Join RedR NZ
There are many ways you can become involved with RedRNZ:
- Join us on Facebook
- Show your support as a financial member
- Offer your expertise as a member of the standby register
Keep up to date with RedR NZ activities and participate in our forums by befriending RedR NZ on Facebook. The RedR NZ Facebook Group is open to anyone interested in RedR news, views, information and events.
Beyond becoming our friend on Facebook, we invite people to show their support as financial members of RedR NZ.
Financial membership options include:
- Associate member
- Full member
- Corporate member
Fees from these memberships help us administer the organisation and provide voting members an active voice, guiding the direction of RedR NZ.
RedR NZ registered Membership
RedR New Zealand does not currently have standby arrangements with organisations (including United Nations agencies) that engage personnel for emergency or longer term development roles. However, avenues to provide deployment opportunities are being investigated. RedR NZ will assist New Zealand registered members, if they wish to apply independently for positions.
To become a New Zealand RedR registered member applicants must complete a process which includes an interview with RedR NZ representatives, as well as attending/being observed on the Essentials of Humanitarian Practice (EHP) and Personal Security and Communications (PSC) courses. EHP and PSC courses, provide a comprehensive introduction to humanitarian relief work, and help develop critical skills necessary for work in the field. The courses are widely recognised in the development sector, and can help candidates gain an edge in this competitive field.
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