Established in 2002, Glenelg and Southern Grampians Local Learning and Employment Network (GSG LLEN) is committed to improving education, training and employment outcomes for young people 10 – 19 years of age.
We are a strategic networking organisation that brokers partnerships for and between:
- education and training providers,
- businesses and industry,
- community organisations,
- parents and families.
As a partnership broker, the GSG LLEN’s role is to “broker sustainable strategic partnerships between and among key stakeholders to improve education and transition outcomes and support young people to remain engaged or re-engage in education and training.”
Current News …….
Congratulations to our new committee members voted in at our Annual General Meeting held on the 20th May, 2015. They are; Michelle Kearney ( Bayview College), Patrick Moore ( Good Shepherd College) and Cameron Peverett ( Hamilton Special Development School) representing the schools sector, Kathryn Hamill ( Southern Grampians Adult Education) representing the ACE sector, Mark Fidge ( South West TAFE) the TAFE sector, and Marcus McCormick ( Regional Advance) representing employers sector. We would also like to thank our retiring members! A copy of the 2014 Annual Report to members is available by clicking here.Scan
Committee of Management Nominations
Committee of Management Nominations are now open til 26th May 2014, prior to the AGM on the 28th May 2014.
Local Area Network Consultation
The Victorian government is establishing Local Area Networks to assist in the co-ordination of service provision and planning in relation to vulnerable children. It is proposed that 17 networks will be established aligning with the Department of Human Services (DHS) boundaries, our region will be known as the Western Region. The Western region comprises of the following LGA’s: Glenelg, Southern Grampians, Moyne, Warrnambool, Corangamite, West Wimmera, Horsham, Northern Grampians, Hindmarsh and Yarriambiack.
Each LLEN within Victoria is required to consult with their current stakeholders as to the role of the LLEN’s under the new system being proposed. This is a contract requirement for the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development (DEECD).
It would be appreciated if you could complete the survey by Friday April 4th, 2014.
The survey is only 4 questions and should take you no more than 2 minutes to complete.
GSG LLEN Environmental Scan
2014 GSG LLEN Environmental Scan available NOW – Please refer to the Reports section
Newspaper and newsletter articles have been supplied by Colac Herald, Hamilton Spectator, Portland Observer, Portland Secondary College, Stock & Land, The Standard and Western District Health Service – please refer to our Media page.