• Life-Saving Training Provided – Shepparton News

    | 19 Apr 2018

    St John Ambulance (VIC) visited Shepparton Maude St Mall on Wednesday 18th April as part of the 2018 CPR Lab Rural Roadshow. Professional trainers provided locals the opportunity to learn real life-saving skills with 10 minute CPR lessons using the state of the art QCPR technology, exclusive to St John Ambulance. Read more in this […]

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  • Chance To Learn Vital Life-Saving Skills – Shepparton News

    | 18 Apr 2018

    St John Ambulance (VIC) CPR Lab made its second stop on the 2018 Rural Roadshow, visiting Shepparton Maude St Mall on Wednesday 18th April 2018. If you’re interested in the CPR Lab visiting your town in regional Victoria, send your enquiries here. See more in the article below from Shepparton News.

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  • Fired Up Volunteers Shine – Warrnambool Standard

    | 09 Apr 2018

    CPR Lab recently visited Warrnambool as part of the annual CFA Games which consists of junior volunteers applying their skills and competing against other divisions from around the state. See more in this article by the Warrnambool Standard.

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  • Lifesaving Edition – Cobram Courier

    | 04 Apr 2018

    Cobram Anglican Grammar School are now ready to save a life if a Sudden Cardiac Arrest ever occurs on their premises. The conscientious decision to purchase a Defibrillator with St John Ambulance (VIC) will ensure students, teachers and visitors are in the safest possible place if a Sudden Cardiac Arrest strikes. See more in this article […]

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  • Mum’s Little Guardian Angels Use Life-Saving Skills – Ballarat Courier

    | 28 Mar 2018

    Miners Rest brothers, Connor (8) and Sam (10), have been hailed as Mums two little guardian angels after a sudden health emergency in the home called for First Aid. Mother, Sarah Algie’s, health took an unexpected turn for the worse one morning before school and caused her to lapse into unconsciousness. Thankfully, both Connor and […]

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  • Brought Back To Life – Shepparton News

    | 26 Mar 2018

    Shepparton mother, Raequel Barton, suffered a Sudden Cardiac Arrest whilst watching her daughters play netball for their local club. Luckily a St John Ambulance (Victoria) Trainer is an avid supporter of the team and was just metres away when the incident occurred. The trainer was able to step in immediately, begin CPR and direct a […]

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  • Learning How To Save Lives – Gisppsland Times & Maffra Spectator

    | 23 Mar 2018

    Golden Beach Surf Life Saving Club receives Defibrillator training from St John Ambulance (Victoria) after the recent installation of the life-saving device. See more in the article below from the Gippsland Times and Maffra Spectator.

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  • Let’s Have A Cuppa – Castlemaine Mail


    Ken McDouggal, a long-term St John Ambulance (Victoria) volunteer, was recently named Mount Alexander Senior Citizen of the year. After completing a First Aid course with St John, Ken was prompted to commence a 50 year journey volunteering with the heritage brand. To learn more about Ken’s volunteer career with St John Ambulance (Victoria) read […]

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  • Hey Mum, This Is How You Do It – Herald Sun

    | 16 Mar 2018

    In a bid to bridge the gap and strengthen community resilience, St John Ambulance (VIC) has partnered with Chadstone and will be providing free CPR lessons to the public over a ten day period, commencing Monday 12th March 2018. The appeal is led by Alex Pendlebury; mother, health coach and wife to Collingwood Captain Scott […]

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  • Only One In Five Australians Confident In First Aid – Australiasian Leisure Management

    | 15 Mar 2018

    A recent study commissioned by St John Ambulance (Victoria) revealed that less than 20 per cent of Victorians are confident to respond in a First Aid emergency. Research conducted by the not-for-profit has also found almost half of Victorians have never been trained in First Aid and are therefore unlikely to have the ability to […]

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