Welcome to T Level Tutors

This dedicated website is the place to find information relating to all the new t level qualifications. To begin with we will answer many of the frequently asked questions regarding the new t level qualifications. If you can’t find what you are looking for below then please submit your question via our contact us page.

What are T Levels?

T levels are new qualifications that are starting in 2020 and be taken by post 16 students.

Who can take T levels?

Student entering year 11 In 2019 will be the first set of students who can select t levels the following year when they enter year 12, but this will be limited to a few colleges in the country with a very limited number of t level courses.

How are t levels different to A levels?

They will be more vocational and focus on specific industries. In many cases the t-levels will be the stage before a higher-level apprenticeship or the preparation for a job in a specific industry. Each t level will be worth 3 A Levels.

How are t levels different to A levels?

They will be more vocational and focus on specific industries. In many cases the t-levels will be the stage before a higher-level apprenticeship or the preparation for a job in a specific industry. Each t level will be worth 3 A Levels.

What T levels will there be in 2021?

  • T levels in the following industries will be offered by many colleges in 2021.
  • Building services engineering
  • Digital business services
  • Health
  • Healthcare science
  • Onsite construction
  • Science

What T levels courses are there?

Student entering year 11 In 2019 will be the first set of students who can select t levels the following year when they enter year 12, but this will be limited to a few colleges in the country with a very limited number of t level courses.

• By 2021 most colleges in the country will offer some of the following t level qualifications.
• Accountancy
• Agriculture, land management and production
• Animal care and management
• Building services engineering
• Catering
• Craft and design
• Cultural heritage and visitor attractions
• Design, development and control

• Design, surveying and planning
• Digital business services
• Digital production, design and development
• Digital support and services
• Education
• Financial
• Hair, beauty and aesthetics
• Health
• Healthcare science

• Human resources
• Legal
• Maintenance, installation and repair
• Management and administration
• Manufacturing and process
• Media, broadcast and production
• Onsite construction
• Science