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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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Tallaght Division - Focus
Friday, 23 May 2014 09:26

The members of Tallaght division joined St John Ambulance Ireland for a variety of reasons: some felt it would be a useful skill; others wanted to be more involved with their community. One member joined in response to death by suicide of a family member. Despite the “huge diversity of members in the division, from different backgrounds, ages and opinions, we all have one common interest” – to help others in their community.

Tallaght is a young division within St John Ambulance Ireland, having been re-established in the last five years by Caroline Smyth-Morrissey. Read More...

 

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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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