Planned Intervention Programme 2021-22
Applications are now open for groups who wish to deliver a programme under Planned Intervention Programme 2021/22.
Completed applications must be submitted to the Education Authority no later than 4pm on Friday 30th April 2021.
*Successful applications are subject to funding being made available
About T:BUC Camps
Funding is made available for the delivery of the Planned Intervention programme by The Executive Office (TEO).
The fund is designed specifically to enable organisations to work with young people living in interface areas or locations where there is the potential of heightened social unrest during the summer period and at key times such as evenings and weekends.
Subsequently, Planned Intervention has three outcomes that must be met by an application and these can be viewed in the ‘All Programmes Must’ tab below.
Planned Intervention Funding Guidance and Information
- Engage young people living in interface areas or locations where there is potential for of heightened social unrest
- Target young people aged 10-25 years old. However, evidence suggests that young men aged 14-18 years old would benefit most from a Planned Intervention programme and rationale must be provided if they are not the primary target of your application.
- Focus delivery to engage and provide outcomes for young people against the three outcomes of the Planned Intervention Programme.
Planned Intervention Programme Outcomes:
Outcome 1 – Reduction in number of crime and antisocial behaviour incidents in the areas where the young people live
Outcome 2 – Reduction in the number of young people engaging in risk taking behaviours
Outcome 3 – Increase in the % of young people who think favourably about young people in the other community