Tait Foundation: Brooke Collis of St John

“From a young age I was doing healthcare assisting and I just loved helping people… from there I knew it was something I wanted to do.” – Brooke Collis, St John

The professionalism and commitment of first responders makes a huge contribution to community wellbeing. In New Zealand, the Tait Foundation supports efforts to help ambulance officers gain higher qualifications and skills.  Here, Brooke Collis talks about what attracted her to becoming an ambulance officer, and what she hopes will result from her Tait-supported study towards a bachelor’s degree in Health Science (Paramedic).

If you are a New Zealand ambulance volunteer or junior officer and interested in further study, please contact the New Zealand Paramedic Education and Research Charitable Trust, which generally calls for scholarship applicants around May/June.

For more information on how Tait works with Emergency Services, visit: https://www.taitradio.com/industries-and-solutions/fire-emergency

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