The South Gippsland Bass Coast Local Learning & Employment Network (SGBCLLEN) works closely with schools, training organisations, education networks, local business, industry and the wider community to build connections and partnerships in providing educational and employment outcomes for young people. Find out what projects we are currently working on and how you can get involved and make a difference by contacting our team.
SGBCLLEN operates as one of 31 LLENs across Victoria. The SGBCLLEN is an independent not-for-profit incorporated association and is primarily funded by the Victorian Department of Education and Training.
Our aim is to broker sustainable partnerships that support learning and identify and develop options for young people that are at risk of disengagement from education, with a particular focus on supporting students to complete year 12 or equivalent. We aim to do this in collaboration with our stakeholders by developing and implementing innovative and engaging projects and pathways for young people.
We respond to Government Initiatives and local priorities working closely with schools, training organisations, education networks, local business and industry, government and the wider community.
LLENs have been a strong influence in the education and training sector in Victoria for the past 14 years and have been fundamental in ensuring that young people achieve their goals and aspirations in education and employment.
Current Board Members
|Chairperson||Peter Francis||Bass Coast Shire Council||Local Government|
|Deputy Chair||Loretta Hambly||Community|
|Treasurer||Ashley Lamers||Big W Wonthaggi||Employers/Employment Agencies and Bodies|
|Secretary||Michael Dixon||Apprenticeships Group Australia||Employers/Employment Agencies and Bodies|
|EO Liaison||Barbara Look||South Gippsland Shire Council||Local Government|
|Leanne Bunn||National Centre for Dairy Education Australia||Other Education|
|Wayne Chester||Leongatha Secondary College||Schools|
|Sam Fenton||Federation Training||TAFE Sector|
|Jenni Keerie||Milpara Community House||ACE|
|Sam Wright||Mary Mackillop CRC School||Schools (Non-Government)|