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Training

We are open and delivering training courses again at locations where we are able to establish the safeguards necessary to protect participants and our instructors. We are adhering strictly to the advice of health authorities. 

Read here how we are running training in a COVID-19 secure manner.


St John Training Malta (formerly known as the Training Association), was founded in 1882. This was the first branch of St John Ambulance which was formed outside of the United Kingdom. Its aim is to teach First Aid to members of St John Ambulance (First Aid & Nursing), the St John Rescue Corps and to the general public with courses being conducted at our training venue in Valletta and on-site at various companies and organisations.

First Aid courses conducted by St John Training are recognised and approved by the Occupational Health & Safety Authority and conform to Legal Notice 11 of 2002 which governs first aid at the workplace.

The training and re-certification of our First Aid instructors are closely monitored by St John Ambulance in the United Kingdom. National trainer verifiers visit Malta on a regular basis to ensure that all instructors maintain the high standards of St John Ambulance worldwide.

Over the years St John Training Malta has trained thousands of people. The most popular course is our 19hr First Aid course covering adult, child and baby first aid protocols. This course fulfils the requirements of persons working with children.

Besides this course, St John Training Malta also conducts courses in Emergency First Aid, Basic Life Support/Automated External Defibrillation, Medical Gases, Anaphylaxis, Blood Pressure & Blood Glucose Monitoring, Junior First Aid (suitable for children age 9 to 13 years at schools, Scouts/Guides and other youth organisations) and fire safety courses.

Follow this link for detailed information about first aid and fire safety courses.

Contact Details

e: training@stjohnmalta.org
t: +356 7924 5740

If you cannot reach us by phone send us an email (training@stjohnmalta.org) or SMS (7924 5740).