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We've Launched a new Critical Response Unit!
On Monday the 13th November 2017, St John Ambulance is excited to launch the trial of a new Intensive Care Paramedic Critical Response Unit (ICP CRU). The ICP CRU is a new initiative, complementing St Johns existing ambulance resource and....
St John Volunteers bag the big awards!
Over 200 people filled the Darwin Convention Centre last night to recognise the amazing contribution made by volunteers, volunteer organisations, corporate volunteering programs and volunteer managers. St John NT is excited to announce Lesley King...
50,000 Students Trained for FREE
Thursday 26th October 2017, marks the occasion that 50,000 school aged children will have received FREE first aid training with St John Ambulance NT's free First Aid in Schools program. Offered at no cost across the Territory to community & schools...
2018 Courses Released
We're pleased to announce our 2018 First Aid Training courses! With over 650 courses available, at all skill levels, you're sure to find the perfect fit. Course locations in Darwin, Alice Springs, Katherine, Tennant Creek & Nhulunbuy.
Advanced First Aid Course Special in Darwin
For a limited time only we are extending a 15% discount on the following training course at our Darwin location: • Provide Advanced Resuscitation - 7th Dec
Help us be prepared!
Save a life this cyclone season! Become a St John Volunteer. Being a cyclone shelter volunteer is perfect for people who are unable to commit to regular volunteering but are able to assist a couple of times over the wet season...
NEW Course: Provide Pain Management
This course teaches students the proper administration of Paracetamol and Methoxyflurane to relieve pain. It includes information about the use, storage and documentation of administration as well as ongoing....
2017 Paramedic of the Year: Caitlin Little!
2017 Paramedic of the Year... and the winner is... Caitlin Little of Alice Springs. Caitlin was chosen from a high caliber of nominations and it is with pleasure we announce her as this year’s winner. A well earned Congratulations!
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