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FIRST AID TRAINING FOR
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St John Training Services Guernsey is the Bailiwick’s leading provider of First Aid training. Our professional trainers are qualified to the highest standards to teach life saving skills. They are drawn from members of your community including the emergency services, health and teaching professions.
We believe it is vitally important that people have the confidence to use their first aid skills without hesitation wherever and whenever an accident occurs. St John will provide all students who successfully pass one of our approved first aid courses with ‘Good Samaritan’ insurance cover at no extra charge for the duration of the validity of their training qualification because we are so confident in the standards of our first aid training. This insurance covers students against claims arising from first aid they may have delivered outside of their workplace, club or association and not covered by any other insurance.
Along with the variety of courses outlined in our brochure we are able to offer ‘bespoke’ courses ‘tailor-made’ to meet your own requirements, not only in course content, but also time commitment and cost, ensuring that the training we provide meets your requirements and expectations. Training may be facilitated at our Training Centre at Les Cotils, St Peter Port or at a suitable venue of your own.
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Heather Langlois, Chief Executive Officer pictured during an Automatic External Defibrillation (AED) training session with Guernsey Football Club. Find out more
FIRST AID IN SCHOOLS
IT’S NEVER TOO EARLY TO LEARN!
St John has provided free first aid training for children since 2008. The ‘not for profit’ organisation teaches children in years five, seven and eight and also contributes to the year six Safety Calling Challenge in schools.
Sponsorship from local businesses and organisations has enabled St John Guernsey to teach first aid to around 2,000 students each year.
Topics covered in the sessions vary between age groups and range from first aid kits to help with poisons, bites and stings to seizures, chest pain and basic resuscitation.
Originally the course followed the Young First Aider curriculum, but St John have recently introduced the Student First Aid Course which consists of a new flexible syllabus and enables schools to customise the sessions to fit their requirements.