employment service Jobfind has generously sponsored a fleet vehicle in the
Transport Accident Commission (TAC) L2P Program.
program, eligible learner drivers between the ages of 16 and 21 (and in some
circumstances, up to 23) who lack access to a supervising driver or a vehicle
are matched with fully licensed volunteer mentors who provide supervised
funded by the Transport Accident Commission, is administered by the Department
of Transport and Planning and coordinated by the City of Greater Geelong.
The City will
celebrate 15 years of commitment to the TAC L2P Program in January 2024.
In 2023, 186
learner drivers participated and 65 learners graduated from the program with
their probationary licence.
driving sessions are instrumental in helping young people gain the necessary
driving experience required for a probationary license.
It is also a
rewarding opportunity for volunteer mentors to connect with young people in
their community and support them in becoming safe drivers.
Regional Manager Joe Abdo:
understands the value of having a driver’s license as it opens up greater
currently 104 volunteer mentors in the City’s TAC L2P Program with access to
eight fleet vehicles and Council is actively seeking additional mentors to join
provides a comprehensive training program to ensure mentors are well prepared
and understand their role as a supervising driver.
enrolled in the TAC L2P Program have the added benefit of access to free
driving lessons with a professional instructor to build their skills before
embarking on supervised driving sessions with volunteer mentors.
considered for the TAC L2P Program, both learner drivers and potential
volunteer mentors are required to complete an application form and undergo an
Visit the L2P
page on the Vicroads website
information email [email protected]
or contact the L2P Project Officer on 03 5272 5272