NCFE has been awarded contracts to develop qualifications for digital business services, digital support and services, health, healthcare science and science.
City & Guilds has won the contract for onsite construction and building services engineering.
Education secretary Gavin Williamson said: “It’s really important that we get the delivery of T-levels right.
“City & Guilds and the NCFE have been selected to deliver the second wave of T-levels because of their breadth of knowledge and expertise in the sector. I look forward to seeing our new qualifications become world-leading, ahead of the 2021 roll out, with these two organisations at the helm.”
NCFE also won a contract to help deliver first wave of T-levels from next year, along with Pearson.
“To be at the forefront of this revolution in technical education means we can continue to support thousands of learners across England to progress and succeed.”
City & Guilds will be partnering with engineering and advanced manufacturing awarding organisation EAL to develop and deliver qualifications.
“This a landmark moment within UK education and we look forward to being at the forefront of this new era.”
The 64 providers selected to deliver the second wave of T-levels from 2021 were announced in June.