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Strategic Plan

WynBay LLEN Strategic Plan 2015-2018

Strategic Goal

Primary Stakeholder Group

Target

Indicators

Major Strategies

Main Actions

1. Increase the numbers  of young people that achieve desirable transitions outcomes

Desirable outcomes is defined as full time education, training or employment

 

2. Increase the numbers of young people engaged or re-engaged in full time education or training

 

 

Education and training providers

 

95% of Year 12 completers make a desirable transition in 2015-16

75% Year 12 completion rate by December 2016

10% reduction in youth disengagement rate. 2014 baseline

Department of Education & On-Tack data

ABS, Census & Commonwealth data

Broaden the applied learning opportunities available for students

Broaden complementary learning options available for vulnerable young people

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Broker a new CVCAL program in Hobsons Bay

Broker a Sports & Recreation themed Complementary Education Centre in Hobsons Bay

Broker a new Complementary Education program in North Wyndham

Advocate & Lobby for an expanded presence of The Gordon in Wyndham

Advocate & Lobby for the establishment of a Wyndham Technical College

Advocate & Lobby for the establishment of a Wyndham P-Tech College

Continue partnership brokerage and facilitation of DHS – Community Transition Support Initiative at Warringa Park Special School

Develop the Wyndham and Hobsons Bay VET Cluster – New 2015-18 Business Case

Commence research study with University of Melbourne on VCAL/VET outcomes for students

3. Increase the numbers of young people engaged in employment or work related activity

 

4. Reduce skill shortage in the local Allied Health, Transport, Logistics, Sports and Recreation sectors

 

Business and industry

 

10% reduction in youth disengagement rate. 2014 baseline

Department of Education & On-Tack data

ABS, Census & Commonwealth data

 

Develop school/industry partnerships that support the expansion of workplace learning opportunities

Develop school/industry partnerships that address local skill shortages

Broaden the applied learning opportunities available for students

Support schools to engage, both geographically and by industry, with business and industry stakeholders

Support the transition to new arrangements for school/industry engagement in 2016

Develop a local and regional identified Industry Workforce Development Plan

 

Cummins Point Cook TTC Young Ambassadors For Industry partnership 2015

Linfox The Grange TTC Young Ambassadors For Industry partnership 2015

Downer Young Ambassadors For Industry partnership 2015

Transfield – Mobil School Industry partnership for learning 2015

Rail Technologies Australia – “Pathways on Rail” project 2015

2015 -2018 Allied Health IWDS co-developed with Mercy Health, St Vincent’s Private, Careers Australia, WRICA

Trial “School Friendly Business” & “Business Friendly School” accreditation/assurance

Sponsor and Support WRICA Careers Expo 2015

Re-convene BIG Business Industry Group to incorporate schools

Draft & scope new charter for IBAG Industry Business Advisory Group

New framework & service to support SWL

5. Improve the learning outcomes of young people aged 14 – 19 years.

 

6. Increase the proportion of parents from vulnerable and disadvantaged groups in the community engaged in their child’s education

Parents and families

 

Real retention rate average across Wyndham & Hobsons Bay schools of at least 60% by 2016

Parents attendance rate average across Wyndham & Hobsons Bay schools of at least 50% by 2016

Department of Education & On-Tack data

ABS, Census & Commonwealth data, Naplan, My-School

WynBay schools data & LLEN survey

Broker opportunities to help parents & families from disadvantaged groups become better informed about the importance of becoming a partner in their child’s education

Build capacity of education and training providers to become “parent and family friendly”

 

Trial “Family Friendly School”  accreditation/assurance

 

 

7. Develop Wyndham and Hobsons Bay as the “Local Learning Economy and Community”

Community

 

 

Wyndham & Hobsons Bay LGA – EDU data

Develop and implement Wyndham Learning Community Strategy  2014 - 2017

Develop and implement the Wyndham Youth Plan

Promote Wyndham and Hobsons Bay as desirable places for learning and skilling 

Coordinate and align advocacy strategy with LGA’s, LeadWest, Committee of Wyndham

Undertake an evaluation (led by young people) of employers and young people’s experience of the transition from school to tertiary education, apprenticeships, training and/or employment; and identify and communicate 2-3 key actions to improve that transition

Investigate student absenteeism data including key underpinning factors. Understand what is happening; identify what is working and what else needs to happen. Share this knowledge and implement suggested actions “It’s not ok to be away”

Explore and review alternative settings for learning (e.g. hours, locations “trade” training settings)

Explore possible alternative learning environments relevant to Wyndham in the future and identify a couple of key ideas to move forward in the next three years in the context of technology, entrepreneurship and engaging with other countries

Sponsor the Wyndham Barry Jones oration 2015

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