Tasmanian Polar Network Directory Fourth Edition - Page 34



TASFIRE TRAINING
TasFire Training has been the leading
provider of fire and emergency response
training in Tasmania since 1988, and
has developed a co-operative working
relationship with the Australian Antarctic
Division as the preferred provider of fire and
emergency response training for Antarctic
expeditioners.
All TasFire Training instructors hold a
minimum qualification of Certificate IV
competency in Training and Assessment.
All of our instructors have backgrounds
within the firefighting industry and have
knowledge and experience gained as
firefighters and exposure to a wide variety
of emergency incidents.
TasFire Training is a registered training
organisation and delivers a mix of short
courses and nationally accredited training.
Our instructors have a combined 80 years’
experience in the firefighting industry as
well as experience delivering adult learning,
training and assessment. We deliver training
based on the needs and requirements of
our clients and our training courses and
outcomes are designed after gaining a
full understanding of the workplace risks,
industry and the conditions our clients
work under.
JUSTIN YOUNG
P. +61 (0) 3 6214 8800
E. TFTAdmin@fire.tas.gov.au
W. www.tasfiretraining.com.au
TASMANIAN MUSEUM AND ART GALLERY
The Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery
(TMAG) is one of the oldest museums in
Australia and has its origins in the collections
of Australia’s oldest scientific society, the
Royal Society of Tasmania, established
in 1843.
Out the window visitors can glimpse
Australian, French and Chinese Antarctic
supply ships, and inside they can discover
the history and science of this remarkable
region, including the oldest known Antarctic
sled, penguins and real ice cores.
Located on Hobart’s historic waterfront,
Tasmania’s state museum is home to a
diverse collection of treasures spanning
art, history and science that are the
starting point for telling unique Tasmanian
stories. TMAG is widely recognised as the
pre-eminent Antarctic collecting institution
in Australia with the broadest collection of
Antarctic material on display.
Islands to Ice examines the definitions,
perceptions and mythology of Antarctica
and the Southern Ocean. It explores the
places, the people, the creatures and the
phenomena that make the great southern
wilderness a world of its own.
The museum is often the closest visitors will
get to the frozen southern continent, thanks
to the large interactive gallery Islands to Ice:
the Great Southern Ocean and Antarctica,
the state’s major Antarctic exhibition.
ANDY BAIRD
P. +61 (0) 3 6165 7001
E. tmagmail@tmag.tas.gov.au
W. www.tmag.tas.gov.au
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