Schools

The crash risk for drivers is highest in the first 6-12 months of solo driving. Young drivers are 60% more likely to be involved in a serious crash than any other age group. In response to the high number of requests we receive from schools for resources, tours and presentations, below are links to evidence-based materials to assist students, teachers and those wanting to deliver programs in schools.

Click on the image to access easily downloadable resources.

In 2019 Road Safety was integrated into the Year 11 Queensland Health Syllabus,

in consultation with CARRS-Q.

Guidelines for Developing & Operating Learner Driver Mentor Programs.

CARRS-Q conducted a research on behalf of Queensland Department of Transport & Main Roads which examined best practice driver education programs for senior school students (years 10-12) and young novice drivers.

Other links:

School road safety resources, Department of Transport & Main Roads, Queensland Government

Road Safety, Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development & Cities, Australian Government

BITRE, Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development & Cities, Australian Government

Inquiry into the National Road Safety Strategy 2011-2020 (September 2018) – Final Report

Safer Roads Safer Queensland