- The Institution of Agricultural Engineers (IAgrE) invites you to a forum to explain the recent shake-up in education and what this means for the Land-based sector
- The event draws together a panel of experts to explain what T-Levels are, how they work and what this means for employers, students and colleges
The T-Level in Land-based Engineering will become the new vocational course for those wishing to study full time in college from 2023. T-Levels are 2 year courses, equivalent to 3 A-levels and will eventually replace the National Diplomas in England. As an alternative to apprenticeships and A-Levels, the T-Level will give learners a pathway into the industry or higher education, and includes a 45 day industry placement.
This event will be of interest to both employers and training providers, industry and educational experts will give an overview of the background to the qualification, the content it will cover and the different pathways and routes the young person can take once completed.
Agenda & Speakers:
11.00 – Introduction and welcome
Charlie Nicklin, CEO IAgrE and member of LE-TEC, promoting Land-based training
11.05 – Overview of T-Levels in the Land-based sector
Chris Jones, Industry Manager Land-based Services, City & Guilds
11.20 – Content of T-Levels in engineering & technology and how industry/employers can help – David Kirschner, Independent Land-based Engineering Consultant, involved in the development and review of Apprenticeships and T-Levels
11.35 – T-Level Courses-how they work and who is supporting them Melvin Johnson, Land-based Engineering Consultant with LANTRA & City & Guilds, with 30 years experience in FE Land-based Enginering Education
11.50 – Q & A Chaired by Charlie Nicklin
12.30 – Forum ends