Governance of Central Ranges LLEN

We are an independent not-for-profit community-based organisation. We work with government, business and community sectors to improve the education and employment outcomes for people aged 10-19 years.
The Central Ranges Local Learning and Employment Network (Central Ranges LLEN) was incorporated in April 2002. Our Australian Business Number (ABN) is 49 447 109 218.

Management structures

Since 2002 we have been the managed by a board of elected directors. There are 20 positions on the board. Half the board retires and is re-elected each year. Review the list of our current board members
As a LLEN we are mandated to ensure our membership represents 10 main categories. We decided to arrange our board so that each board position represents one of these categories:

  1. Schools
  2. TAFE institutes or universities with TAFE sectors
  3. Adult Community Education organisations
  4. Other training organisations, universities and group training providers
  5. Trade Unions
  6. Employers and industry organisation
  7. Local governments
  8. Other community agencies and government departments
  9. Koori organisations, peak Koorie agencies and regional Koorie organisations
  10. Community members.

There is an eleventh co-opted category that can be filled at the discretion of the board.

The board also comprises a subcommittee with a further 9 positions – three for each of the three local government areas that are in the region in which we work.

Annual General Meeting

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 Strategic Plan

The Central Ranges LLEN Strategic Plan 2010-2013 plots our strategic goals and how we will achieve them, and describes projects and partnerships. Review our Strategic Plan 2010-13