One T Level is equivalent to three A levels.
With a T Level, you get classroom experience, practical learning, and an industry placement. T levels are ideal if you know which vocational career you want to follow, because it gives you the practical skills and experience you need to get a job in your chosen area.
The main difference between A Levels and T Levels is that if you take a T level, you spend 20% of your time (approximately 315 hours, or a minimum of 45 days) on an industry placement. The rest of the time (80%), is spent in the classroom.
Each T level consists of these components:
T Levels are worth UCAS points, so you can also opt to continue to university on completion.
Find out more about T Levels here.