A T-Level qualification combines classroom theory, practical learning and a substantial work experience placement to ensure you have the skills to thrive in the world of work. The equivalent of three A Levels, T-Levels are recognised by UCAS to support applications to study at university. The course is based on many work- based skills being assessed in clinical practice. Some learning can be achieved through your employer if you are already working in an appropriate healthcare setting.
Higher education courses such as BSc in Adult Nursing, Mental Health Nursing or Midwifery. You could also progress onto a Foundation Degree in Health and Social Care. Employment options may include health care assistant, health care support worker or social care assistant.
Reflective evaluation and research skills