Learn2Live events for young drivers

Learn2Live is a road safety partnership that runs events for year 12 and 13 students (age 16-18). The events provide students with information and resources to help keep them safer on the roads as new drivers, and as passengers of new drivers.

What to expect

The events are usually run as a live theatre-style presentation or as a virtual event. You’ll hear presentations from members of the emergency services and relatives of young people who have been killed or seriously injured in road traffic collisions in Devon.

We'll also share information and practical solutions for how to keep young people safer on the roads and reduce the risk of them being involved in an accident.

How to book

If you would like to arrange a Learn2Live session or book a place at an upcoming session please visit the Learn2Live website.

To find out more please email Annabelle Priest from our road safety team via annabellepriest@dsfire.gov.uk.

Virtual events

Here's a glimpse of what you can expect from one of our virtual Learn2Live events.

Remote video URL

Other events

As the Learn2Live events are often delivered to a large audience we also do smaller sessions which can be run in your school or college. We offer these to all participating schools and colleges once your students have attended a Learn2Live event.

We can also attend freshers fairs, safety weeks and school events on request.

If you'd like any more information about our events or what we could do, please get in touch with Annabelle Priest.

Learn2Live in Somerset

Learn2Live events in Somerset are run by Somerset Road Safety. Please visit the Somerset Road Safety website for more information.

Support for parents

We run an event for parents once a year. This is aimed specifically at parents of older teenagers and gives practical advice and tips for keeping your children safer on the roads both as passengers and as new drivers.

You can find out more about the event and more safety advice for parents on the Learn2Live website.