Organised by St John Ambulance Victoria, the annual First Aid Champion Awards provides a unique opportunity for Victorians to honour those who have made a real impact to people’s lives, whether as unsung heroes, colleagues, classmates, friends or family members.
In a mission to thank and acknowledge Victorians who have displayed goodwill and courage by providing emergency First Aid, we hope to inspire others throughout the community to mirror these acts of heroism in times of need.
The category is open to children younger than 12 who have demonstrated excellent First Aid knowledge to help in a time of need.
The category is open to young individuals aged between 13-17 that have helped others in a First Aid emergency situation.
The category is open to an individual that has demonstrated the necessary knowledge and skills that have helped someone in a CPR incident.
The category is open to all members of the general public, aged 18 and above, that have demonstrated a great act of service with their First Aid skills in a time of need, anywhere in the community.
The category is open to an individual that has demonstrated the necessary knowledge and skills that have helped a colleague in a First Aid incident in the workplace.
This category is open to current or former St John Ambulance Victoria volunteers who have demonstrated their first aid knowledge and skills in an emergency situation while off-duty/out of uniform in the community.
Anyone can nominate another person for a First Aid Champion Award.
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