Brimbank / Melton

Local Learning and Employment Network

Welcome to the Brimbank/Melton LLEN

The Brimbank/Melton LLEN website has information for anyone interested in creating positive pathways for young people aged 10 – 19 years in the Brimbank and Melton areas of Melbourne.  Please use our links on the left to peruse the priorities we have in helping to make a difference, as well as some of the tools, resources and research we have developed.

Latest News

BMLLEN-Liberal 2015 Funding Media Release

August 18, 2014

A Media Release has been released by the Victorian State Liberal/Coalition Party announcing that the government will provide $8million dollars funding for LLENs but only for one year.

Click on the Media Release for further details.Liberal 2015 funding Media

Labor Party funding for LLENs

August 14, 2014

Good news for LLENs!  Labor has committed to $32 million over 4 years to continue funding the LLEN network of 31 LLENs across Victoria.

Please read the attached Media Release for further details.

LLEN Network Response to Labor funding Commitment

BMLLEN Futures Forum 2014

July 25, 2014

Victoria University’s Sunshine Convention Centre was the setting for the 2014 BMLLEN Futures Forum.  Seventy students from five schools in the Brimbank and Melton areas attended the Forum, which aimed to assist students in choosing their career destination pathways.  Participant …

Post School Destination of Vulnerable Groups 2013

July 8, 2014

The Brimbank/Melton LLEN employed the services of Educational Consultant, Mary Cahill, to research and provide base line data of the Post School destinations of vulnerable students in the Brimbank and Melton area.

The aim of the project was to investigate …

Learning Disability Inclusive Technologies Workshop

June 17, 2014

In partnership with the LD Network and Dyslexia Support Group West, the Brimbank/Melton LLEN sponsored a workshop on Saturday 14 June on the use and application of Assistive Technologies for young people with learning disabilities.  The 3 hour workshop looked …