An important part of our work is to partner with local business and industry to improve pathways and transition opportunities for local students into identified areas of skill shortage.
Our industry strategies
The Central Ranges LLEN Strategic Plan 2010-2013 outlines our priority work and strategies with industry and business as:
- working with local government and industry networks and associations to identify skill shortage areas and increase training opportunities, especially in bushfire affected regions
- facilitating partnerships between schools and major employers within the Central Ranges region to create career, training and pathways programs in identified skill shortage areas, especially health and community, hospitality and building and construction
- developing partnerships between schools, industries, group training and workplace learning co-ordinators to expand school-based apprenticeship and traineeship opportunities within the region.
Read more about our industry strategies, targets and outcomes in our Central Ranges LLEN Strategic Plan 2010-2013
Current industry projects
In response to a shortage of qualified workers in the health and hospital industry, Central Ranges LLEN has published this manual for schools, students and health services.
Read about the Health Industry Work Placement Manual project
The MTI is an exciting local partnership project that will deliver outdoor recreation, health and hospitality training programs.
Read about the Murrindindi Training Institute project