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Did you know that the Tait Foundation supports efforts to help ambulance officers gain higher qualifications and skills?
Here is one member's story: http://blog.taitradio.com/…/tait-foundation-brooke-collis-…/

“From a young age I was doing healthcare assisting and I just loved helping people… from there I knew it was something I wanted to do.” – Brooke Collis, St John The professi…
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The 2016 nzparamedic.org Annual Report is now ready for viewing by clicking the below link. Our Executive Officer Tony has done an excellent job at outlining the Trust's progress and achievements this financial year. Finance continues to be a challenge for the Trust, but each year we manage to spread our message to more and more people. Comments are most welcome.

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We are pleased to announce that the recipient of the 2016 Tait Paramedicine Scholarship for high school graduates is Ashley Burney. Ashley is currently the Head Girl at Wakatipu High School and has applied to study paramedicine at AUT University next year.

We are also really pleased to announced that the two winners of the Tait Paramedicine Scholarships for working ambulance staff (paid or volunteer) are Brooke Collis and Eden Bray. Brooke is a volunteer First Responder at Wellington Free Ambulance and Eden is a volunteer First Responder with St John in the Hauraki/Coromandel area. Both are studying a BHSc Paramedicine and this scholarship will assist with their studies.

We have just finished 5 careers expos across NZ where we took information about a career in paramedicine to young New Zealanders. Of course this wouldn't have been possible without the support of our funders First Sovereign, St John New Zealand, Pelorus Trust, Infinity Foundation and the Skills Organisation. We were also well supported by AUT University and at the Wellington expo by Wellington Free Ambulance and Whitireia Community Polytechnic.

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Another great day at the Wellington Careers Expo

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Another great careers expo in Wellington. Great to have the Wellington Free Ambulance and Whitireia teams joining us and of course it wouldn't be possible without our sponsors such as Z Energy, First Sovereign Trust, Pelorus Trust, Infinity Foundation and St John New Zealand

Another great careers expo in Wellington. Great to have the Wellington Free Ambulance and Whitireia teams joining us and of course it wouldn't be possible without our sponsors such as Z Energy, First Sovereign Trust, Pelorus Trust, Infinity Foundation and St John New Zealand

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If you're interested in applying for any of the 3 Tait Scholarships we have advertised, please complete the attached application form. Good luck.

If you're interested in applying for any of the 3 Tait Scholarships we have advertised, please complete the attached application form. Good luck.

nzparamedic.org is pleased to announce three Tait Communications paramedicine scholarships! We have two scholarships available for working ambulance staff (paid or volunteer) studying towards a BHSc (Paramedicine) at Whitireia or AUT University and one scholarship available for a high school graduate studying their first year of a BHSc (Paramedicine) degree in Sem 2, 2016 or Sem 1, 2017. Each scholarship covers 50% of course fees to a maximum of $4,000 and standard T&Cs apply. Please see attached documentation for full details and remember to get your application in on time!

A great day 2 at the Hamilton careers expo. Plenty of interest in paramedicine as a health career. Well done to Te Mata and Olivia who were winners of the Z Energy CPR competition. Thanks to AUT and St John New Zealand for supporting this day also. Looking back forward to the Wellington Expo this week with Whitireia and Wellington Free Ambulance

An awesome day 1 of the Hamilton careers expo. Lots of interest in paramedicine as a health career - also well done to Hannah, Jordan, Kahn, Max, Hannah and Niko who were winners of Z Energy fuel vouchers due to their outstanding CPR skills. Thanks to AUT and St John New Zealand for helping run the paramedicine stand, a great team effort

Looking forward to a great day at the Dunedin Careers Expo

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An awesome day at the Auckland Careers Expo - nzparamedic.org, St John New Zealand and AUT University are working together to promote paramedicine as a mainstream health career to young New Zealanders. Well done to Jake, Jack and Ella - winners of our CPR competition kindly sponsored by Z Energy!

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Auckland Careers Expo up and running with plenty of interest in #savinglives

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A great day at the Chch Careers Expo today promoting paramedicine as a mainstream health career to young New Zealanders. This year our 35k careers advocacy programme covers 5 centres including Chch, Wellington, Dunedin, Auckland and Hamilton. Thanks to St John, the Skills Organisation, the Southern Trust, Pub Charity, First Sovereign and Z Energy for their generous support.