The South Eastern BEC partners with industry and employer groups, schools, community organizations, parents, young people, youth service providers and other government organizations and professional career advisers to provide career and transition programs:
The Partnership Brokers program is designed to foster a strategic, whole of community approach to improving education and transition outcomes for all young people.
This is achieved through a national network of Partnership Brokers that create new partnerships and enhance existing partnerships between and among four key stakeholder groups:
- Education and training providers,
- Business and industry,
- Parents and families and
- Community groups.
The Southern Inland BEC has been contracted to deliver the Partnership Brokers Program in the Southern Inland Region of NSW.
The Partnership Brokers program objective is to facilitate stakeholder engagement, build community capacity and infrastructure and drive the government's education reform and social inclusion agendas to improve education and transition outcomes for all young people.
This is achieved through brokering partnerships between education and training providers, business and industry, parents and families, and community groups to foster a strategic, whole-of-community approach that supports young people's learning and development.
The Capital Region LCP, as the Partnership Broker in this region, will broker sustainable, strategic partnerships between key stakeholders to improve education outcomes and support young people to remain engaged, or re-engage, in education and realise their full social and economic potential.
If you are interested in being involved in a partnership that will assist youth attainment and transition outcomes in these areas please contact us via
or 02 6284 3297.
Partnership Broker Coordinator
Anja Livingston Ph.0429 843 297 email
Partnership Broker - Cooma, Bombala
Debbie Thomas Ph.0432 089 817 email
Paula Van Der Heide Ph. 0422 420 607