The Inner Northern Local Learning and Employment Network (INLLEN) is an independent community organisation which builds partnerships and strategies to improve education, training, and employment outcomes for young people across Darebin, Merri-bek and Yarra.
All young people in the Inner North transition successfully from education to meaningful post school options of their choice
To improve education, training, and employment outcomes for young people across the inner north
We work collaboratively with young people, schools, education provider, business, industry, not for profits, and government.
We develop young people to be self-determining, capable, and caring.
We promote opportunities to access the level playing field.
We acknowledge country, connecting to place, respecting the environment.
What is a LLEN?
The LLEN model was established in 2001, to improve education, training and employment outcomes for young people currently there are 31 Local Learning and Employment Networks or LLENs in Victoria. Find out more
INLLEN is incorporated association and governed by a Committee of Management made up of people from industry, government, education and training providers, and the local community.
INLLEN is currently funded by the Victorian Department of Education and Training to deliver the School to Work Program 2023-2025. Find out more
Become a member of INLLEN to keep informed and have the opportunity to provide direction in INLLEN’s strategic development to support young people in our region. Membership is open to any individual or organisation with an interest in education, training and employment in Darebin, Merri-bek and Yarra. Find out more