14
Mar
How can T Levels benefit my students?
18:00 to 19:00
14-03-22

Title: How can T Levels benefit my students?

This is a joint event organised by BCS Hampshire Branch, jointly with the Dorset Branch, BCS e-learning SG and BCSWomen SG.

SPEAKERS: Debbie Eacott and Bethany Brown, Fareham College

LINKS TO ATTEND:
The event is live and tickets are on sale now. The following links are for Eventbrite and Zoom:

Eventbrite: https://14-03-22-how-can-t-levels-benefit-my-students.eventbrite.co.uk

Zoom:

Topic: How can T Levels benefit my students?

Time: Mar 14, 2022 06:00 PM London
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Meeting ID: 820 8834 5229

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SUMMARY

Practical illustration of the benefits of T Level qualifications for your students

AGENDA

18.00 Start of presentation followed by questions and discussions

19.00 Estimated Finish

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SYNOPSIS –

This presentation includes: 

  • An overview of the T Level programme- what’s new, what’s different?
  • What type of students benefit?
  • Progression routes to HE, including degree apprenticeships, employment, and higher apprenticeships
  • How to identify the T Level opportunities in your area
  • An illustration of the range of T Levels available now and in the future
  • Views of students on the current digital T Level

SPEAKER BIOGRAPHIES

Debbie Eacott is the lead for digital T levels at Fareham College and Course Leader for the 3 Digital T levels. Debbie regularly engages with employers to carry out Technical reviews for the Industry placements, so enabling her to build up a strong employer relationship and requirements.

Debbie is also a freelance manuscript reviewer for Hodder Educational, a writer and reviewer for NCFE awarding body. Debbie is in her final year of her MSc Senior Leadership in Education.

Debbie is a Professional member of BCS, the Chartered Institute for IT.

Bethany Brown is a Work Placement Officer at Fareham College. Having graduated from the University of Portsmouth with a Master’s Degree in Criminal Psychology in the height of the pandemic, she swiftly began to look for a role in education.

Within her role at Fareham College, Bethany is part of the team responsible for sourcing and arranging industry placements for students, including industry placements for the recently introduced T Level qualifications.