Keys for Life - Teachers

Keys for Life is an evidence-based pre-driver program that empowers young people to make informed decisions about safer driving. Only teachers that have attended the Keys for Life professional learning workshop can administer the Learner's Permit Test at school.

Keys for Life Boys with L plates in carKeys for Life resources for teachers include learning activities and materials for students, teachers, and parents. These are provided at the professional learning workshop and can be downloaded for free.

Young boys with L platesKeys for Life student resources assist young people to gain valuable life skills as well as knowledge about road rules, licensing, safer vehicles and safer driving. 

Girl holding L platesStudents who sit and pass the Learner's Permit Test at school receive a Keys for Life certificate which is used when applying for a Learner's Permit. This is a privilege authorized by the Department of Transport.

image of lap top on deskKeys for Life digital resources are available for staff, students and parents. Other websites provide a variety of support material to help young people gain a license, including online quizzes, practice tests and information about licensing and road rules.

Parents play a key role in teaching their children to drive. To help parents do this, schools can host a Keys for Life parent workshop run by SDERA and the RAC.

Keys for Life instructions and checklists will help teachers and facilitators implement the Keys for Life program.

Keys for Life has been endorsed by the School Curriculum and Standards Authority (SCSA). Schools can choose one of two Keys for Life endorsed programs relevant for students in Years 10, 11 and 12.

Road Safety Video ClipsThere are many road safety movie clips produced locally, nationally and internationally, exploring the issues of speeding, drink and drug driving, driver fatigue and driver distraction.

For further information on the Keys for Life Program please contact

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