School Drug Education and Road Aware (SDERA)

Keys for Life is a free road safety program available for students in all WA schools. With resources and teacher professional development costs covered by SDERA, the program uses evidence-based teaching to help Year 10 to 12 students develop an awareness of road safety issues and a positive attitude to keeping safe on the roads.

Further information about SDERA Keys for Life program 

Paraplegic Benefit Fund (PBF)

RAC supports PBF to deliver an innovative and powerful road safety program that encourages young people to make safer choices about road use.

Facilitated by people who have sustained a spinal cord injury through a road trauma event, the PBF Prevention – Road program provides a first-hand account of the emotional, lifechanging and enduring impact that a serious road crash has and assists students in identifying risk-reducing strategies.

Schools who have booked an RAC Community Education in class workshop are entitled to a free PBF presentation.

For more information visit the PBF website or call PBF directly on (08) 9388 3366.


Keys2drive is an Australian government-funded program where learner drivers and their parent or supervisor have a free driving lesson with a keys2drive accredited professional driving instructor.

Learn more about keys2drive