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Tips On How To Choose A Training Provider (RTO) PDF Print E-mail

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M&MV LLEN has developed a One-Page Flyer and a Short Guide for young people on how to choose the training provider that is right for them.

Many young people are taking up training to improve their chances of getting employment or transitioning into further studies. However, there is growing concern some young people are using up their entitlements to government support and getting into debt without their knowledge or without much benefit.

Moonee Valley Internships - Real work skills for YOU! PDF Print E-mail
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Hey!  Do you need a job?  Do you feel like you don’t have the same job opportunities as others? Do you want to pick up new skills and increase your employment options?

 If you answered “YES” to any of these questions read on to find out more about the Moonee Valley Internship Program...

Volunteer Mentors Wanted PDF Print E-mail

M&MV LLEN facilitates a number of programs that aim to support marginalised young people in this region to stay connected to their community and maximise their potential through education, training and work.

Volunteering is a key component to many of these programs – and you can volunteer with us to be mentors by completing our Expression of Interest Form.

Volunteering is effective for a large number of people from all walks of life in a variety of ways. Yes, it can lead to a job – the skills gained through being a volunteer are diverse and often those necessary for so many work places.


Try A Trade 2016 PDF Print E-mail


Try a Trade 2016 will be held on Thursday May 26th 2016 at RecWest (YMCA) Essex St & Market Street, West Footscray VIC 3012 - City of Maribyrnong Venue.  The Event is now in it's seventh year and this is the fifth year the  M&MV LLEN has joined forces with Maribyrnong City Council Youth Services.


This is a free event and is a fun and interactive way for students to explore the world of trades.  We take into account skill shortage areas and a majority of the Exhibitors are local TAFE and Training providers.  Each stall holder provides an interactive activity that young people participate in to learn many workplace skills.

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