The Three Cross Award scheme is designed to teach First Aid to children in schools and youth organisations
Learning First Aid is a vital part of everyone’s education and this programme can be conducted for young people between the ages of 9 to 13 years old. It is an excellent step towards helping to save lives. The Three Cross Award programme is taught with a combination of video, theory and practical sessions. The course is broken down in three parts: One Cross, Two Cross and Three Cross. It has been designed to be as flexible as possible. The time taken to complete the course will depend upon the size and duration of each session.
A person who has a valid St John Ambulance First Aid certificate can teach the course with the assistance of our volunteers. St John Ambulance Trainers will then conduct the assessment.
Utilising the Three Cross Award is not only worthwhile; it is great fun and virtually every young person can achieve success. In addition, we have special certificates for organisations to commemorate the achievement of 50+ students through the One Cross Award and 150+ students through the Three Cross Award.
Scouts and Guides can wear badges on their uniform. The wearing of these badges has been approved by both Associations.
Fee is €10 per child. This fee includes certificate, badge and face shield. Proceeds from our training courses support services provided by St John Malta for the community.
Print application [PDF], fill it out and send it to us by post (not registered post).
For more information contact us or call 2124 5740.
Those aged 14 and older can attend the First Aid courses organised for the general public.