Opportunity to join exciting Fire Service youth group
An exciting opportunity has arisen for 13-17 year olds to join the Young Firefighters Association (YFA), which helps young people challenge themselves, make new friends, learn exciting firefighting skills and help their communities.
For any young thrill seekers, an awareness evening will be held at Droitwich Fire Station, Friar Street, on Wednesday 18 October 2017 at 7pm. The awareness evening is for the 13-17 year old's and a parent or guardian to find out more about what the YFA is, what is involved and can watch a demonstration from current YFA recruits.
New members of the YFA will undertake a 13 week training course where they will learn firefighting skills, which will then be demonstrated at a passing out parade. As well as spending time learning new skills on the training yard, YFA members also get to attend an annual camp and undertake lots of fun activities.
Watch Commander Ade Taylor said: "The YFA is a great opportunity for young people to learn new skills and expand their horizons. Not only do we teach the new recruits firefighting and rescue skills we also have fun events organized such as canoeing, mountaineering and more."
He continued: "I would encourage any young person from within Hereford and Worcester that can get to Droitwich Fire Station on Wednesday 18 October at 7pm to find out more about what we do and what they can get out of it."
If you want more information about the Droitwich YFA please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01905 795889.
Further information on the YFA can also be found at www.hwfire.org.uk