stjohnvic | 25 Oct 2016
As part of Restart a Heart Day on 18 October, St John held an event to teach those in our local area of Mount Waverley vital CPR skills at our CPR Lab deployment. Monash Leader wrote a feature on the event:
Journalist Josh Jennings from The Age joined one of First Aid trainer Marcelle’s classes for the day and gained much insight into the learning experience we provide at St John. The article also gave some background on the career of a First Aid Trainer – in particular what it takes to become a Trainer with St […]
As part of the Defibrillators for Sporting Clubs and Facilities Program by the Victorian Government, St John Ambulance Victoria are providing AEDs for a range of local clubs in need of this life saving equipment. On the day we delivered training showing members of Kilmore Cricket Club how to use the Defib, the North Central […]
Motivated by an upcoming camping trip, Gayle Beveridge completed a training course with us at St John Ambulance and found it an extremely valuable opportunity to learn some life saving skills. She put together an extremely comprehensive review on the Weekend Notes website: You can read the review in full at Weekend Notes here.
As part of the 1 Million Child trained through the First Aid in Schools Program, this feature on Callum and Kendra Di Pietro appeared in the Herald Sun. You can read the full article online here
Our volunteers regularly complete training to upskill and expose themselves to different scenarios. One such occasion was the scene of a two car smash at Cannons Creek, where our Volunteers attended to a simulated incident featuring 10 casualties. The Cranbourne Leader covered the training event in this article: You can read the full story online […]
Our First Aid in Schools Program visited Noorat in South Western Victoria to teach them some vital life saving skills. The Mortlake Dispatch ran this story on the sessions:
Just one of the 1 million children St John Ambulance has trained nationally since our free First Aid In Schools Program started, Callum saved his Mum’s life using the knowledge he gained from our school presenters. Kidspot followed the story with great interest and put up this great piece: Read the full article here.
As part of the First Aid in Schools celebration for training 1 Million children in First Aid since its inception, this article appeared on Mamamia with Callum’s story. You can read the full article here.
Our First Aid In Schools Program tours the state of Victoria so that children everywhere can learn life-saving skills. The students at Warrnambool East Primary School were featured participating in First Aid In Schools in this article by The Standard. Read the full article online here.