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Vocational and Technical Education
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Vocational and technical education

Vocational and technical education describes a wide range of pathways that help young people to gain the skills that they need for work, including T Levels. This section particularly discusses the pathways that are primarily based in education providers, while the section on apprenticeships discusses the pathways that are primarily located in employment. 




Key sections

  • T-levels are the government’s new approach to vocational and technical education for young people. This section provides an overview of key information about the T-levels and discusses how employers can get involved in them.


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