We are an Australian charity providing driver awareness training to senior high school students. We help reduce youth death and trauma on our roads.
Find out how your school can start teaching BRAKE Driver Awareness Courses. Click for more information about our multi award winning eight part program for High Schools.
BRAKE is provided at as low a cost as possible to schools and students, however help is needed by those same schools and students to ensure that as many young people as possible can undertake the multi award winning BRAKE Program. 89% of donations go to providing courses to schools. Your donations help us save lives.
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BRAKE was initiated by Police Sergeant Rob Duncan in 2006.
All too often, Rob had been called to fatal road crashes involving teenage drivers. Part of his job was to tell distraught parents their child has just died in a car crash.
Rob believed there had to be a better way to train young drivers. He set about a national and international search for best-practice in young driver training.
The result is the acclaimed BRAKE Driver Awareness course. BRAKE uses evidence-based teaching techniques in its' highly successful eight part training course for year 11 students.
Sergeant Duncan received the Australian Commendation for Brave Conduct, the Royal Humane Society of Australasia Silver Medal for Bravery and the Commissioner's Commendation for Bravery in 2006.