SDERA is helping young people to make smarter choices

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Keys for Life

Educating young people to be safer, responsible drivers

Resources for teachers, students and parents

Find out about our curriculum, parent and whole school approach resources

Methamphetamine strategy

Find out about our teaching and learning, parent and whole school approach resources

Talking Drugs Information Sessions

Register for a free Talking Drugs information session for parents or teachers to be held in Busselton and Manjimup in September



We have a range of resilience, drug and alcohol, and road safety education resources for early childhood educators, school staff, parents and students, that are easy-to-use. Classroom resources are linked to the Western Australian Curriculum.

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Professional Learning

Our face-to-face professional learning workshops are available statewide and aim to build the capacity of educators working with children and young people and their parents, to deliver best practice resilience, drug and alcohol, and road safety education programs. 

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Here you'll find information about methamphetamine and other drugs, answers to frequently asked questions, fact sheets, resources for schools, parents and young people, and links to external support services.



Engaging students in age-appropriate drug education assists them to make smarter choices and develop strategies to prepare them for challenging situations throughout their life. Our resources and professional learning, support whole school drug education plans.



Road safety education needs to start early to lay the foundations for safe road use in the future. We have an extensive range of resources, professional learning for school staff and education seminars for parents to support schools road safety education.



Changing Health Acting Together (CHAT) supports a whole school approach in resilience, road safety and drug education. Over 100 Western Australian schools are using CHAT resources and SDERA’s statewide consultancy service to achieve better health and wellbeing outcomes for students and parents.



Our pre-driver education program builds respect, responsibility and safety awareness in young people before they get their driver’s licence. School staff working with Year 10 to 12 students, and agencies, working with young people not enrolled in schools, can attend a professional learning workshop and use Keys for Life resources to run a 10-lesson course.



Our highly effective early childhood road safety education program is for educators, carers of young children. Resources and professional learning supports the delivery of appropriate road safety messages for young children and their parents.