The Auckland Group of the IFE is the longest continuously serving Group of the NZ Branch of the IFE. Firmly established in 1986 with aims to “Foster and support the IFE in it’s Mission … within the structure of the group”. The Group’s objective is fully Constituted and falls inside the NZ Branch ideals.

Auckland Members take part in Field Trips, mini-seminars, assist with annual Conference and provide study groups for candidates sitting examinations. A facebook page dedicated to Auckland Group members circulates latest news, advance notice of meetings, examinations and field trips and provides a forum for members to exchange ideas and assists with preparing for forthcoming exams.

Events
IFE Roadshow, Glenbrook Steel Mill. Friday 7th April 2017. Brochure can be viewed here
Half Day seminar, Underwriters Laboratories. Tuesday 2nd May, 2017. Program brochure can be viewed here

Downloads
Auckland Group Constitution

Auckland Group committee meeting minutes 17 December 2015
Auckland Group committee meeting minutes 17 March 2016
Auckland Group committee meeting minutes 20 October 2016
Auckland Group committee meeting minutes 18 January 2017
Auckland Group committee meeting minutes 06 April 2017

Auckland group AGM minutes 11 August 2015
Auckland group AGM minutes 26 October 2016

committee
John Stevenson – Chairman 
Marcel Sanders
 – Vice-Chairman – (027) 677 6036
Mark Probert-Southam  – Secretary/Treasurer

Immediate Past Chairman John Stevenson hands over Chains-of-Office To Marcel Sanders, March 2006. Marcel continues as Chairman of the Auckland Group of the IFE.

2006 Auckland Group AGM, Marcel Sanders & Committee Member Steve Robinson.

Jack Maddox Companion GI Fire E 
Current ex-officio Auckland Group Member, Liaison.

Auckland Group IFE Members on a Field Trip July 2010, in the Turbine Hall, Meremere Power Station.

Members man the Ellerslie 2009 Conference IFE Stand L-to-R- Jeremy Gibbons, Duane, Jack Maddox

Longest serving member Jack Maddox with ‘TG’ IFE Conference 2011, Ellerslie Convention Centre. (International President Tay Hao Giang)