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Order of Malta Training Services is currently providing First Aid Response training as health and safety training is classified as an essential service in the Government’s published list of essential services under current restrictions.

The Order of Malta First Aid Response courses involve extensive practical demonstration and assessment that cannot be carried out remotely and accordingly our First Aid Response courses are held in person.

• Before the start of the course, we require each attendee to fill out and sign a Covid-19 self-declaration from.
• The temperature of each attendee is checked twice a day.
• Our training rooms have been marked out to provide the required 2-meter social distancing between each attendee.
• We provide and require each attendee to wear masks for the duration of the course. Attendees can use their own masks if they wish.
• Gloves and disposable aprons are provided for use during the practical aspects of the course.
• Each attendee is assigned their own table, CPR manikin and AED.
• All courses start with presentation on infection prevention and control, which includes demonstrations on the proper use of the above protective equipment.
• Hand sanitiser dispensers are on each table and are available at numerous points throughout the building.

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The Order of Malta Ambulance Corps provide provide first aid and emergency medical ambulance services to an extensive array of organisations, events and festivals throughout the island of Ireland. Our services include the provision of qualifies personnel, Ambulances, Off-Road Vehicles and Mobile Accident and Emergency Suites

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Training Courses

Our depth of experience in the field of emergency community care allows us to deliver training in first-aid and health & safety that is informed, current and presented in a professional manner. Our mission is to provide our clients with health and safety training solutions that will help create safer environments in which to work, play and live.

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Community Care

Our volunteers co-ordinate and manage a range of community care services including day care centres, community care centres, centres for the elderly and supporting welfare clinics for the homeless. We also provide essential respite for disabled young people at our facilities in the Share Holiday village

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A recognised National Youth organisation and member of the National Youth Council of Ireland, Order of Malta Cadets is for those aged between 10 and 16 years. Our Cadet members are actively involved in their community, are fully trained in basic life saving skills and receive personal development opportunities

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Our Latest News

July 26, 2021

Mr. John Byrne has taken up the role of CEO of Order of Malta Ireland, replacing Mr Peadar Ward who retires after 5 years.

Commander John Wright KM, National Director of the Ambulance Corps welcomes Mr Byrne to his new role at St. John’s House, and looks forward to working […]
April 12, 2021

Owing to the pending retirement of Peadar Ward KM we have begun the recruitment process for the position of CEO of Order of Malta Ireland

February 9, 2021

29th World Day of the Sick 2021 – Thursday, February 11 – The Order of Malta Philippines

Mass will be  celebrated at the Metropolitan Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist, Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Lingayen-Dagupan Province of Pangasinan, Philippines. The mass can be viewed […]
February 2, 2021

Mr. John Farmer

It was with deep regret that we learned of the Death of Mr. John Farmer in his 97th year. John was one of the founding members of […]

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