TAC L2P Program - Carer Survey

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The TAC L2P Program assists learners under 21 years of age to gain the 120 hours driving experience required to test for their P’s.

 

How does it work?

The TAC L2P Program matches learners from 16 to 21 years old with a fully-licensed and screened volunteer mentor driver, and a practice vehicle, to help them gain driving experience. 

Learners participating in the program have access to up to seven free driving lessons with a professional instructor throughout the program. This helps learners build their skills before getting on the road with a volunteer mentor and continue progressing through the four stages of the Graduated Licensing System.

See the VicRoads website for details on how to find your local program: https://www.vicroads.vic.gov.au/licences/your-ps/get-your-ps/preparing-for-your-licence-test/l2p-learner-driver-mentor-program

 

Survey for Foster Carers

Driving is a fundamental life skill and critical to many recreation and relaxation opportunities as well. Young people in care and transitioning from care should have access to driver education as early as possible as in Victoria, learners are required to have 120 hours of practice before they can go for their licence.

FCAV and the DIVRS Darebin L2P program want to know if you can easily access support with young people for driving.

This quick survey will help us advocate to improve accessibility and inclusivity of driver education options for young people in care.

Take the Survey here: L2P learner driver program for young people in out of home care Survey - Formstack