T Level panels give employers and providers the opportunity to define the skills and requirements to succeed in T Level courses. This allows students to develop the technical knowledge and skills required by future employers.

Patrick Craven is the Executive Director of Strategic Partnerships, Policy and Stakeholders at City & Guilds. Patrick has experience in the field of accreditation, qualification and assessment design, and educational technology. His work involves developing evidence of impact between employers, workforce requirements, and productivity improvements.

At our T Levels 2021 conference Patrick shared ways that educators and employers can collaborate, creating strong relationships between students and industries. Patrick shared lessons on early engagement, collaborative teaching, and resources available to employers.

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Employers and providers have been working together to develop T Level courses. Patrick Craven, Executive Director of Strategic Partnerships at Policy and Stakeholders from City & Guilds Group shared insights into the effective ways that educators can collaborate with employers to create strong relationships between students and industries.

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