The Central Ranges Local Learning and Employment Network (Central Ranges LLEN) works with local organisations and networks to improve education, training and employment outcomes for young people (aged 10-19) within the Mitchell, Murrindindi and Macedon Ranges local government areas.
Where we work
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Our local area takes in 72 schools, 2 TAFES, 13 Adult and Community Education (ACE) providers and an estimated population of 90,000. The local industries are predominantly construction, agriculture, forestry and fishing, property, business services and retail trade.
About the LLEN program
The Local Learning and Employment Networks (LLEN) program is a Victorian Government initiative that assists young people at risk of making poor transitions from compulsory schooling to the next stage of their lives and careers.
There are 31 LLENS in the network, each of which works to bring together education providers, industry, community, individual and government organisations to improve education, training and employment outcomes for young people in communities across Victoria.
LLENs are managed by the Pathways Participation and Youth Division of the Victorian Department of Education and Early Childhood. To find out more go to Local Learning and Employment Networks.
Our strategic plan
Our Central Ranges LLEN Strategic Plan 2010-2013 plots our strategic direction, goals and how we plan to achieve them, and describes projects and partnerships. Review our Strategic Plan 2010-13
How we work
We are a not-for-profit organisation steered by a board of directors and representatives of the local shires. Find out more about our management structure and governance
Annual general meetings
Each year the Central Ranges LLEN holds an annual general meeting to report on the year’s work, financial and project outcomes and future plans. Find out more about our annual general meeting.
The Central Ranges LLEN Environmental Scan 2011
This report maps what has an impact on young people living, studying and working in the shires of Mitchell, Murrindindi and Macedon Ranges, and how our work seeks to make a positive impact. Find out more about the Environmental Scan 2011.