UVAC’s corporate supporter, City & Guilds, would like to invite expressions of interest from universities to be part of time limited working groups to provide feedback on the Technical Qualification component for the Engineering & Manufacturing, and Business Management & Administration T Levels set to be delivered in 2022.
The working groups would have a key role in reviewing the content of the Technical Qualifications, including providing feedback on the suitability for progression to Higher Education programmes including higher and degree apprenticeships.
The importance of ensuring progression routes exist for these highly aspirations qualifications is a key discussion point at UVAC’s Higher Education and Awarding Organisation Committee which meets 2-3 times per year. For more information about this group see HERE and you are welcome to join the next meeting on Friday 29 January at 11h00 by contacting [email protected] to join the conversation across partners about the impact of the reforms to qualifications at levels 3, 4 and 5.
Remuneration will be paid to individuals at City & Guilds current consultant rates.
Please contact Alison Whittle Post -16 Technical Adviser at City & Guilds directly for further information.