Click any of the course icons below to learn more. Certificate III is perfect for entry-level patient transport roles, Certificate IV is for Basic Life Support Medic roles as a First Responder; and Diploma qualifications offer pathways into more diverse roles in the mining sector and private enterprise. You can also use the diploma as leverage to get into university to study a degree in paramedicine.
Work in the rapidly-developing Patient Transport sector, Emergency First Response roles; continuing on to Paramedic Assistant and various other roles in the private sector. Or use the Diploma of Paramedical Science to get into university and save time studying the degree. So many people have taken advantage of this opportunity – are you next?
In Australia there are two ways to become a Paramedic – by applying directly to university or by studying a paramedical qualification with a Registered Training Organisation (RTO), then going to university.
If you complete your training with an RTO:
The prehospital emergency health care industry is booming. With the recent global health crisis, now is the perfect time to reflect and decide whether you want to work in an industry where job opportunities are immense, or run the risk of becoming vulnerable. With the privatisation of many health care industry roles, it means the demand for Paramedics and medics, Patient Transport Officers, First Responders, Basic Life Support Medics etc is set to increase dramatically over the next few years.
With flourishing prehospital emergency health care jobs and dynamic industry growth across Australia, now is the perfect time to begin making a difference in people’s lives in this exciting and rewarding industry where you enjoy greater control over what you do and each day is different from the next.
INFORMATIVE, INTUITIVE AND CONVENIENT STUDY
YOU COULD RECEIVE CREDITS FOR THE EXPERIENCE AND/OR QUALIFICATIONS YOU ALREADY HAVE.
THIS IS CALLED RECOGNISED PRIOR LEARNING (RPL)