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RVSJAB Symposium Australia

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Transcript of RVSJAB Symposium Australia

RVSJAB Symposium 2013:
In The Horizon
St. John Ambulance,
Australia
Benefits Provided
THANK YOU! :D
Structure
Governed by a
National Board of Directors
, which consists of a Chair, 5 Directors with specific responsibilities and the chair of each state and territory St John Council.
St John in each state and territory has its own council and is a separate legal entity.

National Board determines national policy and directions for the organization as a whole

History
Historical Society is open to all members and friends of St John
Founded in 2001
includes > 1) an annual general meeting
> 2)history seminar at which various members present papers based on their historical research.
> 3)For those interested in the Order’s long history


- Inspired by Knights of the Order from medieval times

- Movement spread to Australia in 1883

- Promoting the cause of first aid for the sick and wounded through volunteer effort

Values
- Charity in the Australian community working For the Service of Humanity
Members
-
10,000 first aid volunteers
, in their familiar black and white uniforms

-
3,600 Cadets (11-18 years) and over 500 Juniors (8-10 years) in its youth development program;

-
2,300 non-uniformed community care volunteers
, providing friendship, reassurance, survival skills and literacy support programs to those in need

- Numerous other volunteers who support crucial fundraising and awareness programs;

-
3,500 paid and volunteer ambulance offcers
in Western Australia and the Northern Territory

-
700 accredited, highly qualified
and trained first aid instructors

-
1,900
paid staff members

- Delivers
430,000 first aid certificates
, making it Australia’s largest first aid training provider

- Provides
1.2 million hours
of voluntary service

- Treats
60,000 patients

Volunteering
-
12,631 volunteers
provide the majority of these
1,341,510 hours
of community services.
First Aid Training
-
Leading provider
of first aid training with nearly
400,000
participants annually.

-
Nationally Recognised Training
( CPR, Remote area First aid, Sports First aid)

Flexible Learning
- Learn the theory at convenience with a CD-RO- Spread your learning over a couple of weeks at your own pace

- Attend a one day workshop covering the practical aspects of the course and assessment. (Time- efficient)


First Aid Provisions
-
Fact Sheets
which are a guide to basic first aid procedures which align with the current edition of Australian First Aid (4th edition, 10/2012). (Updated twice a year with latest revisions)

-
Wide range of first aid kits
sold for home and leisure use or specific purposes

Unique Programs
Child Protection Awareness training :

> recognises that
children have the right to be treated with dignity and respect, free from emotional and physical danger, abuse and neglect

> places the
highest priority on its responsibility
to ensure that the children for whom it has a duty of care are
protected
against people and events which may
cause them harm



Credits
http://www.stjohn.org.au/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=364&Itemid=360

- Provision of charitable and humanitarian services to individuals, groups and organisations.

- Relief work for persons in sickness, distress, suffering or danger recognises no barrier of race, colour or creed.
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