Road Ready programs

Personal stories and face-to-face interaction can have an incredible impact, especially in a world of digital education. We offer a range of RAC community education programs designed to help Year 10 to 12 students learn real-life lessons about how to stay safer on our roads.


On the Roads Program

These workshops are designed to help keep students safe on the roads by influencing risk reduction, increasing resilience and encouraging responsible behaviour.

Book a school visit by contacting RAC Community Education on 9436 4471 or email

On the Roads Program - teacher booklet (PDF 1.4MB) 

RAC bstreetsmart

Help students understand the realities of road trauma by registering your school to attend RAC bstreetsmart.

RAC bstreetsmart is a free youth road trauma event held at Perth Arena for school students in years 10-12 to increase the awareness of issues relating to road safety for young people.

The event comprises of a crash scene re-enactment, attended by emergency services personnel, and hearing from guest speakers who have been personally affected by road trauma.

For further information about this event visit the RAC bstreetsmart website 

PBF Prevention 

RAC funds the Paraplegic Benefit Fund (PBF) to deliver an impactful in school presentation that focuses on the prevention of road crashes and offer participants a first-hand account of what it is like to experience and live with a spinal cord injury sustained through a road crash.

For more information about this presentation visit the PBF website