Quick Answer: Can I join St Johns Ambulance?

How do you become a member of St John’s Ambulance?

Our recruitment process

  1. Send an application. Once you’ve decided on a volunteer role, you can apply for it online by finding a vacancy near you. …
  2. Meet with us. You’ll be invited to have a conversation about volunteering at a selection event or in an interview, if your application is successful. …
  3. Induction and training.

When can you join St Johns Ambulance?

Our roles are open to applicants over the age of 18. If you are under the age of 18, you can get involved with one of our fantastic youth programmes.

Are St John’s Ambulance volunteers paid?

You don’t get paid, but there are benefits in place.

Are St Johns Ambulance courses free?

Our free first aid workshops can help raise awareness of the importance of first aid in your organisation or at a local event.

How old do you have to be to join St John’s Ambulance cadets?

The minimum age for becoming a Junior Member is 8 years, and 11 years for becoming a Cadet. The age group for Juniors is 8-11 years and 11-18 years for Cadets.

What level of first aid training do I need?

An Emergency First Aid at Work course is appropriate for Low-risk workplaces. If you have more than 50 employees, a first aider for every 100 employees is the guidance, so if you have 101 employees, you need at least 2 first aiders.

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Why do you choose St John Ambulance for volunteering?

Volunteering helped me get closer to my local community. My experience of patient contact helps me stay calm and confident in situations others may find stressful.” As a Cadet, you’ll develop skills in: First Aid: training courses that allow you to develop specialist skills in medical assistance and teamwork.

How do I become an ambulance volunteer?

To become a volunteer EMT in any state, you must first complete a formal EMT training program and be licensed. Volunteer EMT training programs can be intensive courses lasting a few weeks or regular semester-long college courses, taking three months or more.