The ADMP aims to break down barriers that prevent young people from obtaining their licence by providing access and support to local Indigenous young people who do not have the resources to necessary to obtain their learner driver licence and achieve 120 hours of driving experience required to gain their probationary licence. The Rumbalara Football Netball Club (RFNC) has developed the ADMP as a response to the many social and economic disadvantages Indigenous young people face when obtaining their learner and probationary licence. These disadvantages play a major role in preventing young people from securing sustainable employment.
Our goal is to have 30 young people obtaining their driver’s licence.
For more information regarding the Algabonyah Driver Mentor Program or the application process please contact:
Team Leader Algabonyah Driver Mentor Program – Glenn Walker 0401 641 747
If you are interested in assistance for obtaining your driver’s licence, please compete the Learner’s application form below and return your completed application to:
- In person: Glenn Walker at Kaiela Institute, 21 Wyndham Street or Bree Firebrace at Ashe, 21 Nixon Street
- By mail: 21 Wyndham Street, Shepparton VIC 3630
- By email: firstname.lastname@example.org