What is the Peninsula Pathways Association (PPA)?
The PPA is for those working with young people in education settings to find pathways and options for at risk and disengaged young people – this involves, for example. managed individual pathways and transition workers.
The PPA meetings are valued by those working with young people as a hub of information and resources.
The FMPLLEN supports the PPA in a number of ways:
FMPLLEN key contact person:
Jo Prosser, Frankston Mornington Peninsula LLEN
PPA Executive Co-Chairs:
Amy Joseph, Somerville Secondary College
Michaeli Lyon, Mornington Secondary College
‘Schools Only’ (full membership)
‘Agency membership’ (Associate membership)
What are Managed Individual Pathways (MIPs)?