Aboriginal Driver Education Program

Licensed and on the Road is an award winning program dedicated to helping Aboriginal people get a driving licence. If you do not yet hold a current learner’s licence or you need assistance to build up your hours – this is for you. There are just 3 steps.

1. Getting your L’s
2. Getting your hours up
3. Going for your Licence.

  • Getting your L Plates
    – You receive driver education in literacy, language and numeracy to assist with the Driver Knowledge Test.
    – Access to computers and staff at the College so you can practice the RMS Learner Driver Knowledge Test.
    – Free RMS ‘Listen and Learn Driver Knowledge Test Book’ (audio version).

All students must obtain their L Plates before they can access one of our driving instructors.

  • Getting your hours up
    – A choice of two dual control driver training vehicles, one manual and one automatic.
    – Rostered weekly one hour lessons with fully qualified driving instructors.
    – Over 25’s are not required to complete logbook.
  • Going for your Licence
    – Two hour lesson with our instructor prior to the Driving Ability Road Test.
    – Access to an ACE vehicle for licensing* which includes a one hour lesson prior to the test. *Only available to students who have attended a minimum of 3 lessons.

Our driving team:
Jan Levy – Program Co-ordinator is your first point of contact and will book and manage all your lessons.

Bucky Robinson – Senior Aboriginal driving instructor provides both lessons and cultural support to students.

Geoff McClelland – Driving instructor provides lessons to help you prepare for the Driving Ability Road Test.

Fees:
The program is free for eligible participants.

Contact:
Jan Levy – 6621 6777 or 0429 423 116

The Aboriginal Driver Education Program is an initiative of ACE Community Colleges.

Painting by Artist Oral James Roberts. With great thanks and appreciation.