The Working Safely in Water project would like to hear from anyone who is interested in being seconded to the National Advisor role on the project.
As a recipient of the Dr Sir John Te Ahikaiata Turei Memorial Grant, Firefighter Leanne Allen is strengthening her knowledge and understanding of te reo Māori.
The Te Ao Mārama team within Fire and Emergency is here to help with potential research projects and the funding of them.
Financial assistance for current or future students of te reo Māori
The Pacific Islands Languages Grant is now accepting applications from anyone considering, or already undertaking, study in any Pacific Islands language.
Keep an eye out on TV3 tonight at 7pm! Fire Risk Management Officer Nick Linton will be on The Project for Loud Shirt Day to talk about his experience as a firefighter, with hearing loss and a cochlear implant.
Reminder: Apply for the Firefighters’ Scholarship or Len Doughty Fellowship by Friday, 21 February 2020
Do you have a great idea for improving some aspect of Fire and Emergency NZ that aligns with current organisational strategy? Check out these two opportunities and send in your submission. Final reminder: submissions due in by Friday, 21 February.
Applications for the 2019/20 Pacific Islands Language Grant close Friday, 31 January 2020
Four people across the organisation recently received the Firefighters Scholarship and the Len Doughty Fellowship. The Fellowship was also used to bring two renowned experts to New Zealand. Reports from these recent recipients are now available
The Dr Sir John Te Ahikaiata Turei Memorial Grant is available to all personnel who are contemplating or currently learning te reo Māori.