RSPCA QLD Education Programs
Last updated: May 20, 2014
The RSPCA Qld Humane Education Department is committed to changing the hearts and minds of children and adults throughout Queensland, so they can better understand how to care for animals and how their behaviours can impact upon animals. All of our Humane Education programs are based on the belief that empathy can in fact be learned, and that education is the RSPCA’s most powerful weapon in changing attitudes and behaviour towards animals.
Love animals and wish you could help them? Interested in a career working with animals? Or simply at a loose end these school holidays? Check out the RSPCA Qld’s fabulous holiday programs. Learn how to care for your pets, become a crusader for wildlife, check out life on the farm or be a vet nurse for a day. Catering for children aged 4 to 18 and family groups there is something for everyone.
RSPCA QLD School Visits
RSPCA QLD’s On Foot Visits program will bring an RSPCA educator to your school or community group to deliver a presentation from a wide range of animal-related topics. Learn more about RSPCA Queensland School Visits
The EMU – Education Mobile Unit
EMU is RSPCA Qld’s flagship Education Mobile Unit – a state-of-the-art classroom on wheels filled with interactive animal welfare education. Learn more about the EMU.
The Mission ImPAWSible Program is an action-based animal welfare project undertaken by students, over two years. This student-directed Program allows students to help animals in a proactive way and, in doing so, demonstrate their support for the RSPCA. Learn more about Mission Impawsible.
Bundaberg Education Centre
The Bundaberg Education Centre offers hands on educational experiences to students and the wider community on a range of key animal welfare issues. Two Programs are offered from the Centre: