The BMLLEN welcomes two new schools to the VCAL Network for 2014. This year Jackson School and CaLM Alternative Setting have both been accredited to run VCAL programs in 2014. The Jackson School ran a trial VCAL program in 2013 with great success therefore the transition to a fully accredited VCAL course was ensured. The Jackson School VCAL program has established partnerships with CERES and Water 2 All to provide vocational training in the areas of horticulture, warehousing and hospitality.
The CaLM setting has established vocational training partnerships with A Gesture and Safe T Training in the areas of warehousing and civil construction. From all reports both programs are up and running well with the students engaged in the VCAL program and vocational courses.