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About NMLLEN

NMLLEN assists young people to remain engaged in education, training, and employment.

NMLLEN is a not-for-profit organisation that works closely with schools, students, and the industry to identify gaps in education and training, provide advice on local and state-wide policy issues at both the strategic and operational level and broker cross sector partnerships to better support young people. Funded by the State Government, Northern Mallee LLEN is one of the 31 LLENs across Victoria that were established in 2001with the objective of improving career pathways for young people.

Programs and Partnerships

Connecting Schools, Industry and Community to improve career pathways for young people.

NMLLEN undertakes a range of programs by developing networks with local employers, schools, training providers, families, and community organisations to improve the education and training outcome for young people in our region. Learn more about our projects, partnerships, and initiatives.

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Success Stories

Find out how these young people have set their career on track, built professional relationships, and acquired practical workplace skills by getting their foot in the door through participating in the Structured Workplace Learning (SWL) programs, School Based Apprenticeships and Traineeships (SBATs) or Work Experience (WE).

Alex Tanginoa

Alex Tanginoa, 18, St Joseph’s College Alex applied for the School Based Apprenticeship and Traineeship (SBAT) Opportunity that was advertised by Northern Mallee LLEN on

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Tia Vickery

TIA VICKERY, 17, Red Cliffs, Vic Tia’s SWL placement at the Mildura Arts Centre provided her with an insight into some of the diverse career

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Bethany Simpson

Bethany Simpson, 17, Mildura, Vic Bethany is living proof that taking a School-Based apprenticeship alongside Year 11 and 12 studies can be a “smart-choice”. It’s

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