Do you know an inspiring First Aid champion who deserves the recognition of a Scottish First Aid Award? They could be a First Aid volunteer, a child, or an adult who has displayed remarkable courage.
Or perhaps you know a quick thinking neighbour or colleague who has saved someone’s life with their First Aid skills? St Andrews First Aid want to hear about them.
There are a number of different categories, with different awards for different ages.
First Aid Volunteer Awards
Volunteers are the lifeblood of a non-profit organisation. The Volunteer Awards category celebratescourageous volunteers who have demonstrated an excellent use of their First Aid skills in Scotland.
- Young First Aid Volunteer of the Year (up to 15 years of age)
- Youth First Aid Volunteer of the Year (16-24 years)
- First Aid Volunteer of the Year (25 years and over)
The Herald Community First Aid Award
This category recognises courageous individuals, valiant First Aid advocates and those who have excelled in using their First Aid skills in the Community. St Andrews First Aid are looking for nominations from anyone, anywhere in recognition of a particularly inspirational First Aid achievement.
- Young First Aid Champion (up to and including 15 years of age)
- Community First Aid Champion (16 years and over)
The Workplace First Aid Award
Do you know someone in your workplace that deserves recognition for their First Aid Skills? This category recognises individuals or organisations that are championing First Aid training to their staff, the public and their customers.
- Public/Not for Profit Sector Award
- Private Sector Award
How can I nominate a First Aid Champion?
Tell us about the First Aid Champion that you know by completing a form on the St Andrews First Aid website.
Nominations are open until Friday 28 September 2012 and a panel of judges will announce the shortlist in October 2012.