Women needed for Volunteer Driver Mentor Roles

Do you have a couple of hours to spare each week?

Would you be interested in helping women learner drivers from migrant and refugee backgrounds to complete their 80 hours of on-road practice time?

Become a volunteer driver mentor with the MRC Tas Learn to Drive Program!

Obtaining a driver’s licence is life changing, as it can help people to gain independence and access a range of opportunities.

To become a Learner Driver Mentor, all you need is a full driver’s licence and the ability to volunteer a couple of hours a week.

To use the MRC Tas vehicle for driving practice mentors need to:

  • Be over 25 years with a minimum of 2 years’ experience on an Australian licence
  • Supply a police check for good character and driving record
  • Supply a working with vulnerable people check

If you are interested in sharing your skills and giving back to your community, we’d love to hear from you!

Phone Alessandru on 03 6221 0999. If you need an interpreter (TIS) call 131 450 first, then ask them to call Migrant Resource Centre Tasmania. OR email: driving@mrctas.org.au 

Posted: 27/06/2022

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