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 15 – 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 …….
- Structured Workplace Learning
At the start of 2016, the GSG LLEN has been funded to facilitate student access to structured workplace learning placements which are tailored to local priorities and employment opportunities.
We have two Structured Work Placement Officers whose roles involve developing new opportunities for vulnerable students to engage in workplace learning opportunities such as Structured Workplace Learning and School Based Apprenticeships and Traineeships. Their particular focus is finding placements for Indigenous students, students with a disability, and students at risk of leaving education training early, in addition to hard to place industries.
- Glenelg Transition Project – Stepping Stones to School
- Student Well-being Survey
Results of the student well-being survey were discussed at a forum – see article from the Hamilton Spectator here:
- Find us on Facebook – GSGLLEN’s Facebook Page
- Check out our recent articles published in the Hamilton Spectator, Portland Observer and other local newspapers – on the right hand side of this page under “Recent Posts”.
(All our posts can be accessed via Posts)
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.
Updated 15 March 2017