This morning the Department for Education published the list of T-level employer panel members for the routes that will be taught from September 2022 and 2023.
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The panels are responsible for developing the outline content for new T-levels. They are made up of employers, professional bodies and providers and help in creating technical education programmes.
“I am thrilled these talented industry experts have come on board to help make T-levels a success,” said skills minister Anne Milton.
“They will play a key role in creating a world-class technical education system for our country.
“Introducing T-levels is a once in a generation moment. The direct experience of panel members will help to create gold-standard T-levels that give young people the skills that employers need.”
The employer led panels announced today will shape new T-level programmes in: animal care and management; agriculture, land management and production; human resources; management and administration; catering; craft and design; cultural heritage and visitor attractions; media, broadcast and production; and hair, beauty and aesthetics, and will be first taught from 2022.
The nine new panels will join the 16 existing that are already up and running, designing the outline content for the first tranche of T-levels, in routes including digital; legal, financial and accounting; education and childcare; health and science; engineering and manufacturing; and construction.