Cultural Heritage and Visitor Attractions

This T level cultural heritage and visitor attractions page is a dedicated page that will release updates about the course’s contents which will consist of courses on how to do certain types of cultural heritage and visitor attractions work. Which would include things such as learning about all the different heritages and visitor attractions. You would go to work with English Heritage at one of their castle or Stonehenge. There’re many different places you could go to with endless opportunities. it could also help with things in the future. It will also give you a good insight into what the course has to offer once the details are released. It will be good for those who like making things from scratch.

Course Structure and Placement

The cultural heritage and visitor attractions t level qualification will be a two-year course that is equivalent to 3 A level qualifications. The course will be offered by many colleges from September 2021, which means students will be able to start applying for places on the cultural heritage and visitor attractions t level course in 2021. You will get a lot of experience with working with heritage companies. This t level course has a placement in industry that is 315 hours. cultural heritage and visitor attractions firms are currently developing placements and course content alongside the government to come up with relevant and engaging content.

T Level Cultural heritage and Visitor Attractions Exams

The t level cultural heritage and visitor attractions exam structure hasn’t been defined yet but regardless of a student’s previous qualifications the cultural heritage and visitor attractions t level have a standard maths and English test that all students must pass to gain their qualification this is the same for every T Level qualification. This will determine part of their overall grade. You will need the grades of at least a level 4 in Maths, English and Science to be able to participate in the course. The t level will be graded as pass, merit or distinction and will be worth 3 A levels. The grades will be split as follows:

• An overall cultural heritage and visitor attractions t level grade.
• A separate grade for the cultural heritage and visitor attractions specialist.
• Another broken down grade for the cultural heritage and visitor attractions work studied.
• grades for the t level maths and English test which will be graded A* to E.
• Information about the cultural heritage and visitor attractions placement and the colleges that will do the course.