"Everywhere for everyone" through a training centre of Search and Rescue excellence.
What does this mean?
- Our core focus is on developing others to be ready to respond in their communities' time of need, everywhere throughout NZ;
- Our focus is on excellence for everyone - because every emergency responder, regardless of position, deserves the very best to enable and empowerthem to do their job.
LandSAR Training has a unique business model of providing skills-based training and support services onsite anywhere in the country. This includes government agencies, corporate's, schools and individuals committed to Search and Rescue and Emergency Response.
LandSAR Training has two key focus areas:
- A primary goal of ensuring an efficient and effective land search and rescue capability is maintained through the delivery of training, assessment and support to LandSAR Groups throughout New Zealand.
- A secondary goal to support all Search and Rescue (SAR), Emergency Management (EM) and all other emergency response personnel with the delivery of targeted, specific training to meet a defined need.
Our clients include NZ LandSAR, NZ Police, Fire and Emergency New Zealand (FENZ), registered regional & community Emergency Response Teams, Department of Conservation, outdoor organisations and the NZ and Australian Antarctica agencies. LandSAR Training personnel have delivered training throughout New Zealand, Australia, United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Iceland and Antarctica and are currently scoping services for many other countries.
LandSAR Training specialises in both customised and structured training. Our services are responsive. Our solutions are agile. Our results generate improved performance and speak for themselves. We are about developing and building value in other people's people. However LandSAR Training is not just about skills, LandSAR is also about responsibility, a responsibility to empower the change and development of people. Each year we train New Zealander's to be able to respond in their community's time of need. It is this building of community resilience, through communities being able to care for themselves, that ultimately is our greatest outcome.