MIC Youth Driving Program

Jul 10

Jointly sponsored by Vic Roads and the Australian Government Department of Social Services, this program supports newly arrived (less than 5 years in Australia), youth (aged 16 or older) who are from a refugee or family stream migrant background and live in the eastern region of Melbourne get their Learner Driver Permit.

Spread across 4 days, participants will be supported to go through all the content required to know about Victorian road rules. On the final day, participants will sit the Learner Permit Test at a local VicRoads Centre.

Participants must have a Health Care Card and relevant Travel Document ID. There is a $20 fee to help cover the cost of the Learner Permit Test.

Places for this program are now FULL, but if you are interested to be on a waiting list for the next program, let us know!

Please contact MIC Youth Team:

Jessica: 0457 597 043 or email JessicaT@miceastmelb.com.au

Randi:0448 314 052 or email rwijekoon@miceastmelb.com.au

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