GOULBURN MURRAY LOCAL LEARNING AND EMPLOYMENT NETWORK

The purpose of Goulburn Murray Local Learning & Employment Network Inc. (GMLLEN) is to improve education, training and employment outcomes for all youth in the Goulburn Murray region, particularly the most vulnerable young people, as well as Indigenous, CALD and those with a disability.  We will broker and sustain collaborative partnerships to develop programs and interventions that deliver place-based support and address gaps in the local community.  Our initiatives aim to support successful transitions into education, training and employment to ensure every young person, no matter their circumstance, can thrive and be the best version of themselves.

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Explore our Virtual Industry Careers Experience?

A bespoke online digital platform to help inform students, teachers and families about where the real opportunities are and open up real career conversations.

Read our latest COVID19 Impact Youth Report.

This report has been developed by youth across the Goulburn Murray in response to the impact that COVID 19 has had. It is an important read for any Goulburn Murray organisations that work with youth.

Ready to host a student?

Nowadays, most schools offer a range of opportunities for students to engage with the world of work. Becoming a host employer or involving yourself in these activities is a great opportunity.

What sort of work does a LLEN do?

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Local Learning and Employment Networks (LLENs) create strategic, sustainable partnerships that improve education, pathway and transition outcomes for young people,  LLENs use their knowledge of the region to influence strategic planning and broker partnerships among key stakeholders to support young people to remain engaged, or re-engage, in education or training.

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Host a Student Now!

Host a Student Now!

The Structured Workplace Learning Program is an initiative designed to increase the opportunities for young people aged 15–19 years of age to improve their skills and workplace knowledge through ‘on the job’ experience via Structured Workplace Learning and School Based Apprenticeships/Traineeships.

Learn more here.

Beyond Schools eBook

Beyond Schools eBook

Whatever you decide to do after leaving school, there are so many helpful local services that will assist you to find what you need. This booklet has been put together to help you find these services whether it be financial, health, education, employment, recreation, legal advice or accommodation.

View it here.

Resource Library

Resource Library

Connecting young people, training pathways and employers can sometimes feel like navigating through a maze. There are lots of ways to get from A to B. Some are quicker, some aren't. Some are more suited to one person than another. Our resource library is a growing list of resources curated to help students, schools and employers alike.

Explore our resource libary.

Beyond Schools eBook

Whatever you decide to do after leaving school, there are so many helpful local services that will assist you to find what you need. This booklet has been put together to help you find these services whether it be financial, health, education, employment, recreation, legal advice or accommodation.

View it here.

SWL Portal

The Structured Workplace Learning Program is an initiative designed to increase the opportunities for young people aged 15–19 years of age to improve their skills and workplace knowledge through ‘on the job’ experience via Structured Workplace Learning and School Based Apprenticeships/Traineeships.

Learn more here.

Resource Library

Connecting young people, training pathways and employers can sometimes feel like navigating through a maze. There are lots of ways to get from A to B. Some are quicker, some aren't. Some are more suited to one person than another. Our resource library is a growing list of resources curated to help students, schools and employers alike.

Explore our resource libary.

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2021 NEW GMLLEN VIRTUAL PROJECT funded through DJRP (Department of jobs, precincts and regions) – Digital Fund

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Tech Ready Shepparton

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NEW RESOURCE FROM GOULBURN VALLEY LLEN TO LINK YOUTH TO INDUSTRY

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PO Box 1213, Shepparton 3632
gmllen@gmllen.com.au

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