St. John Ambulance Ireland offers First Aid and CPR training, Ambulance transport as well as First Aid cover for events and youth programmes.
St John Ambulance is an international humanitarian organisation with over 500 000 volunteers in over 20 different countries. It has been offering First Aid and CPR training as well as assistance to sick and injured members of the public for over 100 years.
As an Approved Organisation for the implementation of PHECC 3rd Edition CPGs at EMT, paramedic and advanced paramedic levels, we work with the appropriate event organisers, statutory agencies and other organisations to provide first aid cover at public gatherings of all shapes and sizes. READ MORE
S/O Noel Brady
It is with a sense of great sadness that we learned the passing away of our esteemed colleague, friend and mentor Noel Brady SBStJ, RIP; Staff Officer and Member of St John Ambulance Ireland since 1939…
St John Ambulance Ireland is a leader in Pre Hospital Emergency Event cover with over 110yrs experience. We provide highly trained Practitioners and Responders who work in tandem with the other health care…
Occupational First Aid Course (QQI/FETAC)
Intended for those who act as appointed First Aiders at work, this QQI accredited 3-day course is held during business hours at our Headquarters in Leeson St. Dublin. Having staff trained in First Aid…
Baby and Toddler
First Aid Course
On this 4 hour course, you will learn to recognise and treat the most common illnesses and injuries suffered by babies and toddlers; everything from life threatening conditions to bumps and scrapes …
OFA FETAC Level5
Any holder of a QQI Level 5 OFA Certificate must undertake refresher training within 90 days of the expiry of their current certificate to maintain its validity. QQI Level 5 certs are only valid for 2 years. Re-certification …
Cardiac First Response
Over 10,000 people die each year from cardiovascular disease in Ireland with approximately half of those deaths estimated to be caused by sudden cardiac arrest. The vast majority of cardiac arrests happen …