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The F2D Workshop is a program based around road safety in schools. It aims to prevent serious injuries and lives lost amongst young Victorian road users. The young people we engage with get a unique opportunity to explore the complexities of decision-making and assessing risk as a road user.
Here’s what you need to know about the F2D Workshop:
The F2D Workshop is a road safety in schools program about keeping young people safe regardless of what type of road user they are.
To ensure that the F2D Workshop addresses the unique challenges faced by different areas, we have developed Points of Discussion (PODs) that can be selected based on the specific themes and issues relevant to different cohorts. Education providers are encouraged to choose two 20 minute PODs from the boxes below, which will serve as the focal points for participant engagement. In addition, the Victoria Police component contains important information related to all of these PODs so that there is still an opportunity for participants to consider the multitude of common risks affecting young road users.
Freedom comes with challenges.
This POD explores the complexities for inexperienced young road users, including the Graduated Licensing System (GLS), peer passengers, and seatbelts.
It's hard to concentrate on two things at once; texting and driving don't mix.
This POD focuses on mobile phones and other common distractions experienced by young road users.
If you speed a little, you can lose a lot.
This POD explores the risks and consequences associated with speeding and hooning for young road users.
Road use is a shared responsibility.
This POD puts the spotlight on pedestrians, cyclists, motorcyclists, public transport, and e-scooters.
A Create Your Own Adventure style POD that explores the impacts of fatigue, drugs, and alcohol, while using the
roads at night.
This POD is specifically designed for students using the roads in rural and regional settings.
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