MCM is seeking volunteers for the TAC L2P Learner Driver Mentor Program to help young people gain the mandatory 120 hours of driving practice required to obtain their probationary licences.
Some learner drivers are disadvantaged due to a number of reasons such as not having access to a car, an appropriate supervising adult and/or not having the financial means required to obtain the 120 hours of supervised driving practice. This is how the L2P program aims to assist them.
Mentors will be required to meet a young person at either Sandringham, Prahran or South Melbourne police stations each week where they will collect the car and take the learner driver out for a minimum of one hour.
All insurance and petrol costs are included. The cars are available from 7am to 9pm every day and can be booked via an online calendar.
If you would like to get involved and volunteer your time to assist these drivers,we would love to hear from you.
A mentor must:
To apply to become a mentor for the TAC L2P Program, please download and complete our L2P Mentor Expression of Interest form and submit to us using the ‘Apply now’ button.
For any question relating to this volunteer role, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more details please see L2P Learner Driver section on the MCM website.
At MCM, we embrace differences in gender, age, ethnicity, race, cultural background, disability, religion and sexual orientation. We know that diversity and inclusion helps us to attract, recruit, engage and retain a team of talented people. If you require specific support to apply for this position, please advise the recruiting manager whose contact details are listed in the advertisement. We will work with you to identify the best way to assist you.
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