Keys4Life Pre-Driver Program
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.
A driver’s licence is one of the most valuable privileges anyone can have. With independence and freedom comes responsibility. By participating in the Keys4Life program you will gain valuable life skills as well as knowledge about road rules, licensing, safer vehicles and safer driving, and driver tolerance and courtesy.
The program consists of 10 lessons, covering the following topics, and more;
- The WA Graduated Driver Training and Licensing (GDT&L) System
- Responsibilities, behaviours and consquences
- Road rules and signs
- Crash causes and stats
- Driver distractions
The Department of Transport authorises registered Keys4Life Facilitators to administer the Learner’s Permit Theory Test within the community. This is the test that is usually conducted as a Computerised Theory Test (CTT) at a Transport DVS centre or agent.
Keys4Life Student Program Resources
|Behind the Wheel Student Journal||Let’s Practise||Drive Safe Handbook||How to use a Keys4Life certificate|
|Behind the Wheel is a compulsory journal to complete at home before you can sit the Learner’s Permit Theory Test.||The Let’s Practise booklet 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.||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.||If you successfully complete the Keys4Life program you will have the opportunity to sit the Learner’s Permit Theory Test at school. If you pass the test with 24/30 or above, you can provide your Keys4Life certificate to the WA Department of Transport and will be exempt from paying the theory test portion of the fee.|