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The launch of four new flagship T Levels due to begin in September have been delayed due to quality concerns, FE Week understands.

Multiple sources have confirmed that some of the fourth wave of the government’s flagship new qualifications, designed to be technical equivalents to A-levels, are due to be pushed back by education secretary Gillian Keegan today.

Seven T Levels were due to begin from September 2023.

FE Week understands that of those, the three being designed by NCFE – hair, beauty and aesthetics; craft and design; and media broadcast and production – will be delayed by a year.

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