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Woodlands Golf Club

109 White Street

Mordialloc, VIC 3195

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The BGKLLEN in partnership with Bayside, Kingston and Glen Eira City Councils and Holmesglen will again be hosting the At Risk Forum

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Please note this event was to be held on 18 August and due to COVID-19 restrictions has now been rescheduled to 27 October 2021.

The BGKLLEN in partnership with Bayside, Kingston and Glen Eira City Councils Youth Services and Holmesglen Vocational College will again be hosting the At Risk Forum. 

The At Risk Forum 2021 will include speakers who will present on the following topics:

  • School Refusal – What do we know, how do we respond, and what is the way forward - Dr Glenn Melville, Associate Professor, Deakin University

  • The Future of Work and Education - Dr Jude Walker, Labour Market Analyst and Futurist, Futureworking

  • Choice of one of two sessions which are being held at the same time:

    All Work No Play - Dale Sidebottom, Creator and Founder of Jugar Life and Energetic Education or

    Apprenticeships and other career opportunities - Craig Hilton, Higher Apprentice Consultant, AI Group

  • Networking opportunities

  • Morning tea and lunch will be provided

    Resources will be available

    Onsite parking

This forum is suitable for school personnel, youth workers, social workers and any other professionals working directly with young people in the Bayside, Glen Eira and Kingston regions.

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The Bayside Glen Eira Kingston Local Learning and Employment Network (BGK LLEN) creates partnerships which aim to increase the potential of local young people (10 – 19 years) to make a successful passage through school and into ongoing education, training or employment.

We build mutually beneficial relationships with a range of local stakeholders in four main groups – ‘education and training providers’, ‘parents and family members’, ‘community groups’ and ‘business and industry’ – across the Bayside, Glen Eira and Kingston regions of Melbourne.

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