Absolutely. The College is predominantly an online college, so it’s perfect for students who don’t have the option of attending a physical location to study every day.
The qualifications we deliver are nationally recognised and although the majority of the training can be completed via our Learning Management System, there is a requirement to complete clinical workshops and assessments.
This means attending a training centre at various stages of the training. This can be done in Queensland, New South Wales, Western Australia and Victoria at this point in time.
Entry-level paramedic training courses
- HLT31120 – Certificate III in Non-Emergency Patient Transport
In 6-12 months you can become a Patient Transport Officer, transporting non-emergency patients via ambulance to and from medical facilities.
- HLT41120 – Certificate IV in Health Care
12-18 months course. Graduate as a Basic Life Support Medic. Jobs in the private sector as an Ambulance Officer,Emergency Medical Technician (EMT), Emergency Patient Transport Officer, Industrial medic (mining, construction, manufacturing, oil & gas)
- HLT51020 – Diploma of Emergency Health Care
18-24 months course. Graduate as an Advanced Life Support Paramedic/Medic. Jobs in mining, oil & gas, construction, manufacturing, hospitality, security and industrial. Paramedic support at airports, transport organisations, sea-going vessels, merchant navy etc.
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