CBC students are encouraged to connect their learning to future career aspirations through Vocational Education & Training courses, School-Based Apprenticeships/Traineeships, SACE Recognised Studies, Community Learning, and Micro-credentials.
We provide students with the opportunity to develop enterprise and entrepreneurial capabilities that support local skill shortages, emerging industries, post-school employment vacancies, and labour market trends.
The career development curriculum is embedded across all faculty areas and supported by industry partners, local employers, tertiary institutions, and registered training organisations. Students can access Career Development information by logging on to our CBC Careers website: www.cbccareers.com.au.
We individualise and customise a student-centred approach to learning through the CBC Advantage Programs’ multilayered and badged assessment system of Gold, Silver and Bronze. Students are provided with opportunities and choices to embed Vocational Learning and Vocational Education & Training within the SACE and through a flexible timetable can attend classes off-site at external National Training Organisations one day per week.
The CBC Advantage Programs’ distinctive ‘One Plan equalling Multiple Pathways’ concepts, empowers the whole school community to embrace pedagogy that is a multidimensional continuum of lifelong learning; one where core academic subjects are combined with Nationally Accredited Training.
The interconnected equation i.e. ‘CBCmc2 x [abc + 123] = Post School Success’ is representative of a CBC student’s energy multiplied by (Language, Literacy plus Numeracy) equalling a positive post-school transition pathway.
The ‘CBC Advantage Program’ champions the individual and supports our students to become the best version of themselves by providing students with a personalised and contemporary educational experience where excellence is not just defined by academic performance.