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First Aid at Events

The St. John Ambulance Brigade has been providing first aid at events for over 100 years. Read more...

Occupational First Aid Courses

We have a full schedule of FETAC Level 5 courses coming up over the summer months. Read more...

Volunteer with St. John Ambulance

We are always looking for bright and entusiastic people to join our ranks. Read more...

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Aoife Convey - Team St John
Friday, 19 September 2014 08:28

Last year, Aoife Convey witnessed first-hand the work of St John Ambulance. She was participating in the Dublin Race Series Half Marathon, where many runners needed attention on what had turned into a really hot day. This year, she is running the 2014 Dublin Marathon to raise funds for St John Ambulance.

“I was so impressed at the commitment and dedication of these fully trained first aid volunteers during the day - in fact during the whole race series – that I decided that I’d like to support them in helping runners by becoming part of Team St John and running my very first Marathon on behalf of St John Ambulance.”

Aoife tells us she has been training hard over the past year in order to prepare for the Dublin City Marathon on October 27th while also raising money for St John Ambulance. If you’d like to help Aoife, please go to her fundraising page and support both her and St John Ambulance.

 

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New First Aid Courses for Autumn / Winter 2013

1 Day OFA Refresher:

This course is intended for those who need to refresh their certification to maintain it's validity.

3 Day OFA (Occupational First Aid):

3-day course delivered during business hours, emphasis on small-group learning, successful completion leads to FETAC Level 5 and OFA certification, a requirement under Health and Safety regulations.  If sufficient numbers and suitable facilities are provided, this can be delivered on-site at your business, by prior arrangement.

Community First Aid:

One-hour lecture followed by a one-hour practical class over seven weeks, with an assessment on the eighth evening. Successful completion results in a formal St John First Aid certificate, but without rigors of FETAC certification. This course is of benefit to local community groups, in the home or on the road.

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