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) seeks to develop 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.
- Certificate IV in Transport and Logistics Road Transport
- Driving Instructor Authority
- Working with Children Check
- Police Check
- Schedule appropriate dates and times for learner driver to complete lesson.
- Arrange appropriate pick-up/drop off locations.
- Accurately record learner logbook information.
- Learner driver evaluations – recognising learner drivers current experience and skill level.
- Complete vehicle inspections – tyres, leaks, signal indicators etc.
- Complete and maintain accurate learner lessons updates.
- Report any vehicle maintenance and/or specific repairs in a timely manner.
- Report any vehicle accidents.
- Follow COVID safety plan.
- Work in collaboration with the program coordinator, team leader and young person to create a culturally safe learning environment.
- Experience working with young people from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander backgrounds
- Ability to create a positive learning environment for young person
- Work collaboratively as part of a team
- Maintain professional working relationships with young persons involved in the program.
- Great time management and organisational skills
- Trustworthy, reliable and honest
KPI’s: Work collaboratively towards ADMP target of thirty (30) young people successfully obtaining their driver’s licence.
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