Girls on Fire is set to transform the classroom in New South Wales this November.
Through an amazing program run by the Department of Education and The Regional Industry Education Partnerships (RIEP) program, Girls on Fire will be presenting two interactive sessions for New South Wales school students to attend.
This interactive experience is for female students in Year 10 – 12 who are exploring their options. The focus is looking for a rewarding career pathway with the NSW Fire and Emergency Services. Girls on Fire founder Bronnie Mackintosh can’t wait to meet you all.
And the best part? It’s free! You can register below.
What you will learn at the sessions
Two part series includes:
Overview of the NSW Fire & Emergency Services
What are the various roles within emergency services?
How to prepare for and discover which path to take during & post high-school
Resilience as a core capability
Panel of firefighters from all the services sharing their journeys
Opportunity to interact with Emergency Services and ask questions
Learn more about community safety, volunteering opportunities and your role
The Fire and Emergency Services included in these sessions:
Fire and Rescue, NSW Aviation Rescue Firefighting
NSW Rural Fire Service NSW State Emergency Service
National Parks & Wildlife Service Forestry Corporation, NSW
1st Session (Part 1) – 40 min presentation plus Q&A
Overview of Emergencies & how they are managed
Who are our Emergency Services and what roles are available
Who are we as responsible community members
Understanding of the fundamentals of community safety
Introduction to resilience
2nd Session (Part 2) – 40 min presentation plus Q&A
Meet the firefighters in our Emergency Services
Understand what it’s like to be a firefighter & what the role involves
Learn the various pathways to employment & building blocks to success
Explain the need for inclusive, multi-skilled teams that connect with our communities
Community impact of emergencies & disasters
Building your resilience
BOOK YOUR SPOT NOW! https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/girlsonfire
BROUGHT TO YOU BY:
RIEP, NSW Department of Education in association with Girls on Fire.
The Regional Industry Education Partnerships (RIEP) program creates connections between industry and secondary schools to support students in planning their future career pathways. Contacts with businesses while at school make a difference to the employment prospects of young people.