LLEN is a community organisation that aims to empower young people that are disengaged from schools, employment or the region they live in. We do this through connecting them with educational programs or industry specific training.
Partnering with local services is key to how LLENs operate. We aim to serve the communities by working with local services which improve the regions economy and autonomy. Find a LLEN near you by clicking here.
LLENding a helping hand
Structured Workplace Learning
This program is dedicated to VET and VCAL students who require workplace learning in an industry relevant to their studies. SWL students get first-hand experience and are able to create valuable connections with employers.Read More
LLENs create partnerships between schools, families, and employers in order to create a working relationship that benefits the whole community. Together we work towards positive outcomes for communities in need.Read More
LLENs value flexible learning options for young people who might have difficulties staying in schools for a variety of reasons. LLENs also create and implement social events or educational programs for young people to participate in.Read More
The Local Learning and Employment Network is passionate about helping young people transition from education into stable and valuable employment pathways. We do this though a variety of training programs, creating resources, and working directly with young people at a local level.Read More
Central Grampians LLEN has definitely had an effect on my life, they have encouraged me to believe in myself and not deter from challenges.Danielle (young person) | http://www.cgllen.org.au/news/unique-pathways-with-llen/
Without the ongoing support from...the LLEN team, we would not have been able to be anywhere near as successful with this Communities of Practice project and putting in place effective strategies, and possibilities for our students.School Principal with SWLLEN | http://www.llen.org.au/portfolio/558/
Through the LLENs
Each LLEN has conducted a case study relevant to their local issues and programs.
These case studies reveal what each local issue is, who LLEN partnered with, which programs or projects they implemented and what the outcome of each program was.
Click Here to view all case studies.
Get in touch
Alan Davies, LLEN State Network Development Officer
0439019342 Email Us