TAC L2P - Algabonyah Driver Mentor Program

In May 2021, the Rumbalara Football Netball Club (RFNC) took a significant step towards fostering a more inclusive and supportive environment for First Nations communities in the Goulburn Murray region by launching the ADMP. This initiative stands out as the first driving program in Victoria led by and for First Nations people, marking a critical advancement in culturally sensitive education and support.

The inception of the ADMP was driven by a profound understanding of the unique challenges faced by First Nations individuals in accessing driver education and obtaining a driver’s licence. Recognising the pivotal role that driving plays in enhancing mobility, independence, and access to employment and educational opportunities.

Central to the ADMP’s mission is the goal of empowering First Nations people across all age groups within the Goulburn Murray region by providing them with the necessary resources, support, and mentorship to navigate the journey towards obtaining a learner driver licence and accumulating the 120 hours, 6 months or 3 months of driving experience required for a probationary licence. 

ADMP is proud to be a part of the TAC L2P program. The Transport Accident Commission (TAC) L2P Program is a community-based program developed to assist eligible young Victorian learner drivers between the ages of 16 and 21 years (and in some circumstances, up to 23 years) who do not have access to a supervising driver, or an appropriate vehicle gain driving experience required for a probationary licence. For more information on the TAC L2P program, hit the link in the button below. 

ADMP is open to all age groups, so don’t be worried, we are here to help everyone. You may be registered as a participant through the L2P section of the program if you are between 16 and 21, or as an older participant through the existing ADMP program.  

Child safety policy

RFNC is committed to the safety, wellbeing and empowerment of all children and young people by actively promoting safety and eliminating factors that lead to children and young people being harmed and abused. Below you will find a link for the RFNC Child Safety Policy. If you have any further questions in relation to this, please contact the ADMP team today.

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