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St. John Ambulance-St. Thomas Elgin Branch

St. John Ambulance-St. Thomas Elgin Branch

St John Ambulance is a not for profit organization that for over a century, St. John Ambulance Canada volunteers have been dedicated to a singular vision: to enable Canadians to improve their health, safety and quality of life by providing community services and first aid training.

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St. John Ambulance-St. Thomas Elgin Branch
741 King Street, London, ON M5C2E3

St. John Ambulance-St. Thomas Elgin Branch url http://www.sja.ca/

St. John Ambulance-St. Thomas Elgin Branch Phone Number 519-432-1352

St. John Ambulance-St. Thomas Elgin Branch Email address sjast.thomas@gmail.com



Volunteer Information for St. John Ambulance-St. Thomas Elgin Branch

What services does your organization provide?
St. John Ambulance is proud to deliver reliable and sustainable community services in accordance with the organization's mission. These services are provided by trained volunteers who recognize and respond to community-based health and safety needs. St. John's nationally recognized core community service programs include: First Aid Response, Youth Services and Emergency Response.


Do you have any age requirements?
Within our Branch we are looking for dedicated members to serve on our Board as Directors and within our Community Service Divisions which include the following; Juniors for under the age of 11, Cadet Division for ages 11-15 and for our Adult Medical First Responder Division you must be 18 and older. Training is provided to specific divisions.


Do you require language proficiency other than in English?
There are no specific requirements of language other than English however secondary languages are an asset.


What time commitment(s) are you expecting from a volunteer?
From our Volunteers we ask for the a level of commitment based on what Division you volunteer for. For example when volunteering for the Board unless you carry an appointment of position other than Director you would attend a monthly meeting. However as a requirement when you are volunteer on our Adult Medical First Responder Division you must donate a minimum of 60 on duty hours and attend a minimum of 12 training meetings a year. With our Junior and Cadet Divisions there is a one hour meeting weekly that runs from September until June to coincide with the school year.


Are there any other requirements for being a volunteer?
Our Volunteers for the Adult Medical First Responders and Board of Directors go through a set Recruitment and Application Process to ensure that St Thomas Elgin Branch and Volunteer are the right fit. This includes an orientation, application, interview, Police records check and phone call of acceptance all leading to the training of its Members. This helps our organization ensure to take the unknown out of the process for its potential Volunteers.


Are there any specific skills and experience required?
St. John Ambulance has been ensuring the health, safety and quality of life for Canadians for well over 125 years. St. John Ambulance offers the most comprehensive, state-of-the-art first aid and CPR training programs for the workplace, the home and the community. The St Thomas Elgin Branch ensures to deliver professional experience and training to its members to ensure a confidence in our Volunteers while serving their community.


What type of volunteer positions are typically available?
The positions available are Board Members, Adult Medical First Responders, Cadets and Juniors.


Do you provide training for volunteers?
There is training at all levels. Including Knowledge about the organization, First Aid and CPR Training and Advanced Medical First Responder Training. We do also provide additional Emergency Training, Incident Management Training and Emergency Disaster Training.


What are the typical volunteer activities occurring at your organization?
Our volunteers can be involved in training activities such as Medical and Driver training, fundraising, attending Business Events within the local community, trips to local Police and Fire Halls. While on the Adult Division you will attend various events throughout the county such as Fairs, Race tracks and major events such as the Great Lakes International Airshow.


How will a person benefit from volunteering with St. John Ambulance-St. Thomas Elgin Branch?
Being a volunteer with our Branch not only makes you a valued part of the community it provides a challenging environment that will help you develop a new set of beneficial and problem solving skills that will help you grow and succeed as an individual. You will receive professional training and experience, belong to a valued group while making new friends and affiliations. You will contributing to a cause that is important-saving lives.


Do you accept high school students?
We do take High School students that wish to become a valued member of the community and can place them in the appropriate division by age.




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