T Levels – new courses coming in September 2020 – ICM Registration

Reforming technical education and developing the T Level qualifications for post-16 students

The Institute of Construction Management [ICM] already provide early training on risk management and hazard identification into secondary education at Year-8 Level - and will support and register post-16 students undertaking T Level Apprenticeships ... these will follow GCSEs and will be equivalent to 3 A Levels. These 2-year courses have been developed in collaboration with employers and businesses so that the content meets the needs of industry and prepares students for work -

ICM recognise the vital important role competent workers play in the construction industry - and intend to provide Registration of Attainment and create a cost effective membership level with a searchable facility to display achievers seeking employment and to provide ongoing support ...

T Levels will offer students a mixture of classroom learning and ‘on-the-job’ experience during an industry placement of at least 315 hours (approximately 45 days). They will provide the knowledge and experience needed to open the door into skilled employment, further study or a higher apprenticeship

Students will be able to take a T Level in the following subject areas that will registered and recognised by ICM:

  • building services engineering
  • craft and design
  • cultural heritage and visitor attractions
  • design, development and control
  • design, surveying and planning
  • digital production, design and development
  • digital support and services
  • financial
  • maintenance, installation and repair
  • management and administration
  • manufacturing and process
  • onsite construction

The Institute of Construction Management is planning to commence to open a new unique End Point Assessment Organisation ─ ICM staff are discussing arrangements with the ESFA

Watch the short video that explains all about the duty of the EPAO ─ CLICK HERE ─

Timeline

Autumn 2020

First T Level courses start for specific occupations in 3 industries:

  • digital production, design and development
  • design, surveying and planning
  • education

Autumn 2021

T Level courses start in these subject areas:

  • building services engineering
  • digital business services
  • digital support and services
  • health
  • healthcare science
  • onsite construction
  • science

Autumn 2022

T Level courses start in these subject areas:

  • legal
  • financial
  • accountancy
  • maintenance, installation and repair
  • manufacturing and process
  • design, development and control
  • human resources
  • management and administration

Autumn 2023

T Level courses start in these subject areas:

  • animal care and management
  • agriculture, land management and production
  • craft and design
  • cultural heritage and visitor attractions
  • media, broadcast and production
  • hair, beauty and aesthetics
  • catering

T Level Action Plan 2019

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