- Would you like to be trained to assist in an emergency, or use your time more productively to make a difference in your community?
- Would you like to belong to a group of enthusiastic people committed and willing to take on the challenge to help save lives and property?
YOU can make a difference!!
St John Rescue Corps is a voluntary organisation providing rescue services during community events and large scale rescue operations. We are always looking for bright and enthusiastic people who are willing to give up some of their free time for weekly training and to volunteer during community events and emergencies. Our unpaid volunteers come from all walks of life including University and MCAST students, electricians, engineers, managers, etc.
We provide all necessary training at no cost to you and have volunteer opportunities for everyone from emergency medical services and fire fighting services to administrative duties helping behind or at the scenes. More information about training.
The next training programme for new volunteers (above the age of 16 years) commences on Saturday 9th January 2016. The training programme covers modules such as map reading, orienteering & compass work, First Aid & AED, stretcher and ladder handling, radio communication, fire fighting etc. Participants who successfully complete this training (spanning over a period of 6 months) will be awarded the Rescue Volunteer I Certificate. The training is held at the historical Fort Madalena, Madliena. More information about training.
If you would like to make a difference and be there for your friends and neighbours when it really matters, contact us today - join and Answer the Call!
St John Rescue Corps is grateful for sponsorships received from the underlying companies:
- Malta Motorways of the Sea Ltd
- Mapfre Middlesea plc
- Paul Hartmann AG
- Grimaldi Lines
- Reach and Rescue UK
- Sullivan Maritime
- Ta' Matthew Fish Farms Ltd
- Zahra Enterprises Ltd
Companies, entities and individuals interested in assisting the Rescue Corps with sponsorships are encouraged to contact us.
Last Updated: 03-May-16