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Young Drivers

Fit to Drive

The City of Kingston and RoadSafe South East with the support of the Victorian Community Road Safety Partnership Program support schools within the City of Kingston to provide the Fit 2 Drive Program. Click here for more information on the Fit to Drive Program. 

Keys Please

Keys Please offers information and practical ideas for Year 10 students on how to use the learning to drive period, getting the mandatory 120 hours of driving practice and becoming safe drivers. The free information session is run by a Vicroads presenter. Click here for more information on the Keys Please program.

Bike Ed

RoadSafe South East and the City of Kingston can assist with the costs of Bike Ed at your school. This includes teacher training or resources. For more information please contact the Community Road Safety officer on 1300 653 356 to discuss further. 

Looking after our mates

Looking after our mates (LAOM) is a drug and drink drive information session about responsible drinking, safe driving and looking after your friends. Topics covered include drug and drink driving as road safety issues, the effects of drug and alcohol on the body and performance, the law and strategies that can be used to avoid drug and drink driving. The presentation runs for 1 hour, is interactive, held at your own venue at a time that is suitable for your participants and is free. LAOM sessions can be delivered to sporting clubs, community groups, businesses, organisations and in schools to Year 12 students.

For more information or to book a LAOM session please contact the Community Road Safety officer on 1300 653 356.

Secondary College Programs

The City of Kingston can support the delivery of many programs in both resources and funding. Please contact the Community Road Safety Officer on 1300 653 356 to discuss your school's requirements.