Welcome to the NMLLEN
Northern Mallee Local Learning and Employment Network (NMLLEN) brokers strategic and sustainable community partnerships aimed at improving education and transition outcomes for young people, including increasing Year 12 or equivalent attainment rates.
NMLLEN helps to build the capacity of the region to support all young people reach their full potential.
To be a key contributor to the rise in the number of young people finishing Year 12 or equivalent in the region.
Northern Mallee Local Learning and Employment Network (NMLLEN) brokers strategic partnerships with community stakeholder groups resulting in better outcomes in education, training and employment for young people.
Navigator pilot Program funding announcement
12 May 2016: Minister for Education James Merlino announced Northern Mallee and Murray Mallee Local Learning and Employment Networks are successful joint applicants to conduct Navigator services across the Mallee.
The Mallee Navigator service is one of eight pilot programs across Victoria with funding of $8.6m over two years as part of the Victorian Government Education initiatives.
Navigator service pilots will seek out disengaged learners aged 12 to 17 and actively work with them and their support networks to return them to education or training.
The NMLLEN 2016 Annual General Meeting was held on Thursday 17 March where our 2015 Annual Report was presented.
The LLEO website provides a comprehensive list of links to Registered Training Organisations and training providers based in Mildura and Wentworth/Dareton, and local Apprenticeship and Traineeship Centers.
LLEO provides opportunity for parents, teachers, career counsellors, and youth workers to support young people in their career or employment decision making process and develop an awareness of what is involved when a student exits from school.
Launched: Thursday 24 July 2014
NMLLEN is supported by the Victorian Government.
Pictured above are students on a local CPM building site visit arranged by NMLLEN. Read about it here
Deferring University Report released.
The Deferring a University Offer in Victoria report documents findings of the third and final year of a longitudinal study and is based on research commissioned by the Youth Affairs Council of Victoria and Victoria’s 31 Local Learning and Employment Networks. It was funded by the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development.
2012 Environmental Scan
Programs & Partnerships
NMLLEN facilitate and support a range of projects and programs with local education providers, industry and community to provide better pathways and support for young people.
Structured Workplace Learning portal 'click here'