The government has published a full list of members of the first six T-level panels. These panels will be responsible for developing the outline content for new T-level course and are made up of employers, professional bodies and providers.
The subject areas covered by these panels are digital, education and childcare, construction, health and science, legal, financial and accounting and engineering and manufacturing – the six routes the government announced last month would be delivered in 2020 and 2021.
Last month's T-level Action Plan set out that while only a small number of providers will offer the first three qualifications from 2020, all pathways from the first six “priority routes” will be delivered by selected providers the following year. This will be followed by further expansions until the “vast majority” of providers will offer T levels by 2024, said the government, adding that the process to determine which providers will deliver the qualifications in 2020 will be confirmed by the government this autumn.