Welcome to Gateway LLEN.
Gateway Local Learning and Employment Network (LLEN) is one 31 Victorian LLENs. The goal of the LLENs is to improve outcomes for young people, 10 – 19 years old, by increasing opportunities for their participation, attainment and successful transitions in education, training or employment.
The partnerships are designed to address barriers faced by young people in a strategic and self-sustaining way, often tackling long term social and structural issues which have been difficult for schools and communities to address.
The Structured Workplace Learning Program is a DET initiative designed to increase the opportunities for young people aged 15 – 19 years of age to i
The ‘Well-being Profiler’ an easy-to-use and efficient online survey and reporting tool to measure adolescent well-being developed by researchers
Young Industry Ambassadors (YIAs) are trained to talk about their own career pathway to targeted groups of secondary school students. YIAs provide real, practical information, which can assist students to make informed choices about their own future pathway. Young people from a wide range of organisations and occupations are participating in this great initiative. Ambassadors are keen to share their own career story (and what they have learned along the way) with your students. It’s a great way for students to converse with young people and gain a practical understanding of what the occupation is and what its really like to work in the Health sector. For more information download the flyer here
Metro Trains invites girls to explore future focused pathways. Participate in hands on interactive activities in the training workshop, visit the Computer Control Room at 700 Collins Street, Discover careers available in infrastructure, transport and innovation, learn about entry level and SWL opportunities available with Metro Trains, Meet inspiring women working in the industry – download flyer here