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Two new Wellington Free Ambulance lecturers at Whitireia

Two new Wellington Free Ambulance lecturers at Whitireia

Two Wellington Free Ambulance lecturers have been appointed to deliver the Whitireia BHsc (Paramedic) degree in partnership with Whitireia New Zealand.

Callum Thirkell and Johnny Mulheron will begin teaching with the Whitireia team for the 2014 first term.

“We are delighted to be able to appoint these roles internally, supporting our organisational aim to support talent development and grow our people,” says Todd Mushet, WFA learning and Development Manager.

Callum originally completed his ICP training at Whitireia and has most recently worked on the clinical support desk.

Johnny has recently returned to Wellington Free Ambulance after spending sometime in Nelson and working overseas.

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