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Quality in Careers Standard - three free events this March

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The Department for Education is funding three events this March for school leaders interested in finding out more about the Quality in Careers Standards.

Each event will feature the following: 

  • A mainstream secondary school
  • A special school
  • A sixth form college/FE college.  

It will offer you the chance to meet face-to-face with at least five licensed awarding bodies for the Quality in Careers Standard. 

You will also get the chance to discuss their ‘offer’ with each of them – this includes their approach to the Quality in Careers journey of development, building on your ‘compass’ self-assessment against the Gatsby Benchmarks, through to external assessment and national accreditation under the Quality in Careers Standard. 

Each of the three events will also feature an input by Ryan Gibson who led the north east pilot on implementing the Gatsby Benchmarks and is now a member of our Quality in Careers Consortium Board. 

All events will be chaired by quality in careers director Paul Chubb MBE. Details of the school and college leaders speaking at each event are as follows: 

On Wednesday 4 March 2020 in Newcastle Upon Tyne:

  • Triestina Bozzo, careers leader at Ryburn Valley High School, Sowerby Bridge, Calderdale, West Yorkshire 
  • Martin Moorman, head teacher at Ravenscliffe Special School, Halifax, Calderdale, West Yorkshire 
  • Lisa Packer, assistant head teacher at Durham Sixth Form Centre, County Durham. 

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On Thursday 12 March 2020 in Birmingham: 

  • Philip Bailey, deputy head teacher at Braidwood School for the Deaf, Birmingham, West Midlands 
  • Helen Jefferson, director of services for students at Derby College of Further Education, Derbyshire
  • Janet Wheat, careers leader at Leek High School, Leek, Staffordshire.                                                                

 

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On Tuesday 17 March 2020 in Bristol:

  • Julie Ilogu, careers and employability manager at St Brendan’s Sixth Form College, Bristol
  • Shelley Reddal, deputy head teacher at Samuel Cody Special School, Hampshire 
  • Colin Williamson, assistant head teacher at Hollingworth Academy, Milnrow, Greater Manchester.

 

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First published 17 January 2020