Koorie Education Transition and Pathway Network

This 2012 network was a strategic partnership between VAEAI, NMRDEECD, INLLEN, HWLLEN, BNLLEN and the Workplace Learning Coordinators in the region to support better education outcomes for Koorie young people.

The Network

KEPTN is a network with representatives from Local Area Education Consultative Groups (LAEVG), Victorian Aboriginal Education Association Inc (VAEAI), NMR DEECD Koorie Education Team, Youth Connections (YC), Local Learning and Employment Networks (LLEN) and Workplace Learning Coordinators (WPLC). The aim of the network is to strategically improve education, training and employment outcomes for Koorie young people in the northern region of Melbourne.

In March 2012 the Koorie Education Transition and Pathway Network (KETPN) and the Principles of Working Together document were officially launched at the Aborigines Advancement League by the Chair of VAEAI, Geraldine Atkinson and NMR DEECD, Regional Director, Wayne Craig. The network is a strategic partnership between VAEAI, NMRDEECD, INLLEN, HWLLEN, BNLLEN and the Workplace Learning Coordinators in the region to support better education outcomes for Koorie young people.

The Koorie Services Mapping project is a joint initiative of the KETPN network which was launched on 13 August 2014. Developing an evidence base and quantifying the issue is a starting point to making an effective response to support better education and training outcomes for Koorie young people. A consultant, Jodie Sizer from Ingenuity Australia was engaged in late 2012 to undertake consultations across the region. The research will provide an evidence base to develop an effective strategy to support Koorie young people in our region. Read more

 


Contact

David Kennedy
Executive Officer
Inner Northern Local Learning and Employment Network
9384 2325