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We are committed to educating the Western Australian community on electrical safety and energy efficiency. It is important these initiatives are practised from an early age, to ensure a lifetime of positive behaviours.
Electrical safety is our major focus as this has the potential to affect all members of the community throughout day-to-day life. Students will learn safety tips to practise inside and outside the home.
By improving our energy efficiency at home, school and work we can reduce the impact on our environment and save money on electricity bills.
Our education program has been designed for school age children to promote safety around electricity and to encourage a new generation of energy efficient people to protect the future of our planet.
We welcome schools to participate in the ShockProof education program for children aged five to 12 years of age. Our education presenter will attend your school and deliver 30-45 minute presentations on electrical safety and energy efficiency.
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