|Name||Role||Telephone Number||Email Address|
|Jenny Morley||Careers Contact||01609 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Janis Wilson||Independent Careers Adviser||01609 email@example.com|
|Ruth Hudson||Work Experience Contact||01609 firstname.lastname@example.org|
At The Rubicon Centre we provide students with a wide range of careers education opportunities.
Our PSHCE curriculum has specific career based units of work, with identified learning objectives, outcomes and related activities. Alongside this students have a number of opportunities to experience work related activities both within the school environment and through external visits.
We employ an independent careers advisor who provides students with 1:1 careers support, advice, and guidance.
The DfE released a new statutory guidance document in January 2018, including a number of new requirements for school careers programmes, most of which are to be met by the end of 2020.
The most immediate requirement is for all schools to have a policy for 'Provider Access' that sets out the arrangements for managing the access of providers to students at the school for the purposes of giving them information about the provider’s education or training offer.
At The Rubicon Centre we work with a wide range of organisations already but we are always looking for opportunities to further broaden access to information, advice and guidance. We therefore welcome continued input from both existing and potential new partners alike.
Our current careers policy can be found under the policies section of our website.
Your Careers Entitlement
As a Rubicon student your careers programme is based around the government's Gatsby Benchmarks:
|The eight Gatsby benchmarks of Good Career Guidance||Careers at The Rubicon Centre will provide the following opportunities to meet this benchmark:|
|1. A stable careers programme||
Your whole-school careers programme which:
|2. Learning from career and labour market information||
|3. Addressing the needs of each pupil||
|4. Linking curriculum learning to careers||
|5. Encounters with employers and employees||
|6. Experiences of workplaces||
|7. Encounters with further and higher education||
|8. Personal guidance||
|Review Date||Autumn 2019|