Keys4Life

Keys4Life is a pre-driver program that helps to educate young people about safer road use and allows them to sit their Learner's Permit Theory Test. Preparing young people for safer driving is an important component of the Western Australian road safety strategy as each year young drivers are over-represented in road crash statistics. 

The Keys4Life program is funded by the Road Safety Commission, administered by the Department of Education, and delivered by registered Keys4Life facilitators. The program can be implemented in school and non-school environments with young people aged 15 years and above.

Teacher helping students at their desk Two female students holding L plates and reading Keys4Life booklet Father helping son with driving information

Keys4Life Teachers

Keys4Life Students

Keys4Life Parents


For further information on the Keys4Life Program please contact sdera.co@education.wa.edu.au.

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