National Fire Cadets

 

The National Fire Cadets is an educational youth organisation run by Fire and Rescue Services in partnership with the Chief Fire Officers Association.

The aim of the scheme is to create safer, stronger communities through developing an individual’s knowledge and awareness of their community to enhance citizenship skills.

The initiative provides an opportunity for young people between 11 and 18 to achieve nationally recognised qualifications such as a BTEC Level 2 in Fire and Rescue Services in the Community and vocational certificates of achievement in a variety of areas.

Young people are taught various skills including teamwork, problem solving and communication alongside enhanced life skills to strengthen their employability.

There are 8 units in North Wales- these are:

  • Amlwch
  • Beaumaris
  • Chirk
  • Conwy
  • Llanfairfechan
  • Prestatyn
  • Pwllheli
  • Ruthin

Cadet units meet once a week on a weekday evening at their local fire station – below are their meeting nights:

Amlwch – Monday evening

Beaumaris – Tuesday evening

Conwy – Monday evening

Chirk – Thursday evening

Llanfairfechan - Wednesday and Thursday evenings

Prestatyn – Wednesday evening

Pwllheli – Wednesday evening

Ruthin – Thursday evening

 

How to apply

If you are interested in becoming  a Fire Cadet, click here to access the application form and e mail through to nationalfirecadets@nwales-fireservice.org.uk.

Please indicate clearly which unit of the Fire Cadets you wish to apply for.

For more information please e mail nationalfirecadets@nwales-fireservice.org.uk.

 

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