The Banyule Nillumbik LLEN is proud to share the achievements and impact we have made through the 2017 year in it’s newly released Annual Report.
If you have any questions about the BNLLEN and its projects, or want to find out how you can get involved, please don’t hesitate to give our friendly team a call on (03) 9431 8000.
The Banyule Nillumbik Industry & Education Breakfast proved to be a great way to start the conversation about supporting local businesses to employ local youth. We are looking forward to the next step. Thank you to all who attended, our speakers, the working group and our sponsors: E-focus, Sarina Russo Job Access, VACC, Commonwealth Bank (Heidelberg), Rotary Club of Heidelberg, Banyule City Council, Nillumbik Shire Council, BNLLEN, Chocolatier, Charles Latrobe College, Sidedoor.
Following our wonderful breakfast forum we have had many requests for the presentation slides from our fantastic guest speaker, Mark McCrindle. Please click on the link below to download a copy.
Check out the latest Statewide L2P Newsletter for a fantastic article by Mel Boak, one of the Banyule L2P volunteer mentors.
The Community Referral Poster for Banyule and Nillumbik has been updated for 2015.
Click on the link below to see all the fantastic services available to you in the Banyule / Nillumbik region.
Once per term, Workplace Learning Coordinators from across Victoria get together to discuss current issues, share Best Practice and brainstorm ideas on how to improve the program for all of our regions. On August 6th, Nancye and Monica represented Banyule/Nillumbik for the Term 3 event in Ararat. The guest speakers, representing schools, industry and student cohorts, gave us great insight into their links with our program, and inspired productive discussion around possible future activities. We look forward to sharing more news with you as our plans progress.
The Banyule L2P Learner Driver Mentor Program began in October 2010 and has consistently been one of the most high-achieving programs in Victoria. The program targets learner drivers aged 16-20 years of age living in Banyule, who have their learner’s permit but who are finding it difficult to get sufficient driving experience. So far, volunteers have contributed over 7,600 hours of supervised driving for 158 learner drivers, 93 of whom have been guided all the way to obtaining their probationary licence. The Banyule L2P Program has received positive feedback from graduating learners and their families who are grateful for the support they have received from the volunteer mentors.
“I cannot speak highly enough of the calibre of individual mentors.. (they) regularly go above and beyond to support this program and improve the education, training and employment outcomes for local, disadvantaged young people.”
Congratulations to all Banyule L2P Program Mentors/Volunteers, who received the 2014 Highly Commended Community Group Award at the Banyule City Council Volunteer Awards on Thursday 15 May 2014.
Allan, Mel, Noel, Nancye and Maridina attended on behalf of the entire team. It was a great night out, with good company and good food. It was great to see that the Banyule L2P Program and our Mentors are recognised and valued by the wider community.
Eltham High School VCAL students visit Nillumbik Health Planned Activities Group to find out about stories from their lives.
Congratulations on presenting some fantastic stories.
The Norther Indigenous Employment (NEI) Group held an Employer Forum on 3rd June 2014 (Mabo Day)
See a summaryof the day here – NIE Partnership opens doors to Aboriginal jobs