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Getting ready for T-Levels? We can help! T Level Capital Funding

Schools and 6th form colleges across the country are preparing to deliver T-Levels – and Eddisons are leading the way by helping to drive their plans forward.

T-Levels were launched by the Government this year. More vocational than traditional A-Level courses, most T-Levels will come on stream from 2021, with the entire suite of courses being available from 2023.

But being a new type of qualification, many schools and colleges need new facilities to deliver them. And it’s here that Eddisons can help – by ensuring TLCF funding applications to build them are successful.

“Because they are so different, schools and colleges require more specialist facilities which up to now they simply didn’t have,” said Ian Harrington, Head of Eddisons’ Building Consultancy. “A successful TLCF application will mean getting the right facilities from the start.”

The firm has many years in preparing schools’ successful Condition Improvement Fund (CIF) applications, with over £41m funding won. The T-Level application is more complex, so Eddisons’ experience is really valuable.

Ian is confident Eddisons will succeed. “We want schools and 6th form colleges to be able to deliver these flagship qualifications successfully, and for that they need the right buildings,” he said. “Eddisons will help get those vital applications through so these building projects can proceed.”

If you require help with your upcoming T-Level Capital Funding application contact us today by completing the short form below and one of our team will call you. To find out more online visit our web page click here 

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