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Celebrating successful beginnings

T Levels represent one of the biggest educational reforms in a generation.  

T Levels represent one of the biggest educational reforms in a generation.

Launched in September 2020, a year like no other, the robustness, rigour and versatility of T Levels has been tested against the most challenging of backdrops. T Level providers, students and employers have overcome the various hurdles with unwavering commitment, and their hard work and dedication have been fundamental to the success of T Levels this year.

With the first year of T Levels now complete, we’re inviting you to join us in celebrating successful beginnings. You could be commemorating learner achievement, completion of industry placements or just celebrating your first term in teaching a new T Level!

We want to hear T Level success stories from students, carers, providers and employers, so please share them with us on social media by using the hashtag: #SuccessfulBeginnings.

T Levels – the start of something special

Hear from NCFE providers, students and employers about their T Level success in this video. 

Find out more about students’ success in their T Level industry placements. 

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Reflections on the first year of T Level delivery 

A message from Zac Aldridge, our Director of Qualifications and Assessment. 

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Share your T Level success story 

Post on social media with #SuccessfulBeginnings. 

A successful year at Priestley College

Find out how this college prepared for and adapted to T Level delivery.


A student’s story 

Hear what Lexie has to say about her T Level journey so far. 


T Level student wins award 

Find out why Education and Childcare T Level student, Katie, was awarded ‘Learner of the Year’. 


Thank you to the providers, students, employers and NCFE team who have worked so hard to make the T Levels a success so far.

Zac Aldridge, Director of Qualifications and Assessment at NCFE