Frequently Asked Questions - Website feedback

What browser can I use to view the St John Ambulance website?

Our sites support the following browsers:

  • Chrome- the latest version
  • Firefox- the latest version
  • Internet explorer- 9 and onwards

If your computer uses older versions of these browsers you may wish to consider upgrading to a more recent browser to get the best experience of the St John Ambulance website.

I would like to give feedback about your website, who do I contact?

Every day we are working hard to improve our website as much as possible and we'd love to hear your feedback about what we could do better. Contact our digital communications team at digitalcomms@sja.org.uk who will be able to help.

We are currently undergoing a digital transformation of our current website over the next year. If you have any questions please contact our digital communications team.


Help us get the important things right and give us your feedback

We value your feedback, by learning from your experiences and working to resolve any challenges, we can continue to make positive improvements to the quality of our services. To ensure that we manage your feedback appropriately, please tell us if you are one of the following:

Patient or their representative

Patient or their representative

Members of the public

Members of the public

Fundraiser or supporter

Fundraiser or supporter

National Feedback Policy

We are committed to improving the quality of our services, by learning and acting on feedback from our customers, patients, supports and members of the public. Take a look at our National Feedback Policy for more information.

Can't find what you're looking for?

If you can't find what you're looking for in our FAQ's, give us a call

General enquiries

08700 104950 (Mon-Fri 9am-5pm) Calls cost 2p per minutes plus your phone company's access charge.

National Headquarters

0207 324 4000 (Mon-Fri 9am-5pm)

Training course enquiries

0844 770 4800 (Mon-Fri 8:30am-5:30pm) Calls cost 7p per minutes plus your phone company's access charge.