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Rescue and Transport Training Registration

Thank you for your interest in Wildlife Victoria's Rescue & Transporter Volunteer Program

Our next online webinar modules are fast approaching, you will need to attend and complete both to become a Volunteer Rescuer.

The modules are:

  1. Wildlife Rescue Part 1 – Saturday 6th November 2021 @ 9am-1pm
  2. Wildlife Rescue Part 2 – Saturday 13th November 2021 @ 9am-1pm

In order to Register for this training could you please follow these steps:

  1. Carry out the Wildlife Victoria Compliance Training here

  2. Complete the Registration form here, including

    1. Attaching a photo for your ID badge (a selfie from your phone is acceptable as along your face is clearly visible)

    2. Answer questions about the compliance training

    3. If you have a Police check from within the last 12 months you will be required to attach the results

    4. Provide COVID-19 full vaccination certificate
  3. Once the registration form is submitted you will be required to make your payment of $90 through the WV Training Payment. This link will be provided within your email confirmation as well as on the success page once the registration form is submitted. This training is non-refundable or transferable to another person.

  4. You will also receive an email directly from Veritas in order to complete your National Police check, if you have not attached a current valid Police check to your registration. You will pay Veritas directly for your Police check and a copy will be sent to WIldlife Victoria once completed.

  5. Your safety vest, ID badge and rescue kite will be supplied once your police check has been received.

Thank you for your patience while the process takes place.

Please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you are unavailable for these dates and would like to be added to our expression of interest list.

 

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