The Australian Institute of Emergency Services offers members of emergency service and affiliate organisations the opportunity to be a member of a professional body dedicated to the progression and recognition of the Emergency Service role in the community.
The Institute acts as an independent forum where members can be heard and their opinions shared with other emergency service members.
The Institute aims to provide a professional body for the study of the roles and functions of Emergency Services and Emergency management Organisations throughout Australia, and the promotion and advancement of professional standards in these and associated services.
We provide a voice for the Emergency Services, by speaking out on issues that affect our members and the community in general.
The AIES National Award Scheme recognises outstanding and significant contributions that individuals make as members of an emergency service or affiliated organisation in the fields of:
Nominations close on the 31st December» Get More Information - Nominate an Outstanding Individual Now!
Congratulations Laura Smith from Tasmania
2014 AIES Young Volunteer
Australian Emergency Management Institute offers a Volunteer Leadership Course conducted in partnership with the Australian Emergency Management Volunteer Forum.» Get More Information
All members of the Australia and New Zealand emergency services and affiliated organisations are invited to apply for membership of the Institute.
The cost of membership is minimal; $60 yearly subscription and $30 initial joining fee, both of which are tax deductible for persons employed in an emergency management or counter disaster capacity.
Student, Associate and Retired Memberships are also available.
Chapters of the Institute are established in most States in Australia and membership of the Institute carries with it a professional post nominal.
Apply online! Application forms, as well as details of the aims and objectives of the Institute are available on our membership page.» Get More information