• A New Chapter To Save Lives – Shepparton News

    | 13 Mar 2018

    Primary School Students at Sirius College, Shepparton, recently learnt how to identify danger, apply a bandage and provide CPR at a St John VIC First Aid in Schools visit. The visit is one of many Primary Schools visits scheduled across Victoria in St John Ambulance VIC’s bid to train 200,000 children in First Aid in […]

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  • Research Reveals Low Confidence In First Aid – Gippsland Times & Maffra Spectator


    Carlton Vice-Captain Kade Simpson is leading the campaign with St John Ambulance (Victoria) to have more members of the public First Aid trained. See more in the article below from the Gippsland Times and Maffra Spectator.

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  • Vital Skills – Benalla Ensign

    | 08 Mar 2018

    Local students were one step closer to becoming real-life superheroes when St John Ambulance brought its first aid program to St Joseph’s Primary School recently. Delivered by professional trainers, the program focused on providing the foundational tools to prepare children to respond in a health emergency. The visit was one of many scheduled across Victoria […]

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  • Kids’ Health Emergencies – Wangaratta Chronicle

    | 26 Feb 2018

    Appin Park Primary School students received aged appropriate First Aid lessons thanks to a visit from the St John Ambulance Victoria First Aid in Schools Program. First Aid in Schools is specifically designed to strengthen community resilience and ensure children are confident and capable to respond in an emergency. Read more in this article from […]

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  • It’s Never Too Early To Learn Vital Skills – The Courier

    | 22 Feb 2018

    The children at St Alipus Parish Primary School thoroughly enjoyed their St John Ambulance VIC First Aid in Schools visit, with the bandaging application a leading highlight amongst students. Students learnt the importance of checking for danger, patient response, dialling 000 and being able to provide accurate information on where the incident occurred, enabling them […]

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  • CPR Lab Roadshow Comes To Town – The Standard


    St John Ambulance Victoria launches CPR Lab 2018 Rural Roadshow, first stop Warrnambool. St John Ambulance (VIC) CPR Lab is a community program focused on strengthening community resilience through interactive and innovative CPR lessons, providing the public with the confidence and skills to save a life in an emergency. A 2016 Victorian State Government report, […]

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  • Transport Fix For Elderly – Monash Leader

    | 20 Feb 2018

    St John Ambulance Victoria has launched a new Community Transport Service in The City of Monash to ease the challenges residents face when travelling to appointments, errands and events. With a 30% increase in the number of Monash residents aged 85 and over from 2011 to 2016 and a forecast to grow another 51% by […]

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  • Defibrillator Gives Peace Of Mind To Rokeby Community – Warragul & Drouin Gazette

    | 30 Jan 2018

    Neerim District Community Bank was inspired to gift a Defibrilltor to the Rokeby Hall committee after  an influx of sudden cardiac arrests in the community. St John Ambulance Victoria will be supplying training on how community members can use the device to save a life. Read more in this article from the Warragul and Drouin Gazette.

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  • How To Keep Cool And Comfortable While Camping This Australia Day – The Examiner

    | 25 Jan 2018

    Australia Day lands directly in the middle of summer, so it’s no wonder the public holiday is generally forecasted to be a scorching hot day across the nation. As the public holiday falls on a Friday this year, many Australians have taken advantage of the additional day off work and planned a weekend embracing the […]

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  • Nyah Learns To Save Lives – Swan Hill Guardian

    | 13 Dec 2017

    Nyah District Primary School Year 3 and 4 students were taught life saving First Aid techniques throughout the St John Ambulance Victoria First Aid in School program visit. Read more in this piece from the Swan Hill Guardian.

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