Keys 4 Life Online
This workshop supports those working with young people 15 years of age or older not in a school setting and provides participants with the opportunity to:
unpack the Keys 4 Life Online resource that is mapped to two units in the Certificate 1 General Education for Adults (CGEA1)
explore young driver issues, the link between driving practice and reduced crash risk and the process for gaining a driver’s licence in Western Australia
consider the requirements associated with administering the program including authority to administer the Learner’s Permit Test.
At the 2017 Australian Road Safety Awards, Keys4Life was awarded the best Community Program in Australia and also received the Founder’s Award for Outstanding Achievements, an award that cannot be entered but is awarded by the panel to recognise achievement.
The workshop is free, lunch is provided and certificates of participation will be issued on completion. SDERA will provide support for teacher relief for those working in an education support or engagement centre. Agencies are unfortunately not eligible for the relief payment.
Participants must attend the workshop to receive a free copy of the Keys 4 Life resource and be authorised to conduct the Learner’s Permit Test at a school site.
Eligibility to enrol
Anyone who works with young people over 15 years of age, and that may be experiencing literacy or language difficulties, or not attending a school site.
Length of workshop
The workshop commences at 8:30am and concludes at 3:00pm.
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Places in SDERA workshops are limited and we ask that you make a commitment to attend once you have registered. If you are unable to attend, please let us know as soon as possible so that we are able to offer your place to another applicant.
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