Cultural Career Celebration Day is aimed at informing Indigenous students in the North Eastern Victoria Region from Year 7-12 and their families, about the opportunities of education training and employment options available in our local community.
The day has support from local and state businesses, tertiary institutions and training providers, who will provide students with access to a range of various displays, presentations and information about the different courses and pathways into further education, training and employment.
Secondary schools students in Mitchell and Murrindindi are encouraged to send students to this engaging and creative day.
What are Celebration Days?
Each year, local careers celebration days for Koorie students and families are held across the North Eastern Victoria Region.
The Cultural Careers Celebration Dayaimsto provide Secondary Koorie students the opportunity to enhance their knowledge of training andemployment options, engage with inspirational Koorie speakers and participate in a range of cultural activities and celebrations.
For further information please contact Misti Gow on the below contact details: 0477326757 or [email protected]
The Central Ranges Local Learning and Employment Network (LLEN) is celebrating its tenth year of facilitating partnerships opportunities between schools, training providers, industry and community organisations to increase the education, training and employment opportunities for local young people.
The Central Ranges LLEN, like all LLEN’s, 31 of which cover the state of Victoria, have been developing innovative partnerships to increase education and training opportunities for young people, especially those young people struggling with school.
Central Ranges LLEN Chair Doreen Power highlights the key role the LLEN plays across the Shire of Macedon Ranges, Mitchell and Murrindindi. “The Central Ranges LLEN acts as a ‘catalyst’ to create and facilitate partnership opportunities between stakeholders to improve the education and training outcomes of local young people. It’s able to do this through strategic partnerships and networks which many would not exist or be sustained without the knowledge and skills the LLEN provides”.
Some examples of the Central Ranges LLEN’s work has been the establishment of a Trade Training Centre Steering Committee, which has gone onto receive $11.3 Million in funding for Trade facilities in equipment. The facilitation of the Lower Hume VET Cluster, which has increased delivery of VET in school subjects through the cluster by 150 places in the last two years, now offering an opportunity for 750 students. The Central Ranges LLEN also facilitated the Community Based (Satellite) VCAL program nine years ago, which has seen 120 of the most disadvantaged young people complete or partial complete a senior secondary education. Many of these students have gone onto Apprenticeships, TAFE courses or employment.
The Central Ranges LLEN currently has over 160 members, from various representative groups. If you would like to become a member go to our membership page.