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About the Australian Paramedical College

The Australian Paramedical College (APC) employs clinical educators and instructors whom provide the clinical teaching and support for students throughout their course.

Our staff possess years of experience in the paramedical and broader emergency medical services field; and hold both the paramedical and education qualifications, necessary to facilitate the training.

The Australian Paramedical College is a Registered Training Organisation (RTO No:32513), with three paramedical training qualifications on scope.

  1. HLT51015- Diploma of Paramedical Science
  2. HLT41115 – Certificate IV in Health Care
  3. HLT31115 – Certificate III in Non-Emergency Patient Transport

University Pathways

The College has been successful in assisting graduates pursue their career in the private sector as well as providing pathways to university to study a Bachelor of Paramedic Science. (credits awarded).

APC is proud to be associated with the following universities who have accepted our graduates into their degree program;

Our London Ambulance Service Pathway

To assist graduates who do not wish to work as a registered Paramedic in Australia, APC, together with the London Ambulance Service are creating job opportunities in London. Graduates with an APC  HLT51015- Diploma of Paramedical Science are being offered contracts and are actively working in London today.


SAM WILLIS - APC Discipline Leader in Paramedic Sciences

SAM WILLIS – Hon. Snr. Lecturer  in Paramedic Sciences

Sam is the Hon. Snr. Lecturer for Paramedic Science at the Australian Paramedical College.
Sam is a career paramedic academic with an enthusiasm for paramedicine, passion for teaching and approachability plays a critical role in inspiring students and ensuring their success.

Sam started his career as an Emergency Medical Dispatcher in his hometown in England and then worked for 10 years with the one of the world’s busiest ambulance services – London Ambulance Service, as a paramedic and field clinical educator prior to being appointed as an academic at Oxford Brooks University.

In addition to his professional and vocational qualifications, Sam has completed a Bachelor of Paramedic Science (with Honours) and a Master of Arts in Education. With a focus and passion for teaching the next generation of paramedics and emergency medical service professionals.

Since coming to Australia, Sam has taken on several paramedic lecturer and lead academic appointments, including Charles Sturt, Victoria University, University of Tasmania and University of Southern Queensland.

Sam is also an active researcher with a publication record and is currently undertaking a PhD research programme. Sam is also a co-author of the Wiley-Blackwell textbook, Fundamentals of Paramedic Practice: A Systems Approach, which is utilised internationally in paramedic and emergency medical services education and practice space.

Find out more about Sam Willis via his professional profile on LinkedIn.

Tom Rogers APC Paramedic Clinical Instructor

TOM ROGERS – Paramedic Clinical Instructor

Tom is a Paramedic Clinical Instructor and has joined the Australian Paramedical College after a successful 20 year career in the aviation industry as a commercial pilot, specialising in pilot flight training and flight testing.

Tom after deciding to make a career change, studied paramedicine at the Australian Paramedical College, graduating with the Advanced Diploma of Paramedic Science. Tom now practices within the private event medical, emergency response sector at large, high risk events and is also operationally engaged with Surf Life Saving Queensland.

Tom holds paramedical and education qualifications and through his broad experiences, has developed a passion for vocational clinical education and patient safety governance, including the specialised areas of human factors and crew resource management.


APC paramedic trainer

MICK JONES – Paramedic Clinical Instructor

Mick is a casual Clinical Instructor with the Australian Paramedical College. After retiring from a distinguished career as a Detective in the Police Force, Mick turned his focus to paramedicine and after completing his paramedic training, has gained broad experience as an Advanced Care Paramedic, Clinical Instructor, Rescue Paramedic and an Operations and Training Coordinator, working across the ambulance and multidisciplinary private sector paramedic, industrial health and rescue disciplines.

As a truly, multidisciplinary clinical professional, Mick professionally practiced in various public ambulance and private sector clinical and rescue roles across metro, regional and remote areas. Through his experiences, Mick has developed and honed his professional and clinical knowledge, skills and judgement in practice. These are key professional ingredients required in applying clinical, education support and mentorship for students of the College.

Mick holds professional and vocational qualifications in paramedicine, industrial health and OHS, mines rescue, security, policing and vocational education.


Call today on 07 5520 2522 and take the first steps to gaining the qualifications that open up new career opportunities in the pre-hospital emergency care sector.