NSW State Emergency Service Secondary Schools Cadet Program

NSW SES Secondary Schools Cadet Program is committed to enlisting the next generation of volunteers by encouraging young Australians to get involved in the NSW SES through the Cadet Program or by joining a local NSW SES Unit directly from the age of 16.

The Cadet Program is a NSW State Emergency Service volunteer initiative, funded by the NSW Government and administered and supported by the NSW SES. The program is currently free of charge. Course content has been specifically designed to be interactive and hands on so students have fun while learning.

The aim of the Cadet Program for Secondary Schools is to provide students with the skills, knowledge and attitudes required to achieve an understanding of the NSW State Emergency Service and its role in the community.

The specific goals of the program are:

  • To provide progressive, interesting and challenging training that encourages the development of positive personal and team characteristics among participants
  • To encourage the idea of achieving success in life through the spirit of service to Australia and commitment within the local community; and
  • To provide an understanding of the NSW State Emergency Service and other Emergency Service agencies.

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