Networks enable those involved in delivering T Levels, and those considering delivery in the future, to interact and exchange ideas and resources.

Networks are suitable for practitioners involved in the planning or delivery of T Levels, including teachers, trainers, support staff and managers.

Networks will provide you with the opportunity to:

  • collaborate with others to develop, exchange and explore approaches to T Level design and delivery
  • discuss and create resources that you can then use in your planning and delivery
  • develop creative partnerships and identify future CPD based on FE sector needs
  • share information, resources and toolkits to support T Level design and delivery

We are currently hosting Networks on:

  • Curriculum Design and Delivery for each 2020, 2021 and 2022 T Level routes
  • Industry Placements
  • Schools

How to book: To book onto a Network, you will need to create a profile or log in to the T Level Professional Development Platform (PDP). Please note, between 1 and 30 August the T Level area of the PDP will be unavailable as we carry out our annual review to improve the site. If you registered for CPD courses before 1 August, you will still have access to these during this time – find out more here.

Online Network Community Spaces

These spaces allow practitioners to connect digitally with other T Level provider staff, to communicate, share ideas, resources and insights. The spaces are hosted on Teams.

The network spaces have been created to allow participants to collaborate in a subject area space about T Levels. Participants in their professional pursuits, to support in maintaining connections formed with colleagues, to build strong and mutually beneficial ties between all participants, to promote goodwill in the community and to stimulate interest and enhance involvement with T Level professional development through increased opportunities for engagement and collaboration.

Q: How do I use the online community network space?

A: The community spaces are designed for flexible use, i.e., you can access and engage as and when you want to. The spaces are designed to act as collaborative spaces, and for users to post questions and share learnings.

Q: How do I access the Online Spaces?

A: You will receive a notification from Microsoft Teams welcoming you to the space, please do keep this for your reference and future access to the space.  If you are regular user of Teams, it may be part of your Teams spaces.

Q: What can I do on the online community spaces?

A: You can post questions, share resources, or collaborate with like minded sector professionals in each community. Each space is moderated by ETF Area Relationship and Development Leads who will also contribute and share information on events and resources that might benefit you as a staff member involved with T Levels.

Q: What should I do first now I have joined a community space?

A: Its always good to say hello so please post an introduction to the post stream. If you want to you could as an alternative add a quick Flipgrid video introducing yourself by accessing the Flipgrid option in the channel tool bar.

Q: Do I need to keep visiting the online community?

A: The space is available all the time, so you can access the community space whenever suits you. Content and information will be added on a regular basis so a quick check in once a week, once a day or to ask a question will be suitable dependent on your needs.

Q: Can I use the space to network?

A: The community spaces are specifically designed for collaboration to occur. Please network as you see fit with other members of the community.

Q: I have never used Microsoft Teams before where can I go to learn how?

A: When you have accessed the community space via Teams you can click the help icon in the lower left corner of the screen and select training. You will now be able to access a full range of resources to support your continued use of MS Teams.