TELL US HOW IT IS
We work hard to make YSAR a great place to be and rely on transparency across all levels of the organisation. Our vision values and mission are our guiding principles and permeate all aspects of the organisation. We celebrate our successes but also work very hard to remedy where we have failed or missed the mark through the delivery of our programme. Thank you for taking the time to fill out a YSAR form.
Find the appropriate form for your situation
Training exercise feedback
Help us on a continual path of improvement by providing feedback on a YSAR training event
Report your accident, incident or near miss here. It is important for us to know when a mishap happened so we can minimize it happening again. Post your accident, incident or near miss here
If you have any ideas on how we could improve our website please contact us
Help us celebrate our success. If you see something done well in YSAR say something through this form and tell the in person direct. Its amazing the positive impact encouragement can have
Have your say - YSAR newsletter
If you have an article for our monthly newsletter YSAR SitRep, post it here and upload accompanying photos
Share your photos
Have some great photos? Share them with us here
Medical condition reporting
If you have a preexisting medical issue which may hinder you from completing the exercise, we need to know about it so please post if here.
Report negative behaviour
We work very hard to make YSAR an enjoyable and diverse place to be through acceptance and tolerance. If anyone has harmed you physically or mentally, you’ve seen or heard of someone else being harmed or you’ve seen or heard someone harm our great reputation, post it here
It is important we continually assess and mitigate hazards. If you have identified a hazard which may impact the YSAR programme please report is here (temp page)
Have an idea, then how about sharing it
We operate within a transformational leadership model where we are constantly looking for better ways of doing things. If you have an idea please post it here to help us improve the way we work
ESRI User Conference expression of interest
Every year we take a group of students to the NZ ESRI user conference in Auckland. This is available to all YSAR students. To apply please make a ESRI story map and submit it here
Police vetting authorisation
Under Part 3 of the Children’s Act 2014 , all children’s workers must be police vetted as part of a safety check. A children’s worker is anyone whose work involves regular or overnight contact with children, takes place without parents or guardians being present, and is paid or undertaken as part of an educational or training course. A New Zealand police vet must be obtained before the children’s worker starts work. All YSAR volunteers must be Police vetted every 2 years
YSAR fund assets and operational costs through submitting funding applications to a variety of organisation. If you work for YSAR as a volunteer and have a asset or operational cost you would like consideration for funding, please fill in the Funding Priority Form here
The YSAR management value our leaders input into the programme and are committed to support professional development each year. This form is for YSAR volunteers to nominate a professional development course they wish to attend. Nominations close each year at the end of February. This form can only be completed by YSAR network users.
The YSAR Volunteer code of conduct clarifies an organization’s mission, values and principles, linking them with standards of professional conduct. All volunteer members of YSAR are required to complete this form.