Whittlesea community members who hold a full driving license are invited to volunteer as driving mentors. Full VicRoads mentor training is provided. A car and petrol for all supervised driving sessions is also provided as part of the program. For further information, contact Edmond.
Partnerships & Projects » Whittlesea L2P Learner Driver Mentor Program
Since July 2007, a key element of the new Victorian Licensing System requires that all learner drivers aged under 21 years log a minimum of 120 hours of supervised driving before they can sit their probationary driving test. The L2P Program is a Victorian Government initiative that aims to help young learner drivers who may have considerable difficulty in achieving this, unless a community-based program is available.
The Whittlesea L2P is a community-based partnership project involving VicRoads, the City of Whittlesea Council and Whittlesea Community Connections. Community members are also involved as steering group members and as volunteer driver mentors.
Young people aged between 16-21 years who:
For referrals or to discuss any other aspect of the program, please contact Edmond Babatunde on 9401 6666 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org