Why should I choose Reaseheath College to study a Forestry & Arboriculture T Level at?
Why are T Levels important in the Forestry & Arboriculture sector?
How will a Forestry & Arboriculture T Level help me stand out to employers & universities?
What are the benefits of studying a Forestry & Arboriculture T Level?
What opportunities will I get during a Forestry & Arboriculture T Level?
What can a Forestry & Arboriculture T Level student look forward to over the next academic year?
T Level FAQ’s
What are T Levels?
T Levels are a new qualification for 16–18 year-olds, introduced by the Government to give you more options to gain those essential workplace skills and experience.These exciting programmes are the equivalent of A Levels but with the addition of a substantial work placement and are key to the Government’s ambitious programme to provide the technical expertise for the jobs of the future. They offer a mix of classroom learning and ‘on-the-job’ experience which includes a substantial industry placement of at least 315 hours.
When are your T Levels starting?
T Levels starting from September 2022:
- Management and Administration (Business)
- Construction – Design, Surveying and Planning
- Onsite Construction Trades (Brickwork, Joinery or Plastering)
T Levels starting from September 2023:
- Tree and Woodland Management and Maintenance (Arboriculture)
- Agriculture (Livestock)
- Land-based Engineering (Agricultural Engineering)
- Food Sciences
T Levels starting from September 2024 onwards:
- Animal Care and Management
- Equine Care and Management
Who are T Levels for?
T Levels are for students ages 16 to 19 years old (20-24 with an EHCP) who want to continue in education for a more vocational course and approach to learning. These courses offer ‘on the job’ career experience as the programme requires an industry placement of 315 hours (45 days).
What is a T Level qualification?
T Levels are equivalent to 3 A Levels.
How many UCAS points does a T Level have?
|96||Pass (C or above on the core)|
|72||Pass (D or E on the core)|
Do you have employer links?
Reaseheath College proudly has many T Level employer partners that will support our students throughout their study with us. This enables the students to have as much practical industry experience as possible.
What happens if I don’t pass Maths and English?
You can still study a transition to T Level programme with us. This will prepare you for a T Level and will allow you to resit your Maths and English at the same time.
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