BIG ISSUE: T-LEVELS
The Education and Childcare T-Level is one of the first of three T-levels coming in from 2020.
The new two-year vocational college-based course will be equivalent to three A-Levels.
The Government will spend more than £10,000 on each childcare T- level in a bid to boost the numbers taking this new Level 3 programme.
Awarding organisation CACHE will be the sole body to develop and deliver the Education and Childcare T-Level.
Funding for some Early Years Educator courses is set to disappear once T-levels come in, Nursery World can reveal.
T-levels – the Level 3 programmes of study that will come in from 2020 – look set to replace the Early Years Educator qualification. Hannah Crown has an update
The tender process to develop and deliver the Education and Childcare T-Level has been launched by the Department for Education.
The DfE has acknowledged sector concerns around the short length of T-Level work placements and is considering extending the minimum number of hours, Nursery World...
There is growing concern among training providers and awarding bodies about the number of work placement days students on the Education and Childcare T-Level will...
Will the new T-levels be a bed of roses or a bumpy road? Hannah Crown gives the lowdown on the new vocational programme for Education and Childcare
The DfE has confirmed that the early years T-Level will provide students with a licence to practice upon completion.
The deadline for the consultation on the Education and Childcare T-level has been extended again until the end of the month.