Busselton hosted the St Johns South West seminar

Holden Marley, Timothy Ferguson, Lachlan Carr, Louisa De Gruchy, Kaleesha Johnson, Jasmin Ruane, Emily Warnock.

Holden Marley, Timothy Ferguson, Lachlan Carr, Louisa De Gruchy, Kaleesha Johnson, Jasmin Ruane, Emily Warnock.

Over 140 people attended Abbey Beach resort last Saturday for the St John’s South West regional seminar.

Volunteers and staff attended to share success stories from across the region, with seminars sessions, clinical discussions and demonstrations on throughout the day. 

St John’s Ambulance WA chief executive officer Tony Ahern was happy with the turn out.

“It was great to see so many people attend the seminar. The theme, it starts with us, is an important message that focuses on how we as an organisation can always improve. Despite our great stats from last year, there is always room to improve and grow, which is exactly what we want to do,” he said.

During the seminars it was shown that while the response times for the South West weren’t as good as Perth Metro, they were better than Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne and Hobart.

“We are always looking for new volunteers to help us grow and expand along with the local communities.”

More information can be found at stjohn.org.au.