First Aid for Me

First aid is important

Knowing first aid means you can help someone feel better, heal quicker, or care for them until help arrives. It could even save a life!


of cardiac arrests occur at home or in public spaces.

7 - 10%

decrease in survival rate each minute without CPR.


higher survival rate when CPR is delivered quickly.

Start the journey and become first aid ready

Begin by learning the basics with First Aid for Me. Complete your journey by undertaking accredited first aid training with St John.

This is me

I need to know first aid so I can help in an emergency.

Learn basic first aid

I’ve learned basic first aid skills with First Aid for Me. I now understand how to help.

I’m ready to help

I’ve completed accredited first aid training and I’m ready to help in an emergency.

Our mission

We strive to make first aid a part of everyone’s life. We do this by:

Looking to volunteer?

Be a part of something meaningful. When you become a St John volunteer, you’ll join a team that’s changing lives in your community.

First Aid Matters

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Become a First Responder

The St John First Responder app allows qualified first aiders register to become Community First Responders. If a nearby (500 meters) medical emergency occurs, they are notified through the app and can assist until help arrives.

First aid kits

Get essential first aid equipment suited to your needs.

State Defibrillator Network

Organisations can register their defibrillator with St John, making it easier for the community to access a defibrillator quickly in an emergency.

How else can we help?

We offer a range of products and services to help you stay safe and healthy.

First Nations recognition

St John acknowledges the First Nations peoples of the many Traditional lands and language groups across Western Australia, as the Traditional Custodians of the Country. We pay our respects to their Ancestors and Elders, past and present.