Volunteer Community Driving Mentors wanted
Using your years of experience you will provide an inexperienced driver, experience and support on how to be a safer driver through the right attitude and behaviour.
Mentors are volunteers who act as coaches supervising a range of practice driving experiences. They help the learner drivers to think about their driving and how they need to manage the vehicle and keep their focus on what they need to practise.
A car is supplied for use when undertaking driving mentoring.
• Minimum age 25 years.
• Must have had a Full car licence for a minimum two years.
• Pass a ‘fit and proper person’ assessment by the police. This is the same criteria used for licensed instructors - including assessment for traffic and
criminal offence history.
• Consent to relevant checks and sharing of this information with the community programme provider.
• Attend a 2 ½ hour induction mentor training session and in-car training.
• Commit to, follow and sign the CDMP ground rules.
• Would enjoy making a difference in someone’s life through giving your invaluable experience and time
Be available to supervise your learner driver for the duration of the programme,
This is 30 hours over 12 weeks. This is negotiable.
The first step is to express your interest by filling out the form below. We will then put you in touch directly with the organisation for more information on the role and how to proceed.