Students need to have 5 GCSEs at grades 4 – 9, including English, Maths, and Science.
Future Study and Careers
After you finish your course, you can either go to university for further study, apply for a higher apprenticeship, or go directly into employment.Career options include:
If you know you want to start a career in the Science sector, particularly in a role working in a lab, then a T Level in Laboratory Sciences is a great choice for you.
T Levels will help you build the core skills, knowledge, and experiences you need for success in the sector. Designed in collaboration with employers, these two-year courses provide an alternative option to A Levels and apprenticeships by combining classroom theory, practical learning, and industry experience into one unique learning opportunity.
These courses are assessed through assessments throughout the year, as well as externally-set exams and an externally-marked project.
Specialist Occupational Learning
Employer Set Project
This project will be related to your core learning. You’ll face a challenge from the Science sector – as identified by employers You’ll put your knowledge into practice as you work to research, design, test, and evaluate a solution to the challenge.
As part of your T Level, you’ll complete 315 hours of industry placement. Here you’ll develop specific skills and get to grips with the real world of work.