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St John Ambulance believe no-one should suffer due to a lack of first aid. As a consequence, a component of the work they do is delivering FREE first aid to young people aged 14 -- 24 who may be living in social deprivation -- perhaps even marginalised because of their disability, their history or simply because they are unemployed.

  • Those eligible for the free first aid course are:
  • Those not in Employment, Education or Training
  • 'Young Offenders
  • 'Young Parents
  • Those living in areas of deprivation
  • Those 'living independently or in supported accommodation
  • Those who are'disabled or have disabilities
  • 'Those with a history of substance misuse
  • 'Those classed as vulnerable
    If you believe you maybe eligible for the course and are interested please contact for
    further information and how to book, North-West-Training@sja.org.uk

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