||Paul Steer, Director of Policy and Strategy, OCR
||29 Apr 2019
||From £230 + VAT
This forum will examine the next steps for the implementation of the T Level programme which is due to be taught from 2020. It follows the announcement from the Education Secretary of the T Levels Action Plan, which confirmed the next wave of seven T Levels that will be taught from 2021 - health, healthcare science, science, onsite construction, building services engineering, digital support and services, and digital business services.
Delegates will discuss the design of the curricula following the publication of the final content of the first wave of qualifications from the Institute for Apprenticeships in Summer 2018, key themes emerging from Ofqual's recently published final consultation on their regulatory approach to the new qualifications and the initial consultation which confirmed that the regulator will allow students to take exams more than once throughout the year, allowing them to resit without delay.
Paul Steer, Director of Policy and Strategy at OCR, will be part of a discussion titled Regulation and assessment - implementing the new grading system, transitioning to a single awarding body system and achieving parity of esteem, which will be held towards the end of the seminar.
More information about the forum including the full agenda and how to register can be found on the Westminster Forum Project website.