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St John WA’s free 30-minute digital first aid course for new drivers. Together, we are building resilience on WA roads with educated drivers who are ready to assist in the event of a road emergency.
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Teenage drivers

are experiencing the highest increase in road fatalities

17-19

year old fatalities

have doubled from 2019 to 2020

15%

road accident deaths

can be prevented by administering basic first aid.

What is Click To Save

Getting your L-plates or P-plates is among the best moments in a person’s life. However, the freedom of being out on the road comes with a huge responsibility to keep both yourself and others safe.

Together, we are building resilience on WA roads with educated drivers who are ready to assist in the event of a road emergency.

Sign up to the Click to Save course today.

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It takes only four minutes for an unconscious road victim with no serious injury to die from a blocked airway.

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15% of road accident deaths can be prevented by administering basic first aid.

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It takes 30 minutes to arm yourself with the knowledge to save a life in the event of a road emergency.

The Real Stories

Hear from heroes and survious who are here today from first aid.

Rikki Cameron

17-year-old Rikki Cameron was driving home from work late one night near Margaret River, WA, when she witnessed a horrific motor vehicle accident.

Nicole Tolhurst and Rod

Nicole Tolhurst, now 29-years-old, was involved in a serious car accident on 29 November, 2007.

Jerry Kuznik and Alison

In December 2011 Jerry Kuznik was driving towards Fremantle when he suffered a cardiac arrest as he approached an intersection.

Be a First Responder

The St John Ambulance First Responder App is an invaluable tool in an emergency situation. From sending your GPS location or allowing you to assist with first aid in nearby by emergenices

Get the App