General Education Programs
Project Booyah aims to holistically address a young person’s disengagement from education and community in order to build resilience and positive futures.
Project Booyah’ is an established 20-week early-intervention program for disadvantaged young people developed by the Queensland Police Service (QPS).
Built on an evidence-based framework, the program incorporates adventure based learning, social development, skills training, mentoring, case work, literacy/numeracy education and vocational qualifications.
Participants engage in attaining a Certificate Level I or II qualification and trade skills that will assist them in their pathway to employment. Participants are also supported through the program by caseworkers, with a strong emphasis on addressing causal factors associated with participants’ disengagement and/or behavioural issues.
Participants attend a structured three-day outdoor educational camp focused on team-building and leadership exercises that is intended to enhance self-confidence and build knowledge sharing between peers.
For more information or to make a referral, please contact our General Manager:
Quick Facts About The Region
Contact Project Booyah
Similar Providers Nearby
Disabled access Parking, Toilets (at Erindale)
Referral Required Contact us for details
Accessible By Anyone
Age Ranges All ages
Activities, Early Intervention, Literacy and Numeracy Programmes, Personal Helpers and Mentoring, Social and Community Participation, Support Groups, Youth