“So you’re looking for more information like course fees and what jobs you can do”

No problem, we can give you all of that information.

Course fees can vary depending on your experience and past qualifications, so it’s best to call us for that chat about the different options open to you.

Another deciding factor is, can you take a year off work and study full time – or are you looking for ways to fit paramedical study into your existing lifestyle without having to attend a classroom 5 days a week?

There’s lot’s of things to consider such as:

  • When are you looking to get started?
  • How are you going to finance your study? Payment plans or pat for the course in total?
  • Really ask yourself WHY you are doing this?
  • Can you commit to the extra hours of study and dedicate the next 12-18 months of study?
  • Are you being supported by your family, partner in your decision to become a paramedic?

The best way to answer these questions is to talk them through with one of our course coordinators. Book a time to chat with one of them here.

Other information you should not miss out on…

  1.  Download our eBook on ‘how to become  paramedic
  2.  Start with the basics, become a Patient Transport Officer – find out more here
  3. Get the patient transport ambulance attendant jobs review eBook here
    this is the prefect place to begin your training in the growing pre-hospital non-emergency/emergency health care sector.