We build partnerships to create education, training and employment experiences for ALL young people
South Gippsland Bass Coast Local Learning & Employment Network Inc (SGBCLLEN) is managed by a Board of Management elected by its membership. SGBCLLEN is also a registered charitable organisation.
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.
Our aim is to broker sustainable partnerships that support learning and identify and develop options for young people in South Gippsland and Bass Coast.
We do this in collaboration with our stakeholders by developing and implementing innovative and engaging projects and pathways for young people.
Celebrating 20 Years since incorporation
Having been first incorporated on 29 August 2001, SGBCLLEN proudly celebrates its 20th Anniversary in 2021.
Watch this short video with highlights of our first 20 Years
Every young person in our region has hope, opportunity and connection in their lives.
Our Burning Ambition
All young people have real, positive pathways for their future.
We build partnerships to create education, training and employment experiences for ALL young people, including alternatives to the mainstream pathways.
SGBCLLEN Strategic Plan 2016-2025
I Am Ready Evaluation Report 2020
SGBCLLEN Environment Scan 2016
Current Board Members 2021-2022
|Barbara Look||South Gippsland Shire Council||Deputy Chair|
|Ashley Lamers||Royal Melbourne||Treasurer|
|Michael Dixon||AGA Apprenticeships Group Australia Plus|
|Brad Beach||TAFE Gippsland|
|Melissa Phillips||Leongatha Secondary College|
|(vacancy)||Bass Coast Shire Council|
|Bobbie Lee Blay||Community|
|Andrea Evans-McCall||Bass Coast CUC|
|Jenni Keerie||Milpara Community House|
|vacancy||Contact us now!!!|