Have your say
- Mandated qualifications surveys for awarding bodies
- 2023 - Request for feedback on draft construction outline content
- 2023 - Catering and Hospitality Route Review survey
- 2022 to 2023 - Mandatory qualifications criteria (closed)
- 2022 - The Big Conversation (closed)
- 2022 - Animal Care and Management T Level (closed)
- 2022 - Marketing T Level (closed)
- 2022 - Post-16 (closed)
- 2021 - Draft outline content for the T Level in Pharmacy services (closed)
- 2021 - Occupational maps (closed)
- 2021 - Draft outline content for the T Level in Agriculture, Land Management and Production (closed)
- 2021 - (Provider) Agriculture, Environmental and Animal Care route (closed)
- 2021 - Draft outline content for the T Level in Animal Care and Management (closed)
- 2021 - (Provider) Draft outline content for Craft and design T Level (closed)
- 2021 - Draft outline content for the craft and design T Level (closed)
- 2021 - Future T Levels Suitability Consultations (closed)
- 2020 - Changes to the funding band process (closed)
- 2020 - L7 Senior Leader Occupational Standard (closed)
- 2020 - Draft outline content for Media, Broadcast and Production (MBP) T Level (closed)
Take part by submitting your views:Construction Support occupational specialism survey Construction Support occupational specialism outline content attachment please respond by midnight on Sunday 27th August.
We are seeking views from providers, employers, and industry experts.
A draft outline content is in development for a new occupational specialism. The occupational specialism sits within the existing DSP T Level Qualification. Views will be to support the development of this content. More details of this T Level are here: T Level in Design, Surveying and Planning for Construction.
T Levels are new 2-year courses taken after GCSEs and are broadly equivalent in size to 3 A Levels. For more information on the introduction of T Levels please visit: Introduction of T Levels - GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)
A T Level panel of experts have developed the outline content. An awarding body will use the outline content to develop the occupational specialism.
WHY WE ARE SEEKING VIEWS
An Outline Content aims to provide learners with:
- the specific knowledge and skills to progress to employment within the industry
- the foundation knowledge that would support progression to higher education courses
Employers, providers, and industry bodies are well-placed to feedback on the course's suitability. Feedback is crucial in developing the detailed qualification specification.
We are asking for those groups mentioned to take part in a short survey to help us find out:
- the suitability of the content for teaching in a study-based setting
- if there are gaps in content or content that is unnecessary
- whether the content will provide good preparation for skilled employment
- whether this content would provide a good preparation for students to go on to higher education in a relevant area
WHAT ARE T LEVELS
For more information about T Levels please visit: What are T Levels?
We are asking the relevant groups to take part in a survey about the attached outline content. Taking part will help us understand if the current iteration of the outline content suffices in the areas mentioned.
If you would like to send in your feedback, please respond by midnight on Sunday 27th August. We will consider your responses as we further develop the Outline Content.