department for Education this week confirmed to FE Week that providers who win the funding risk having to hand it back if they stop offering T-levels within the next two decades.

Sixth Form Colleges Association chief executive Bill Watkin called this “a significant commitment” which sends out a clear message: investing in T-levels is a long-term strategy.

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