Delivery of T Levels started in September 2020 and as plans advance for the further rollout in 2021 and beyond, AELP members are once again turning their attention to what they are and what they may mean for their provision. The purpose of this briefing paper is to recap on AELP’s positioning on T Levels since the time of their first inception. It is not intended as an overview of T Levels and how they work, but is a brief recap of AELP’s approach to underlying policy.

Overall, our lines have been consistent form the outset and remained largely unchanged. They can be quickly summarised as: (See below).

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