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

“Growing Up Online” Cyber Safety Information Sessions

October 9, 2014

Protecting children from online threats was the subject of a presentation made by Susan McLean, Australia’s foremost expert in the area of cyber safety and young people.  Susan was a member of Victoria Police for 27 years and in 1994 …

Managing Dyslexia-Professional Development Workshops

September 25, 2014

The BMLLEN in partnership with the Learning Disability Network and NDCO are offering a 3 Unit short course delivered over two days on working with Secondary school students that have specific learning differences such as dyslexia.  This is an opportunity …

Celebration of student work from the CaLM Link Up school

September 24, 2014

The Community and Learning Melton (CaLM) Link Up School will be holding an exhibition and celebration of student work on Thursday 23 October.  The exhibition will encompass photography, music, fine art and audio visual presentations.  The official launch of the …

Successful Transition to Secondary School-Parents Making A Difference

The BMLLEN recently ran a series of Forums for Grade 5 and 6 parents on preparing their child for a successful transition to secondary school.  The BMLLEN engaged the services of Angie Wilcock, a highly regarded Australian expert and speaker …

Melbourne West Trade Training Centre-Harvester Technical College Official Opening

Hon. Senator Scott Ryan unveiling plaqueOn 11 September 2014, Sunshine College Principal, Tim Blunt, and Harvester Technical College Campus Principal, Mandy Patmore, hosted the official opening of the Melbourne West TTC-Harvester Technical College site.

 

 

 

The ceremony was attended and officially opened by …