Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service currently run the National Fire Cadets programme in a number of fire stations across the service area for 13 -18 Year Olds (NB. young people must be 12-16 when recruited).
The National Fire Cadets is an educational youth organisation where the aim is to enable young people to gain skills, knowledge and positive experience in a fun, safe and secure environment, whilst developing life skills and inspiring young people to make positive life choices about their futures.
Fire Cadets will have an opportunity to:
- Gain a BTEC Level 2 in fire and rescue services in the community
- Take part in charity events
- Support events in the local community.
Cadet schemes meet once a week at their local fire station. The times and days for each station are listed below:
- Abercrave – Monday 6-8pm
- Ammanford – Thursday 6-8pm
- Cymmer – Thursday 6-8pm
- Llanelli – Thursday 6-8pm
- Morriston – Thursday 5.30-7.30pm
- Newtown – Monday 6.30-8.30pm
- Pembroke Dock – Monday 5.30-7.30pm
- Pontardulais – Monday 6-8pm
- Port Talbot – Tuesday 6-8pm
- Seven Sisters – Tuesday 6.30-8.30pm
- Welshpool – Monday 6-7.30pm
How to apply
If you are interested in becoming a Fire Cadet then please download Application Form