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A bit about Murray Mallee LLEN

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Murray Mallee Local Learning and Employment Network (MMLLEN) is one of 31 LLENs across Victoria. The
LLENs are a key initiative of the Victorian Government.
The LLENs were established during 2001-2002 to bring together the expertise and experience of:

  • Local Education and Training Providers
  • Business and Industry
  • Community Organisations
  • Parents and families
  • Government agencies

MMLLEN promotes continued strong pathways from school to further education and work for local young people. We support the development of partnerships which result in an increase in the number of and range of school-employer engagement activities.

MMLLEN is a not-for-profit organisation incorporated on 10th January 2002 governed by a voluntary board of management, responsible for the area of north-west Victoria covered by Swan Hill Rural City Council (excluding Robinvale), Gannawarra Shire (excluding Cohuna) and Sea Lake in the Buloke Shire.

Murray Mallee Local Learning and Employment Network (MMLLEN) is one of 31 LLENs across Victoria. The
LLENs are a key initiative of the Victorian Government.
The LLENs were established during 2001-2002 to bring together the expertise and experience of:

  • Local Education and Training Providers
  • Business and Industry
  • Community Organisations
  • Parents and families
  • Government agencies

MMLLEN promotes continued strong pathways from school to further education and work for local young people. We support the development of partnerships which result in an increase in the number of and range of school-employer engagement activities.

MMLLEN is a not-for-profit organisation incorporated on 10th January 2002 governed by a voluntary board of management, responsible for the area of north-west Victoria covered by Swan Hill Rural City Council (excluding Robinvale), Gannawarra Shire (excluding Cohuna) and Sea Lake in the Buloke Shire.

Our Mission

Our purpose at the Murray Mallee LLEN is to improve education, training and employment outcomes for our regions young people. We will broker and sustain collaborative partnerships with schools and industry to develop programs and interventions that support young people through their education and career pathways journey. Our initiatives aim to support successful transitions into education, training, and employment.

Our purpose at the Murray Mallee LLEN is to improve education, training and employment outcomes for our regions young people. We will broker and sustain collaborative partnerships with schools and industry to develop programs and interventions that support young people through their education and career pathways journey. Our initiatives aim to support successful transitions into education, training, and employment.

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Schools We Work With

SWL

Structured Workplace Learning

Navigator Program

Re-engaging young people in education

Career Pathway Series

Showcasing various careers and pathways

MMLLEN Supported By
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Staff

Deborah QuinExecutive Officer
Natarsha HickeyEngagement & Placement Coordinator
Structured Workplace Learning Program
Rodney ProckterSchool-Industry Project Manager
Mikayla ZankerProject / Communications Officer
Fi MertzSpecialist Navigator/Projects Coordinator
Sue LaceySenior Case Manager
Navigator Program
Sharon WilsonCase Manager
Navigator Program
Owen HarropCase Manager
Navigator Program
Kerryn ZankerAccounts

Committee Of Management

Ron StantonChair
Leanne Shannon-KelsonTreasurer
Gabe MudgeDeputy Chair

Members

Ron Stanton
Michelle Haeusler
Ian Johansen
Gabe Mudge
Corey Frost
John Webb
Ross Palmer
Leanne Shannon-Kelson

About 31 LLENs

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Local Learning and Employment Networks (LLENs) have been a strong influence in the education and training sector in Victoria since 2001. The goal of each of Victoria’s 31 LLENs is to improve outcomes for young people, by increasing opportunities for their participation, attainment and successful transitions in education, training or employment.

The work of all LLENs is fundamental to ensuring that our young people are supported to aspire and achieve the very best education, training and employment outcomes possible.

LLEN stakeholder consultations clearly show that LLENs make a difference. The expertise, local knowledge and specific skill sets possessed by the LLEN network have taken years to develop and provide communities with increased capacity to address identified education and training needs at the local level.

Local Learning and Employment Networks (LLENs) have been a strong influence in the education and training sector in Victoria since 2001. The goal of each of Victoria’s 31 LLENs is to improve outcomes for young people, by increasing opportunities for their participation, attainment and successful transitions in education, training or employment.

The work of all LLENs is fundamental to ensuring that our young people are supported to aspire and achieve the very best education, training and employment outcomes possible.

LLEN stakeholder consultations clearly show that LLENs make a difference. The expertise, local knowledge and specific skill sets possessed by the LLEN network have taken years to develop and provide communities with increased capacity to address identified education and training needs at the local level.

Annual Reports

Annual Report AGM May 2021

The Annual Report 2021 showcases the projects we did over the challenging year of 2020 whilst also the range of resources we created including our Career Pathways Series of videos, our School to Work Guide, our School Leavers Guide and many more.

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MMLLEN AGM Annual Report 2020

Annual Report AGM April 2020

By mmllenco | June 23rd, 2020

The Annual Report highlights the many activities of the MMLLEN during 2019.

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Annual Reports

Annual Report AGM May 2021

The Annual Report 2021 showcases the projects we did over the challenging year of 2020 whilst also the range of resources we created including our Career Pathways Series of videos, our School to Work Guide, our School Leavers Guide and many more.

Continue Reading
MMLLEN AGM Annual Report 2020

Annual Report AGM April 2020

By mmllenco | June 23rd, 2020

The Annual Report highlights the many activities of the MMLLEN during 2019.

Read More

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