On Tuesday 08 June 2021, SETS Project in conjunction with Gymea Community Aid and Information Service, held an information session for the Driver Licensing Access Program (DLAP) at the SETS’s office in Mount Pritchard, NSW. Nearly 30 participants attended the session, the majority were excited to join the program and start their involvement with the program.

DLAP helps remove the barriers that prevent refugee and resettlement communities from entering the driver licensing system.

SETS would like to thank Gymea Community Aid and Information Service for this great opportunity to our newly arrived community members and assist them in getting their driving licences.

For more information about the program, please contact Fr Fadi Nemme on 0416 730 720.