Online Volunteer Emergency Management System
Develop an online Volunteer Emergency Management System for key inter-agency information on preparedness and response to disasters and emergencies in the ADRA emergency accommodation role.
Cultural learning to meet community needs
Develop a training package to increase the capacity of volunteers to provide disaster welfare services to Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) and Aboriginal communities, and work with local cultural leaders to ensure it is relevant to local needs.
Community Fire Units e-learning program
Establish an interactive web-based learning and assessment portal for Community Fire Unit volunteers in NSW. The portal will provide induction and periodic knowledge reviews for volunteers to supplement face-to-face training.
Community Fire Units public awareness and promotion campaign
Develop a campaign to raise awareness of the Community Fire Units to people living in bush fire prone areas, particularly young people 16-17 years, with messages tailored to and conveyed via various channels including social media and community events.
Community Fire Units train the trainer program
Conduct two day train the trainer sessions to improve the training skills of Community Fire Unit volunteer team coordinators.
Community Fire Units volunteer leadership program
Deliver a five day intensive volunteer leadership program to senior volunteers.
Creating capacity to train volunteers through improved training facilities and technology
Purchase and install audio visual equipment to train emergency service volunteers. Conduct a campaign to boost membership targeting local businesses, high schools and local TAFE.
Major incident and cross border training NSW Ambulance Volunteer First Responders
An inter-agency, cross border training exercise to explore the clinical difficulties and contingency planning for NSW Ambulance volunteers and Community First Responders.
Xtreme2 training for northern NSW Ambulance volunteers and Community First Responders
An inter-agency training exercise to explore the clinical difficulties and contingency planning for NSW Ambulance volunteers and Community First Responders in northern NSW.
Mines Xtreme2 training for Ambulance volunteers and Community First Responders, Parkes
An inter-agency training exercise for NSW Ambulance volunteers and Community First Responders to explore the clinical difficulties and contingency planning in a mine setting at the North Parkes mine.
Emergency environmental shelter
Provision of an outdoor safety shelter for training in the maintenance of pumps and machinery, and the use of fire retardants.
Fit-out of training facility
Purchase training equipment for the recently expanded training facility.
Training room improvements
Purchase and install equipment to facilitate training of brigade members and the community.
Improvements to training room at Coonamble Fire Control Centre
Purchase equipment to enhance training opportunities and outcomes.
Purchase fire and safety training equipment
Purchase an interactive live fire and safety training system to provide practical demonstrations on extinguisher use and fire safety messages to the local community.
Purchase equipment for onsite and mobile brigade training.
Confined fire behaviour training and equipment
Weatherproof two confined fire behaviour training (CFBT) cells and purchase training equipment.
Rural Fire Service event marquee
Purchase a marquee for community engagement activities.
Purchase equipment for training.
Training room fit-out
Training area fit-out.
First aid training
Train brigade support members in basic first aid via an accredited package of online tuition, face to face practical training, and a formal skills based assessment.
TV and DVD player for training
Purchase equipment to train brigade members.
Community emergency training house
Create a simulated house for training in a range of skills including property protection, breathing apparatus, storm recovery, and heights rescue. Community training in smoke alarms a safe fire plan and preparation for fire and storm, and training the cadet unit.
Training resources library
Develop a library of training modules on different fire related events for volunteers.
Purchase equipment to provide community training and awareness.
Portable training aids
Purchase three marquees to support interactive training programs conducted.
Enhance training techniques with the purchase of an electronic smartboard.
Making best use of volunteer skills, interests and capacity in delivering bush fire safety programs
Compile a profile of RFS volunteers including skills, interests, and capability to inform planning to recruit, support and retain community engagement volunteers.
Operation Orange: Game On
Conduct an exercise in building leadership and participation for SES volunteers through a competitive team-based sports day, with the aim of motivating and retaining members.
Storm damage training facility
Training equipment for volunteers to learn safety procedures and repair methods for roof damage.
Volunteer training delivery modernisation
Enhance training facilities through the purchase of audio visual training aids and furniture.
'Subjective Camera' training devices
Purchase video cameras to produce training videos of real life operations for the recruitment, induction and ongoing training of volunteers, and for community awareness events.
Enhancement of in-house training and community education facilities
Purchase a manikin family and EpiPens for training SES volunteers to gain first aid qualifications.
Volunteer training phase IV
Deliver first aid workshops in Sydney and regional centres. Training will increase the skills of existing volunteer trainers, recruit additional volunteer trainers and build capability to teach accredited advanced first aid courses.
Provide advanced leadership and project management experience, training modules, individual training and mentoring for targeted volunteers, aged 18-25 years, across NSW.Statewide - $25,000
Unleashed: youth involvement program
Program coordinator training, participant guides and awards for the Unleashed program which recognises 14-18 year old surf life savers and aims to motivate and retain these volunteers.
Infant CPR manikins
Purchase an infant manikin for each SLS club in NSW to enable emergency first aid training on infants and meet changes to the Australian Resuscitation Council guidelines.
All Salvation Army Emergency Services teams in NSW, at 70-80 sites, will simultaneously provide 50 meals in an emergency catering training exercise designed to keep volunteer training current, improve leadership, encourage new volunteers and showcase their work to the community.
Increasing the diversity of the Disaster Recovery Chaplaincy Network
Training chaplains for the Disaster Recovery Chaplaincy Network including under-represented groups such as Islamic, Jewish, Hindu, Sikh, Buddhist and Aboriginal religious leaders and speakers of languages other than English. Develop training materials relevant to these groups and also increasing the number of trained chaplains in rural areas.
TV and DVD player for unit training
Purchase equipment to show training videos for volunteer members and guests.
Upgrade training equipment
Purchase training equipment for the training room.
Upgrade volunteer training facility
Purchase equipment to support training courses in the new local base.
Ski Park base upgrade
Erect an insulated dividing wall to create a dedicated volunteer training area.
Fit-out of volunteer training room
Purchase training equipment to enable professional quality training for volunteers.
Fit-out of training room
Purchase training equipment for the training of volunteers.
Awareness communication package
Develop a professional suite of communications material for social media and presentations for a continuing campaign to inform the public about MRNSW. The campaign will target the boating community, the business sector as supporters and potential sponsors, the general community and volunteers.