WOULD YOU KNOW WHAT TO DO?
Fast and effective first aid can be the difference between life and death in an emergency.
St. John Cymru Wales is the leading provider of first aid in Wales, offering a comprehensive selection of first aid courses, volunteering opportunities, national event cover and patient transport services. In 2014 our 4,200 members completed 210,000 hours of voluntary service, travelling more than 750,000 miles, treating 9,217 people and training 24,274 more. Cardiff LINKS is the student arm of St. John Cymru Wales at Cardiff University, supporting volunteering with St. John Cymru Wales throughout your time at Cardiff. Cardiff LINKS is run by students for students, and is supported by a local and national network of volunteers and paid staff.
By volunteering with Cardiff LINKS your time and dedication could save a life. You will complete a series of advanced first aid training courses, designed to ensure that in an emergency you will have the skills to be the difference between life and death. You will then have the opportunity to utilise these skills at events across Wales alongside teams of experienced volunteers and healthcare professionals, including events at the Millennium and Cardiff City stadiums. The skills you develop and experience you acquire as a first aider with Cardiff LINKS will enhance your CV and increase your employability. You will be able to meet students and volunteers, working as part of a tight knit friendly team and international community.
Due to the nature of our training, we unfortunately have to limit membership of the Cardiff LINKS society to 80 members (including the committee). If you are not on our waiting list but are still interesred in volunteering with us, please email us at: LINKS@cardiff.ac.uk
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