T Level courses will include the following compulsory elements:a technical qualification, which will include core theory, concepts and skills for an industry areaspecialist skills and knowledge for an occupation or careeran industry placement with an employera minimum standard in maths and English if students have not already achieved themEvery T Level will include an industry placement with an employer focused on developing the practical and technical skills required for the occupation. These will last a minimum of 45 working days but can last longer. Employers can offer industry placements as a block, day release or a mix of these.Providers will support employers offering industry placements. This will include assistance with the necessary paperwork, a careful planning process and support with designing the industry placement.The Education and Skills Funding Agency (ESFA) and National Apprenticeship Service (part of ESFA) will work with employers and providers on industry placements.
|Qualification name||BTEC Extended Diploma in Construction and the Built Environment (QCF)|
|Awarding organisation||Pearson Education Ltd (Formerly EDEXCEL)|
|Course type||Classroom based|
|Course start date||6th September 2021|
|Cost description||Please contact provider - fees will be paid by the government for adults without a full level 3 already|
For the Transition Level you must have either one English or Maths at Grade 4 or aboveLearners on this T Level will have already achieved their Maths and English at grade 4. In the case of learners who dont have grade 4 in Maths or English they can undertake the Transition Level in which they will have the opportunity to undertake Maths and English to obtain a Grade 4 or higher
Every T Level will include an industry placement with an employer focused on developing the practical and technical skills required for the occupation. These will last a minimum of 45 working days but can last longer. Employers can offer industry placements as a block, day release or a mix of these.
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Tasks and briefs given for each of the occupational specialisms. Students will be given a work related problem to solve, where knowledge, understanding, skills and behaviours are drawn together. Briefs will require the student to analyse set of variables provided in context to the occupational specialism; research of a local environment, design a workable solution to the problem and verification of the solution with the client. Students will be observed operating safely when carrying out tasks.
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|Name||Dudley Advance II|
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