Competition will be vital to the success of T levels

‘Lower-risk’ scenario of multiple awarding bodies would incentivise suppliers to be innovative and provide a better quality service, argues Kirstie Donnelly

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As the last parliamentary session closed, the Technical and Further Education Act was passed, establishing the framework for a programme of reform that should transform professional and technical education delivery in England. If, that is, it is designed and implemented properly.

Of course, we’ve been here before and the City & Guilds Group’s Sense and Instability report (bit.ly/SenseInstability) highlighted the damage that the endless churns and changes within technical education have caused over the past three decades. That said, we now have a once-in-a-generation opportunity to reshape ...

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