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I am in awe at the courage of and admire for, the men and women who serve the community as firefighters.
Have you ever volunteered for service with the Country Fire Authority, or considered a career as a professional firefighter?
Volunteer CFA members are not only those who fight the fires; there is an extensive range of interesting jobs, volunteers can do.
There are many ways that Volunteers can make a valuable contribution to the community. CFA welcomes different people with different skills to meet a wide variety of community needs.
Special skilled roles including chainsaw operation and breathing apparatus
Brigades In Schools presenters & other community education programs
Brigade administration roles
Administration support roles in Incident Control Centres
Leaders for Juniors program
Media and public relations
I once was part of a crew who went into a valley community threatened by fire coming down the mountain towards them, to collect all the dogs we could fit in an ambulance so we could take them to board in fire safe areas. I played a small role, in the bushfire management, but one that gave me enormous satisfaction.
Often volunteers wish to move on and become professional.
The Country Fire Authority in Australia is currently seeking applications from people interested in becoming career firefighters.
Australia and the USA have a cooperative agreement to share fire-fighting resources.
Experienced firefighters over 24 years of age may be interested in Fire Service Training, the online Bachelor of Arts in Fire Service Administration through the Lewis University in Illinois, U.S. Lewis University has been named one of the “Best Colleges “by U.S. News and World Report for five consecutive years.
The online Bachelor of Arts in Fire service Administration from Lewis University is an ideal way for career firefighters to advance their careers by gaining management skills specific to the field. Training is available to international students, with students from thirty different countries, represented on campus.
We had a dream drive from Hervey Bay to Marlborough, Queensland, Australia today.
Here I am adding to the graffiti mural at the invitation of the Marlborough Hotel tonight. I'm adding my name to the internal walls of this country pub which has become my office for the evening.
Travellers can camp overnight in the hotel carpark for a modest cost.
I travel extensively to draw inspiration for my paintings and writing from life experience.
You will discover my Australian rural-lit novels at www.rural-lit.com