This program is a relationship-based parenting program run over 8 sessions in Cranbourne, commencing Thursday 3 March 2016.
Fully funded, there is no cost for participants.
To download the flyer, please click here.
Registration for the program can be made by calling Mary Tresize-Brown on 9794 6921
The Conference organisers particularly invite participation from:
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This program offers young people who are pregnant or parenting:
In 2018, YPEP will operate from two separate locations, one in Cranbourne and one in Narre Warren. Students are welcome from within the South East Region (Casey, Cardinia, City of Greater Dandenong). Enrolment is via interview.
Further information about the program development is available from Mary Tresize-Brown, YPEP Coordinator on 9794 6921.
The Young Parents Education Program reconnects young parents to access VCAL in a supportive and flexible environment.
A holistic approach means babies are in class with their parents whilst studying VCAL and learning great parenting tips from experts within the community.
The Young Parents Program means the young person can:
Places are limited to a maximum of 16 young parents in total and entry is via interview.
Contact: Kathie Jacobs on 0410 490 007
Venue: Cranbourne Secondary College, Stawell St. Cranbourne
Session Times: Mon, Thurs & Fri 9:30 – 2:30
To download the flyer, please click HERE
In 2012, Allen Consulting Group completed a review on the Local Learning and Employment Network Model of Network and Partnership Support. The review demonstrates fantastic support for LLEN and the work they do for their local communities. An executive Summary of the review is now available here.
This Forum is designed to increase awareness of apprenticeships and traineeships for disability and equity groups. Presenters will explore the structure of apprenticeships and traineeships, financial incentives available to employers, DAAWS funding, learning support assistance available to students and real life case studies. The Forum would benefit for school staff (Careers, Welfare, Integration and others), Disability Employment Services, pathways services, welfare agencies and others.
The Forum is being offered in three different locations across the Southern Metropolitan region of Melbourne in late May. Click here to view the Flyer.
LAST CHANCE – Book now for “Girl’s Make it Go!”
Come along to a fun and inspiring day “Girl’s Make it Go” at Chisholm Institute Dandenong Wednesday the 27th of March.
Meet young women working in engineering, advanced manufacturing, technology and participate in interactive activities representing a number of engineering and technical skill sets.
Morning tea and lunch are provided & Free return transport.
For girls currently enrolled in years 9 or 10.
To book in students please contact Kara Barnes via phone (03) 9794 6921 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have any queries about the event you can also contact Kara Barnes on: (03) 97946921
The South East LLEN has completed an issues paper of the factors impacting the educational outcomes for Maori and Pacific Island young people in the South East region of Melbourne. To view this paper click here!