To support our mission to provide evidence-based road safety education that supports the development of a road safety culture across the generations, RSE offers programs to reach road users at a variety of stages of their life.
RYDA is a partnership which supports teachers on the journey as they provide their students with the tools and understanding they need to see themselves as active, responsible road citizens. RYDA becomes part of the school culture from the first to last day of a young person’s high school life, providing students with the tools, habits and motivation to take action and stay safe on our roads a both drivers and passengers throughout their lives.
RYDA, a program professionally developed by leading learning organisation, Road Safety Education Limited (RSE), is designed to complement the high school curriculum.
RYDA features a highly engaging and memorable one-day workshop which front-loads students’ understanding of road safety. The workshop sessions are designed to be held in small classroom sized groups (approximately 25 students) and are led by a team of trained facilitators including Police, driving instructors and other community sector specialists.Download the flyer
Good2Go is designed for learner and provisional/restricted drivers. Coordinated through schools and delivered to small groups (3-4 students), Good2Go puts RYDA on the road and students behind the wheel.
Good2Go features a theory module and three on road drive modules which directly address ways to avoid the most common crash types through in-car scenarios and practice.
Good2Go provides critical thinking skills and practice in decision making in a real setting, giving drivers skills in anticipation and observation so they can assess risk early and the motivation to drive safely.Download the flyer
RSE’s corporate program, BetterDriver is designed to contribute to the culture of safer travel by targeting all employees and developing a true understanding of what road safety looks like. Road trauma has an impact across an organisation whether it is a minor crash resulting in loss of productivity or the tragic loss of life.
All companies have a moral and legal responsibility to create a safe work environment and this extends to travel to and from work and employees’ families. The BetterDriver program is customised to the needs and special circumstances of each organisation and is designed for groups of 15-20 participants. The two-hour workshop focusses on the highest risk areas for experienced drivers and gives participants the opportunity to share their experience with colleagues and develop strategies for change.Download the flyer