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Life Saver International First Aid Course (LIFAC)

The St. John Ambulance Lifesaver course is designed specifically to teach essential life saving first aid skills to the public to enable them gain useful skills to handle emergency situations.

Home Based Care Course

This course   introduces learners to the various aspects of community Home Based Care acquainting candidates with relevant skills, knowledge and   experience as Caregivers in their respective communities.  The course offers an opportunity to learners to become outstanding care givers with basic knowledge of disease and disability, management of the patients

Basic Fire Fighting

Basic Fire Fighting is a basic fire fighting awareness course for workplace environments that include prevention techniques as well as information on how to put out fires. 
This course is designed to give the participant, the knowledge in fire safety and prevention, fighting a fire by recognizing user and equipment limitations, the fundamentals of fires, types of fire extinguishers, and the proper handling of the fire extinguisher.

Occupational Health and Safety

This certificate course is for those who wish to pursue a career in OH&S. It is ideal for those responsible for OH&S in their workplace and need the skills and qualification required to carry out their duties.
It is also ideal for those who wish to become Work Cover acceptable trainers and assessors, human resource (HR) practitioners, safety officers or OH&S officers.

Incident Command System Level 1 & 2 (Disaster Management)

The incident command system course is a standardized, on-scene, all-hazard incident management concept that introduces candidates to a wide range of incidents both natural and human made. It provides a foundation upon which to enable entry-level personnel to function appropriately in the performance of incident-related duties.
Candidates are equipped with the knowledge and skills to proficiently recognise and respond to disasters and be able to prevent or minimize loss of life or damage to property and the environment. 

Emergency Medical Technician (EMT)

Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs) course provides basic and advanced life support to patients in the pre-hospital emergency setting. This course equip candidates with the skills to perform essential medical procedures to save a patient's life including patient assessment , first aid, vital tests and stabilizing a patient during transport to hospital.

Emergency Transport Attendant (ETA)

This covers the competencies needed to provide accident and emergency care inside and outside of an ambulance. It is an advanced emergency care course with a rigorous examination at the end, and in addition to the time commitment for formal instruction, candidates should expect to put in extra practice time. Experience of giving First Aid for real is essential, and the duty hours requirement should be seen as a minimum.

Patient Transport Attendant (PTA)

The PTA course is a mixture of theory and practical elements and enables candidates to combine all skills that have previously been gained in the pre-requiste courses of Basic and Advanced First aid levels, in addition the utilisation of ambulance equipment, patient assessment and history taking skills, common respiratory complaints, Mental Health Infection Control, etc.

Ambulance Driver

As an internationally  recognised ambulance  provider  with an experience of over 80 years , St John Uganda offers  Ambulance drivers

Sports First Aid

This course will give you all the necessary first aid skills to deal with a whole range of sporting injuries. The course content will be tailored to the sport or environment the delegates are involved in. It develops skills, knowledge and confidence to assist in a first aid role in any sport.
It is an ideal course for those who have contact with people within a sporting environment and the potential for the need to administer First Aid as a result of a sports injury such as muscle strains, joint injuries. This includes: