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Navigator Program

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Navigator is coming to the Loddon Campaspe Area in 2019.

Navigator supports young people who are not attending school or struggling with attendance - connecting each young person with a case worker who can provide access to a range of support services and create a path back into education.

Navigator is a hands-on, proactive service delivered by schools and community agencies to improve outcomes for young people, linking them to support services and interventions, and supporting them to re-engage with education and training.

The Loddon Campaspe Area consists of six local government areas, extending from Campaspe to Macedon Ranges. Campaspe Cohuna LLEN has been actively lobbying organisations that are applying for Navigator funding to provide at least one worker in Campaspe.

Gannawarra is already serviced by Navigator provided by Murray Mallee LLEN, and that program will continue.

September 2018

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Victorian LLEN Network

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In August we were priviledged to host a meeting of the Victorian LLEN Network here in Echuca. Twenty-five LLENs met in Kickham's Mill Restaurant at Bendigo TAFE's Echuca Campus. A full agenda included presentations from YACVic, the Australian Centre for Rural Entrepeneurship, the Department of Education and Training and the Victorian Aboriginal Education Association Inc.

Each LLEN shared information on their current projects and working groups tackled solutions to common issues.The Network meetings are a great way to share ideas and help each other. 

Together we celebrated achieving 125% of Key Performance Indicator 1 in our Structured Workplace Learning contract. KPI1 requires us to advertise at least 6,000 Structured Workplace Learning opportunities on the web Portal during the year. We have already exceeded that target and are well on the way to achieving KPI2, which is to have at least 4,600 of those opportunities used. Across the state local businesses are assisting young people to gain valuable experience by working with the LLENs to list their workplacement opportunities on the portal.

August 2018

Bed Time Stories for Book Week

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Our colleagues at Wimmera Southern Mallee LLEN worked with the presenters at ACE Radio to create a series of short videos to celebrate Book Week.

Each night, during Book Week, LLENs shared the Bed Time stories on social media.

The videos are great to watch with children and you can pick up some useful tips on reading to children.

You can watch all of the stories at https://www.youtube.com/user/WSMLLEN

Thanks to WSMLLEN and Ace Radio for sharing the videos with LLENs across Victoria.

August 2018