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 T-LEVELS 


Study Via Hairdressing T-Levels

From 2023, you’ll be able to study hairdressing at T-Level



Have you heard about T-Levels, the new qualifications for students aged 16 to 18 that will be introduced in September 2020? These post-GCSE courses – described as “the gold standard technical course of choice for young people” are equivalent to studying three A-Levels, and will become one of three major options for students to study at Level 3, alongside apprenticeships and A-Levels.

T Level students spend 80% of the course in the classroom, learning the skills that employers need. The other 20% is a meaningful industry placement, where students put these skills into action.

A T-Level in hair, beauty and aesthetics is currently being developed, and is expected to be introduced from September 2023. It’s being worked on in collaboration with hairdressing employers and businesses so that when you qualify you’re better prepared for life in the industry.






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How are T-Levels being developed?

The Institute for Apprenticeships and Technical Education (IfATE) will be leading on apprenticeship and T-Level development. Its business plan outlines how it intends to make a positive impact on the design and delivery of apprenticeships and T-Levels.

Employers and providers are working together to develop each T-Level with support from the Department for Education (DfE) and IfATE. Groups of employers define the skills and requirements for each T-Level course by participating in T-Level panels. This ensures that students taking T-Levels will develop the technical knowledge and skills required by employers in that industry.

The T-Level panels have been developing the content for the qualifications based on the same standards as apprenticeships and these plans are being tested and reviewed with students, education providers and employers.




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