The Carter Radley Way™ is the carefully designed, complete criteria we use to inform effective learning and change. It’s the central foundation of all our efforts. A practical, project-based approach, it centres on developing five attributes we know, from research and experience, are key for job-readiness and successful career progression.

CLASSROOM
UNDERSKILLED
THE CARTER RADLEY WAY™
CAREER
JOB-READY

THEORETICAL KNOWLEDGE

The principles of a particular subject.
This begins with the academic theory CS students traditionally learn while earning a degree. However, all progressive careers demand the need for constant revision and for new theoretical knowledge as employees advance and take on new roles. Our programmes ensure learners know how to consistently improve their knowledge throughout their careers.
 

PRACTICAL
EXPERTISE

Knowing how to apply theoretical knowledge.
From the beginning of a programme, The Carter Radley Way™ enables students to properly experience the theory of a subject by actually practising it. We know, from experience that this is the only way to learn. Our mentored, collaborative learning environments encourage learners to explore their ideas and see errors as learning opportunities.
 

COMMUNICATION SKILLS

The ability to read, write, listen, think and speak effectively.
Our learners are taught how to understand, adapt and discuss (instead of memorise) what they read and hear. They complete our programmes able to articulate and present data-driven ideas concisely so they can effectively contribute value and expertise to any workplace they’re in.
 

PROFESSIONAL BEHAVIOUR

Being able to take responsibility for and make wise and efficient choices.
In addition to learning what professional behaviour is, Carter Radley students learn to discern different kinds of behaviour and their effects. Working in teams, they interact with their colleagues and mentors daily, in a range of situations so, when they enter the workplace, they’re confident in navigating a diverse array of human interaction.
 

WORK
EXPERIENCE

Practical training in a professional environment.
Many of today’s graduates earn a degree without having acquired the professional experience industry employers look for. Carter Radley students graduate with a project portfolio and work experience today’s top employers demand.