Every year up to 150,000 people, some of them at work, die in situations where first aid could have given them a chance to live. Almost a third of businesses can recall a specific accident that recurs in their workplace, yet 79% admit there are times when first aid is not available.
First aid training helps keep employees safe and provides them with life saving knowledge that benefits not only their colleagues, but their families, friends and communities.
St John Ambulance (NI) trains over 4000 people per year in first aid and health and safety related training courses. We will give your people the skills and the confidence to deal with and prevent a range of medical emergencies and safety issues.
The real test for our training is whether people would come back for more - and for well over 90%, the answer is a definite ‘yes’. You do not have to take our word for it our testimonials speak for themselves:
“John Graham Ltd has been booking first aid courses with St John Ambulance NI for a number of years and we continue to be very happy with the service they provide. The wide choice of venues and dates they have available gives us flexibility for cover while personnel are away training or retraining. The training provided is consistently delivered to a high standard and the staff are efficient, friendly and helpful.” Yvonne Jordan, John Graham
St John Ambulance deliver First Aid training at eight centres throughout Northern Ireland in Ballymena, Belfast, Coleraine, Enniskillen, Londonderry, Omagh, Portadown and Newry. Alternatively, we can come to you and deliver the training at your premises at a time that suits you.
For more information or to book training telephone (028) 9079 9393. You can also get information online at www.sja.org.uk/training.