L2P program coordinatored by Southern Ethnic Advisory and Advocacy Council (SEAAC) in partnership with the City of Monash and City of Kingston is  VicRoads Learner Driver program for learner drivers aged 16-20 years old who face significant barriers to gain 120 mandatory driving hours on the road.

The program is a community-based volunteer program designed to provide access to driving practice on public roads for learner drivers under the supervision of a fully licensed driver.  By increasing the time of supervised driving to 120 hours, crash rates can be reduced by up to 30 percent.

"It was a pleasure mentoring such a fine young lady for a fairly short time . I gave her a broad range of driving experience over that time , and we saw quite a bit of Melbourne and suburbs . She liked the visit to my workplace to see the diesel locomotives that i work on ,as did my previous young male learners." Harry Stevens, Volunteer

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  • Are you over 25 years old?
  • Do you have a full licence?


If you are interested in mentoring a young person in the City of Monash and Kingston, or for more information please contact Anisa Zahidee on 9563 4130 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .


Southern Ethnic Advisory and Advocacy Council Inc.(SEAAC) is committed to supporting culturally & linguistically diverse young people in the South Eastern region of Melbourne. SEAAC provides a range of services including educational support and we are currently running two Multicultural Homework Support Programs aimed at secondary school student who are from refugee backgrounds. The homework programs are in Springvale Neighbourhood House and Springvale Learning & Activities Centre.  If you would like to assist with this valuable after school program, and you have 2 hours per week to spare, and want to gain experience in teaching or mentoring young people, then this is for you.

 - Does this sound like you?

  • Passionate about tutoring?
  • Enjoy working with youth?

- Do you have an interest in migrant & refugee youth issues?

  • Have basic knowledge of science, maths, human studies & English?
  • Want to make a difference in your community?

SEAAC Office: 1436A, Corner of Dandenong Road and Atkinson Street Oakleigh, VIC, 3166

For more information please contact Anisa @ 9530 4986 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.