T Levels Work preparation and employability skills
The primary aim of a T Level is to enable your students to progress into a technical occupation. As part of their T Level each student must complete a minimum 315-hour industry placement.
The T Level Foundation Year should give students the opportunity for meaningful employer engagement. This should include the following:
- High quality work experience
- Work preparation and employability skills development
- Route-based work-related projects
Qualifications available from Pearson:
Learner skills and experience
When starting their T Level Foundation Year, your students will have a range of work and employability experience.
Some students may already have regular part-time jobs giving them exposure to multiple employability skills, but they may need specific skill development such as Level 1 Essential Digital Skills in the workplace, or a specific unit from the Level 2 BTEC WorkSkills.
Other students may never have had a job and will need more support and assistance in this area. Our BTEC WorkSkills suite starts at Entry Level, enabling you to choose units at the right level to really boost your student's confidence and skills in this area.