Learner Driver Programs
L2P Learner Driver Mentor Program
The L2P program, run by Good Shepherd Youth & Family Service and supported by Council, helps young people to gain their driver’s licence, by matching volunteers with learner drivers.
A driver licence can open up numerous life opportunities for a young person, including employment and education. Our L2P program promotes safe and lawful driving among younger drivers by engaging volunteers from the community to teach driving skills and provide a positive role model.
The program is free and available to young people aged 16 – 20 years old, who live, work or study in the City of Yarra.
Good Shepherd Youth & Family Service is seeking volunteers who can spare two hours per week to help disadvantaged young people gain their driver licence.
A safe vehicle, training, insurance and ongoing support is provided to all volunteers.
- Full Victorian Driver Licence and good driving record
- Willingness to work with young people
- Able to commit a minimum of two hours per week for 12 months
- Minimum 10 years driving experience preferred (not essential)
- Attend a free eyesight test
- Women and men including people from diverse cultural background are encouraged to apply.
A Police check, Licence check and Working with Children Check are required for all volunteers.
If you are interested in volunteeting to be a mentor, please contact Kristin Godby at Good Shepherd Youth & Family Service on 9270 9316.
For more information, visit the Good Shepherd website.
This program is supported by VicRoads, Yarra City Council, TAC, Members Equity, RACV and the Victoria Police.
For more information about becoming a mentor, contact:
L2P Project Worker - Good Shepherd
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