St. John Ambulance Singapore First Aid Course

St. John Ambulance Singapore is a voluntary organisation in Singapore which provides training in First Aid and Home Nursing. Its members also perform voluntary first aid coverage duties during national events.

To promote and encourage all works of humanity and charity for the relief of distress, suffering, sickness and danger without distinction as to race, class or creed, and the extension of the great principles of the Order of St. John embodied in its mottoes "for the Faith" and "For the Service of Mankind".

To render aid to the sick, woundedm disabled or suffering and to promote such permanent organisation in time of peace as may be available immediately in time of emergency, such aid shall include the provision of technical reserves for the Medical service of the Armed Forces or civil defence organisations in the Republic of Singapore.

To do such other things as are incidental or conducive to the attainment of the above objects or any of them.

  • Child Course Duration - 18hours
    (3days x 6hours)
  • Age Requirement = 7 to 16 yrs of age
  • All Candidates will receive a certificate of attendance at the end of the course
  • Adult Course Duration - 18hours
    (3days x 6hours)
  • Age Requirements = 17yrs & above
  • Successful Candidates will be awarded the St. John Ambulance Association Adult First Aid Certificate. Valid for 3 years Internationally
  • Child Course Content
    1. Principal & Practices of First Aid
    2. Action at an Emergency
    3. Anatomy and Physiology of Respiration
    4. Circulation of Blood
    5. Major First Aid Techniques
    6. Cardio-Pulmonary
    7. Circulating Disorders
    8. Unconsciousness
    9. Effects of Heat
    10. Asphyxia
    11. Burns and Scales'
    12. Poisonings
    13. Handling and Transportation of the Injuried (Practical)
    Adult Course Content
    1. Principal & Practices of First Aid
    2. Action at an Emergency
    3. Anatomy and Physiology of Respiration
    4. Circulation of Blood
    5. Major First Aid Techniques including Resuscitation (CPR)(Practical)
    6. Circulating Disorders
    7. Wounds and Bleeding, including practical on Dressings and Bandaging
    8. Unconsciousness
    9. Effects of Heat
    10. Asphyxia (Practical)
    11. Fracture and Injuries to Muscles, Ligaments and Joint (Practical)
    12. Burns and Scales'
    13. Poisonings
    14. Handling and Transportation of the Injuried (Practical)