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Boronia Women's Prison Hospitality and Catering Program



The Hospitality and Catering Program is part of the overall initiative to help prisoners in the Boronia Women's Prison in Western Australia improve their education and life skills.

The full course is a minimum of six months. It covers basic meal planning, cooking and how to manage a budget - important skills that many of the prisoners at Boronia have never had the opportunity to develop.

Between four and eight women are involved in the program at any time. As many of the women are not at Boronia long enough to complete the full course, it has been designed so they can continue their training and earn a certificate with Hospitality Group Training following release.

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Boronia Pre-Release Centre for Women
14-16 Hayman Road
Bentley WA 6102
Ph: (08) 9212 3600
Fax: (08) 9212 3515


Last updated: 24 May 2016
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