The Scottish First Aid Awards – Tickets

The Scottish First Aid Awards were created to recognise individuals, volunteers and businesses who are leading the way in first aid in Scotland. Every year we celebrate those people and organisations who have made the difference between a life lost and a life saved and by sharing their inspiring stories, we can make as many people as possible aware of the importance of basic first aid.

Join us on the 23 November at 7.00pm at the Doubletree by Hilton, Cambridge Street Glasgow for this year’s Scottish First Aid Awards and a night of dancing, glitz and maybe even a tear or two.

Please note, no physical tickets will be issued, as your details will be added to our guest list for the event.

This year the Scottish First Aid Awards will be hosted by the wonderful Jennifer Reoch, an experienced STV presenter, previous Miss Scotland winner and recent CPR learner. Back by popular demand for the third year running is the charismatic Edward Reid who will be taking no prisoners, determined to get you on your feet and set the sequins flying! Then to see you into the wee small hours is our late night entertainment from across the water, Clyde 1 radio DJ – Callum Gallagher.

The funds raised from the Scottish First Aid Awards ensure that our work in local communities continues and brings our organisation closer to achieving its vision of a nation of lifesavers.

In 2017, St Andrew’s First Aid continued our BandAge project in Secondary Schools across Scotland where we not only qualify the students as first aiders but encourage them to cascade these skills to their feeder Primary Schools; launched first aid training for Young Carers and began first aid training for those in the Scottish Prison Services.

In addition to these efforts in the local communities the charity is petitioning the Scottish Government to support first aid training for every primary school child in Scotland – not just those already involved in the BandAge project.

You can support our work across Scotland by attending this year and hearing the incredible stories of our nominees. Tickets are only £650 for a table of ten or £70 per person and the price includes a sparkling wine reception, three course meal and entertainment – help us create a safer Scotland for all.