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Banyule Nillumbik LLEN

Improving education, training and employment outcomes for young people

Our vision is to create 'seamless education, training, and employment outcomes for young people that are inclusive, responsive and innovative.'

Get Involved

Opportunities for local employers, businesses, schools, registered training providers and individuals to get involved.
  • Practical Experience

    Your business can get involved by partnering in a practical project that enhances learning beyond the classroom.

  • Support for Students with Disabilities

    L2P Mentoring

    Provide support to young people in the City of Banyule to learn to drive in a safe and lawful manner and to increase their prospects of finding employment.

  • Share your Story

    Volunteer to speak to students and bring your expertise into the classroom.

  • Offer a Work Placement

    Champion life-long learning by improving a young person’s employability, career development and life skills.

  • Join Us

    Become a member of the Banyule Nillumbik LLEN and shape how we engage with the region's youth.

Major Programs & Publications

Partners

Supported by

Banyule Nillumbik LLEN is proudly supported by the Victorian Department of Education and Training.

Would you like to offer a work placement?

The Structured Workplace Learning Program is a statewide initiative that supports the facilitation and coordination of workplace learning placements for senior secondary school students engaged in Structured Workplace Learning (SWL) or School Based Apprenticeships and Traineeships (SBATs).

The Banyule Nillumbik LLEN is proud to be the service provider for the Structured Workplace Learning Program in Banyule and Nillumbik.

Banyule Nillumbik Local Learning & Employment Network
Banyule Nillumbik Local Learning & Employment Network
Last night we celebrated the TAC L2P Program's Volunteer Mentors for their outstanding dedication and contributions to local young learner drivers in #Banyule.

Without these great humans, many young people would not be able to acheive their Probationary Licence which can be a huge barrier to accessing further education, training and employment.

Thank you to Councillor Tom Melican from #BanyuleCityCouncil and Jess Sayers from #BanyuleYouthServices for your presentations last night and ongoing partnership.

If you would like to find out more about the #TACL2PProgram in Banyule, please contact Simone on 0430 038 450.

#TAC #CommunityVolunteering #YouthMentoring #Partnerships #CommunityDevelopment

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Exciting day today at the opening of the @BanyuleNillumTS . Wonderful facility and amazing STEM based opportunities for our local young people. @31LLENS https://t.co/Ir2G3RD9Q6 bnllen photo