St John Ambulance in Jersey teaches people first aid so that they can be the difference between a life lost and a life saved.
Thousands of the people we trained went on to offer their skills and time to be the difference right in the heart of their community.
With a full suite of first aid, risk assessment, and moving and handling courses.
St John Ambulance in Jersey enables hundreds of thousands of people to be the difference in their workplace – and outside of work.
As a volunteer you can be the difference between a life lost and a life saved.
If you're 18 years old and over, energetic and committed to putting the needs of others first, volunteering for St John Ambulance might be for you.
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A RUNNER whose heart suddenly stopped beating says she owes her life to her boyfriend, who gave her CPR. Sam Horsfall, who has the same life-threatening condition which caused the heart of former professional footballer Fabrice Muamba heart to stop for 78 minutes, says she wants to raise awareness about the condition and the importance of learning cardiopulmonary resuscitation. The airport firefighter from St Brelade, who was having a day off from her training for the Marathon des Sables – a 156-mile race through the Sahara – was watching TV when boyfriend James Harrison noticed something was wrong.
Free Carers' Support Sessions being held on Wednesdays throughout June 2015. Please see the Carers' Support page for details or call the SJA office on 735611 to book your place. - 15/05/15
JUNE DATES: Wednesdays 3rd, 10th, 17th and 24th June. Please contact us should you wish to attend these sessions in June.
The Pen That Lost His Lid - free picture e-book from St John Ambulance St John Ambulance launches children’s picture e-book to celebrate 36 lives saved by first aid campaign, The Chokeables . - 01/04/15
The free picture e-book, The Pen That Lost His Lid, has been released to celebrate the success of our recent campaign, The Chokeables, which has now been credited with saving the lives of 36 children. In the picture e-book, which can be read with children aged 3-7, Pen desperately searches for his best friend Pen Lid, who seems to have disappeared.