Community Care aims to build community resilience by making first aid a part of everyone’s lives. If you don’t know first aid you can’t help, having basic first aid skills can mean the difference between life and death. Community Care through its many community education projects aims to give those basic first aid skills to those people in the Canberra community are least likely to have access to commercial first aid training.
Project Survival’s primary role is to provide basic life-saving skills and training to members at risk in the community, such as people in drug and alcohol rehabilitation. These basic First Aid Skills include how to call an Ambulance, how to stop a major bleed and how to do CPR. These basic life-saving skills prepare people for emergencies that they might encounter in their local area of the community.
Project Survival needs new volunteers to assist in delivering first aid awareness to these persons at risk, training and support is provided for getting you up and running as well as ensuring your skills are kept up to date.
St John Ambulance ACT’s newest initiative, the Project Resilience is targeted to provide valuable first aid training for active retirees in our community. These basic live-saving skills prepare elder people for emergencies that are common in personal and retiree residences.
Project Resilience needs new volunteers to assist in delivering first aid awareness to active retirees, training and support is provided for getting you up and running as well as ensuring your skills are kept up to date.