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Congratulations to all recipients, and thank you for your service to the St John movement.
Ms Carissa Tan (Team Leader) shares her team’s journey to make the people of Hope Village smile. Project Smiling Angels is an annual OCIP project headed by Zone 8 St John Brigade Singapore.
St John Singapore received a donation of three new ambulances from three benefactors!
The Hospital Attachment Programme 2016 was held between 21 November and 16 December 2016. Find out more about what the cadets have learnt during their 5-day attachment programmes
To celebrate World First Aid Day on 10th September 2016, Dare or Not! inspired youths on the importance of learning life-saving skills, and empowered them to make a difference. We are honoured to have Senior Minister of State for Ministry of Culture, Community and Youth, Ms Sim Ann, to grace the event at Playspace @ SCAPE.
Our cadet, Nurul Ayuni Rosli from Zone 6 Bukit Merah Secondary School Corps, has been featured by The Straits Times. Congratulations to Nurul on being offered a conditional place to study Nursing at Ngee Ann Polytechnic under the new Early Admissions Exercise!
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The Hospital Attachment Programme (HAP) is an annual programme jointly organised by the St John Brigade and the Ministry of Health Holdings (MOHH).
Members aged 15 and above with a valid Basic Home Nursing certificate are welcomed to participate in a 5-day attachment programme in Singapore’s restructured hospitals.
The HAP is a rare opportunity for cadets to put their Home Nursing knowledge into practice, with a focus on the practical actions required to manage health, patient safety, and resource requirements. A preceptor is assigned to the members to ensure that their learning objectives are met.
Register for the upcoming CAA Presentation Ceremony which will be held on 1st July 2017 at Nanyang Polytechnic Auditorium from 1pm to 4pm!
The Corps Achievement Award is awarded to St John cadet Corps in recognition of their training, operations, and administrative efficiency. Qualified Corps are awarded the Gold, Silver, or Bronze based on a set of criteria given. 61 out of our 67 cadet Corps are awarded in recognition of their efforts in the year of 2016. Congratulations!
Organised in partnership with the Ministry of Education, the St John Internship is part of a larger Uniformed Groups Internship Programme, which aims to offer post-Secondary students an opportunity to contribute to one of the 9 Uniformed Groups in Singapore.
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The Cadet Proficiency Badge Scheme has been part of the cadets’ programme since its introduction in 1990. The CPBS was introduced to encourage members to enhance their interest in activities outside curriculum hours and to widen their knowledge. In its 4th Edition, we will see the introduction of new award badges that aligns with MOE’s LEAPS 2.0 award scheme, new proficiency badges that aligns with the Character and Citizenship Education, programmes that develop leadership in our students.