The program helping students get behind the wheel in Euroa
driving, which was donated by the Strathbogie Shire.
“We ensure the young person is adequately supported to get the necessary hours and necessary experience,” Mr Winters said. “We see a very high success rate of those that go on to get their license which is really great.”
Students from Euroa Secondary College are among the 15 participants from around the shire involved in the program and principal Harold Cheung said it’s great to be able to have it offered to the school community.
The L2P program will be hosting a training session on Thursday, November 15, 9am at the old SES building at the council offices (enter via Bury Street), for those wanting to become a mentor.
Mentors don’t require any formal qualifications and will undertake the VicRoads supervising driver trainer package to ensure they are equipped with the skills needed.
Mr Winters is encouraging all of those interested to contact him for further details on 0437 762 520 or firstname.lastname@example.org