School industry partnerships play an important role in improving young people's transition from school to employment. Students need exposure to different jobs and workplaces so that they can build aspirations and see where their studies could lead. SGBCLLEN partners with different industries to facilitate a range of experiences including mock job interviews, career development activities, challenge based learning projects, curriculum aligned activities, industry site tours, OH&S site inductions and other educational iniatives. 

Some of our current partnerships:

Watersure (Victorian Desalination Plant)

As part of this partnership students engage in industry immersion activities and programs at the Victorian Desalination Plant. Students gain experience in the workplace by completing OH&S Inductions, site tours and science based activities with a focus on water filtration.

Victorian Energy Education Training (VEET)

The VEET program gives local students a chance to experience and learn about career pathways in the energy industry. As part of this program students engage in site tours at Loy Yang, Ausnet Services and the Chadstone Energy Training Centre as well as undertaking a structure workplace learning placement.

Work-readiness Program

The Work-readiness Program helps students develop their resume, interview skills and engages them in career development activities. As part of the program students engage in the job application process by practising applying for jobs and attending mock interviews which are conducted by industry representatives.

Partnership stories


Year 9 students explore vocational education & training in South Gippsland


Students visit HMAS Cerberus


New partnership with General Motors


STEM Sisters code robots at Gippsland Tech School