Highways England and RSGB Online Educational Delivery Survey
Road Safety education in the UK has previously been predominantly through face to face interaction, be that in schools, through interactive workshop sessions such as Bikesafe, or police referrals through NDORS courses. Whilst some education was delivered online, the pandemic and associated lockdown in March 2020 accelerated the development and delivery of a suite of online resources that may remain the preferred choice of delivery of Road Safety Education once restrictions are eased. For some these resources are the transfer of existing materials to an online platform, for others it may be a totally new resource.
This survey is a national review of online education road safety delivery seeking to ascertain changes that have occurred pre and during lockdown. The purpose is to understand what is being delivered and developed so that best practice can be shared, and road safety practitioners can be supported in delivery as we move forward.
For this survey, we are interested in all road safety education that you have been developing or delivering in recent years. This is not limited to schools and can include education to any age or road user group. However, we are less interested in social media or online interactions unless there is a specific education (rather than awareness) element.
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1. Are you currently delivering any road safety education online? *