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L2P Mentors

The L2P Learner Driver (Mentee)/Mentor Program assists learners, who do not have access to a supervising driver or vehicle, to gain the 75 hour driving experience required to apply for a probationary licence.
About the Program: Young people are matched with fully licensed volunteer mentors and have access to a sponsored vehicle, which they can use to gain supervised driving experience.
L2P Murraylands is available for youth aged 16 to 25 and others living in the region.
A contribution of $12 per hour mentoring is made by particpating mentees.
The Program does not substitute for professional driving lessons and L2P does not pay for the probationary driving test itself.

Becoming a Volunteer Mentor:
To become a volunteer mentor in the L2P Program, you need:

  • to be over 21 years of age
  • to hold a current full South Australian driver's licence for at least the last two years

    Requirements we ask each volunteer to achieve before they can become a mentor are:
  • Agree to undergo a DHS National Police Clearance
  • Complete a 1 hour Volunteers RAN course (Reporting Abuse and Neglect) that addresses the Federal and State Governments 10 National Principles for Child and Youth Safety
  • Attend induction sessions with the program organisers and other interested organisations (e.g. SAPOL, Social Worker, RAA etc.)
  • All checks and training expenses are paid for by the program.

    A full copy of the Volunteer Mentor Program and Application are available for downloading in pdf format.

    Prac Session


    Mentor Program: click to download
    Mentor Application: click to download
    Code of Conduct: click to download
    Privacy Policy: click to download


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