RFSA Honours and Awards Open
Published Date: 04 Jan 1998
The NSW Rural Fire Service Association has opened nominations for its 2014 awards.
Nominate Now - Honours and Awards Open
The bestowment of Honours and Awards help define, encourage and reinforce aims, ideals and shared goals.
The NSW Rural Fire Service Association's annual Honours and Awards program is designed to recognise, celebrate and show appreciation to a colleague or mentor who makes our community a better place to live and our Association stronger.
Now is the time to take the opportunity to nominate a fellow RFSA Member.
Nominations will be received up until close of business on Wednesday, 30 April, 2014.
The annual Honours and Awards program is open to receive nominations across three categories:
Young Member of the Year
Member of the Year
The successful recipients of the Awards receive a personal plaque and have their name engraved on an Honour board displayed in the RFSA Office.
Young Member and Member of the Year recipients are invited to attend an appropriate and relevant national or international conference.
Life Member is the most revered award the Association can bestow.
1. Before you commence your nomination - it's important to review the policies.
- 2. Review the snapshot of the guidelines relevant to making a nomination.
- 3. Download the application form. Young Member and Member of the Year are detailed on the same Nomination Form. There is a stand-alone Life Member Nomination Form
All relevant documents are attached. Further information can be found at: http://bit.ly/1fBdigc
If you have any questions or require further assistance in the Honours and Awards nomination process – don't hesitate to contact the RFSA office. T: 4722 2122 E: email@example.com.