Keys4Life Teachers

Keys4Life is a pre-driver program that empowers young people to make informed decisions about safer driving.

Only facilitators who have attended the Keys4Life professional learning workshop can deliver the Keys4Life program and administer the Learner’s Permit Theory Test as outlined in the program implementation.

All Keys4Life teachers must have a teaching/education degree (and current registration with the Teacher Registration Board of WA) OR a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment to deliver the program.


Keys4Life Teacher Program Resources

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Keys4Life Teacher Resource Behind the Wheel Student Journal Let's Practise Learner's Permit Theory Test

The Keys4Life Teacher Resource has 10 lessons that cover essential pre-driver and road safety education content. It is mapped to a selection of learning areas in the Western Australian Curriculum.

Behind the Wheel is a compulsory journal for Keys4Life students to complete at home before they sit the Learner’s Permit Theory Test.

Students who attend a Keys4Life Parent Workshop will be given a Let’s Practise booklet. This resource includes information about the Graduated Driver Training and Licensing (GDT&L) system in WA, the learn to drive process, and other handy tips about being a safer driver.

👉 Hard copies are not available for teachers to order.

Students who successfully complete the Keys4Life program are provided with the opportunity to sit the Learner’s Permit Theory Test at school. Those who pass and have a valid Keys4Life certificate are granted an exemption from the theory test fee by the WA Department of Transport. 

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Drive Safe Handbook Professional Learning Endorsed Program Learner's Permit Theory Test Register

This handbook is a comprehensive guide to the road rules that apply in Western Australia and has been written primarily to help new drivers prepare for a lifetime of safe driving.

Only facilitators that have attended the Keys4Life one-day professional learning workshop can facilitate the Keys4Life program and administer the Learner’s Permit Theory Test.

Keys4Life has been endorsed by the School Curriculum and Standards Authority (SCSA). Schools can choose one of two Keys4Life endorsed programs relevant for students in Years 10, 11 and 12.

Download and complete the Keys4Life Learner’s Permit Theory Test register.



Keys4Life Teacher Additional Resources

Department of Transport
Licensing System
Department of Transport
Secure Your Identity
Department of Transport
Road Rules Theory Test Quiz

Explore the steps in the WA Graduated Driver Training and Licensing System.

For information on how to meet the proof of identity requirements for initial driver’s licence applications.

Use the online quizzes on the Department of Transport’s website to test students’ understanding of the road rules.

Department of Transport
Digital Learner Log Book
Road Safety Commission
Towards Zero
Road Safety Commission
Campaigns

Share information about the Learn&Log App available to record supervised driving hours.

Download or read about the Road Safety Commission’s road safety strategy for 2008-2020.

View the campaigns produced by the Road Safety Commission targeting road safety.

Road Safety Commission
12 Most Asked About Road Rules
Road Safety Commission
Safety Games
Road Trauma Support WA
(RTSWA)

View the Pre-trip Prep 101 video and short videos explaining road rules.

Explore simulated games that demonstrate the impact drinking and driving and distractions can have on road safety.

Road Trauma Support WA offer information and support, education and training and free counselling.

Australian New Car Assessment Program (ANCAP) Car Safety Ratings RAC
Used Car Ratings
SDERA - Guidelines for managing student drivers and their passengers

Use ANCAP to explore new car safety ratings.

Visit the RAC website for current information on used car safety ratings.

This document supports a whole-school approach to road safety through the development of student driver guidelines.

SDERA - Road Map: A road safety directory for schools and communities Road Safety Good Practice Guides Keys4Life Family Information Sheets

This directory has helpful information, a guide to road safety education resources, and contact details for services and organisations across Western Australia who can support and assist with school road safety education programs and initiatives.

The Transport Accident Commission (TAC) and VicRoads, in conjunction with SDERA, have developed the following good practice guides based on evidence-based research to assist schools and community groups.

Share the following Family Information Sheets from the Keys4Life program with young drivers and their supervising drivers to build their knowledge and understanding of the learn to drive process.

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