The Education Secretary Damian Hinds has announced a £38 million capital funding boost for schools and colleges in the first wave of T-levels.
£38 million is being made available to the first providers of T Levels to make sure pupils taking the new technical qualifications from 2020 have access to the equipment and facilities they need.
T Levels, which will be on a par with A Levels, will provide young people with a high-quality choice between technical and academic education post-16. Courses in construction, digital and education & childcare will be taught for the first time from September 2020.
The new qualifications will help ensure that young people can get the skills and knowledge they need, and the economy demands.
The funding will be available to the providers delivering the first three T Levels in time to make sure they can invest in equipment, facilities and refurbishment works via a bidding round.