Most likely, it’d be volunteers from New Zealand Search and Rescue, and they’re on the hunt for new recruits. We had the privilege to be interviewed on 7 Sharp about […]
Where to find our training program for 2023 and how to apply The YSAR National Training Calendar for 2023 is now published on the YSAR website /Our Program/National Calendar. Applications […]
YSAR is proud to align our Code of Ethics to Ara Taiohi Our Code of Ethics provides a framework on how we as an organization can make a significant contribution […]
YSAR Kaupapa Māori Strategy The YSAR Kaupapa Māori strategy offers a strong base for organizational development in cultural competency and awareness as we open new branches throughout Aotearoa New Zealand. […]
Student applications are now open for our 2023 Cohort Youth Search and Rescue (YSAR) exists to empower the next generation of community-minded volunteers, and to do this we’re enabling adventure […]
YSAR partnership with NZ Police grows stronger – YSAR visit Auckland Police SAR depot and meet the team
The NZ Police are the lead agency for Cat 1 Search and Rescue responses in New Zealand and therefore Youth Search and Rescue Level 2 curriculum includes connecting with local […]
STARLINK BUSINESS – Communications application for SAR and EM on the horizon Since the use of PolSAR HF radios communications in the outdoors has had incremental changes over the years. […]
Youth Search and Rescue (YSAR) students are training in an American (USA) national park where firefighters have battled deadly wildfires.
YSAR online applications are now open for the 2019 intake. We have 22 positions available for College students from Tauranga and Auckland in year 11 and are wanting a diverse group of young people. Limited places available so register your interest early.
“One of the guys in their Marin County Search and Rescue organisation, just outside San Francisco, found us on Facebook. They liked what they saw and wound up asking if we’d be willing to do an exchange. We can’t quite believe it’s happening.”