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Mentors in driving seat

A LEARNER driver program is geared to be back on the roads after potential mentors signed up on Friday night.

North Central Local Learning Employment Network’s Peter Aurisch re-launched the program at Pyramid Hill’s Volunteer Expo.

Peter signed up potential learner driver mentors who will undertake two days of training before guiding district youngsters preparing to earn their driving licence.

He said the program had been running for 10 years but was put in abeyance for the past two years with COVID restrictions.

Peter said the program was aimed to people aged between 16 and 20, helping them gain driving hours and knowledge in maintenance of vehicles.


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