How to save a life A COSPAS-SARSAT beacon, also called a distress radio beacon or emergency beacon, is a radio transmitter that can be activated in a life-threatening emergency to […]
YSAR new Learning Management System (LMS) CANVAS by Instructure YSAR are about to transition over to a new learning management systems (LMS) called Canvas by Instructure, between now and March […]
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.”
Youth Search and Rescue: Learning To Save Lives YSAR programme was launched in Tauranga almost a decade ago by former police officer Steve Campbell and several colleagues who recognised existing search […]
Call for all young innovators and problem solvers – enter a team! Mashup is a weekend event, delivering a unique learn-by-doing experience for youth aged 14 and up. Mashup is […]
There may come a day when humans take on the form of cyborgs with integrated, robotic parts to enhance our abilities. But long before then, a seemingly opposite type of […]
The Kaimai Hut flyover. A regular training venue for the YSAR Programme