This year's theme 'Looking forward, looking back: Shaping the new norm' alludes to the ever changing cultural landscape of our Emergency Services. Delegates will be able to reflect on their own career journey as they listen to quality speakers who will inspire and influence each of us to contemplate how as individuals we can have a role in shaping where our sector is heading into the future.
The board of WAFA is currently calling for abstracts for presentations at the conference. As a guide, topics may include, but are not limited to the following:
Abstract submissions are due by COB Friday 18 May 2018.
To find out more, including abstract submission guidelines, please click here.
This award recognises a young woman (16-20 years) who is a volunteer in the fire and emergency services industry who has demonstrated strong and consistent leadership and a commitment to the safety of their community.
Without our male colleagues supporting and encouraging us, our ability to influence the industry would be a lot harder. This award recognises a male champion within our industry who has:
WAFA recognises that all organisations are striving to be proactive in the Diversity and Inclusion space. This award recognises an organisation's effort and dedication to diversity and inclusion through programs and initiatives which have produced tangible results.
Award nominations are due by COB Friday 18 May 2018 and will be presented at the Conference Gala Dinner.
To find out more, please click here.
The Gender Balance Overview of Australasian Firefighters 2015 is a WAFA initiative to establish the current state of... play for all Fire Agencies within Australasia....
As a base we hope it will encourage Agencies to set statistical objectives for gender balance and, in turn, improve all diversity reporting.
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