What is SELLEN?


The South East Local Learning and Employment Network (South East LLEN) is a community managed regional network made up of local organisations in Melbourne’s South East, interested in working to give 10 to 19 year olds a better go at successfully moving through the education system to employment.

Our network membership includes approximately 250 members, including organisations such as schools, TAFE’s, local businesses and youth welfare agencies, as well as individuals.

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Identify gaps

Evaluate and analyse data to identify systemic gaps

Design Strategic responses

Design programs and initiatives to fill systemic gaps

Facilitate and implement

Facilitate partnerships to implement plans and initiatives

Title slide statistics refer to Census data of 2011 with Census data of 2016 indicating 1110 young parents.

What is a LLEN?

SELLEN is one of 31 LLENs across Victoria, charged with increasing school and industry engagement at a local level, as well as identifying gaps in the education system and developing partnerships to fill those gaps.

Years in operation

Engaged Employers

Networks & Committees

Secondary Education Providers

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Newsletter Issue #19

Big congratulations to our staff member Aisha Hassan our #JobsVictoria Advocate has been appointed to the new @VicGovAu #AntiRacism Taskforce representing the voice of young people.
Very proud of Aisha contributing to this important work. @31LLENS

We are excited to announce our Afterschool Clubs for Term 3. Bookings now open: https://www.caseytechschool.vic.edu.au/Pages/Learning-Programs.aspx
#STEMeducation #afterschool #club #cosplay #robotics #VEX @VEXRobotics @VEXAustralia @Chisholm_Inst @CityOfCasey

Kelly Shotton from FOODMACH featured last week on 'Come to Work With Me', giving students the opportunity to learn about a day in her life as an Electrical Apprentice.

Entries close June 25 for Takeover Melbourne !
High school students are invited to share a story about their life and submit it to the Takeover Melbourne Competition. Entries must be a true story about an aspect of the author's life. @abcmelbourne

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