Our range of Paramedicine and Emergency Care programmes are aimed at anyone wanting a career in ambulance services. The Bachelor of Health Science (Paramedic) is delivered in partnership with Wellington Free Ambulance. The Certificate in Emergency Care is delivered in partnership with ProMed.
Gain skills to provide emergency and non-urgent medical care in a range of situations. Develop skills to assess, stabilise, treat and refer patients. Learn through clinical placements in ambulance services, hospitals and other situations.
Learn the skills required for first responder roles. This programme gives you the ability to provide primary first-aid care until advanced medical care is available. Learn to assess medical trauma and manage complex emergencies. You will need a valid first-aid certificate to do this programme.
Gain a qualification that covers the knowledge and skills required for practice as an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT). You will learn through online learning and block courses that include simulation. You’ll need to have completed the NZ Certificate in Emergency Care programme and hold a position as a first responder.
Gain a qualification that integrates the knowledge and skills necessary for practice as a paramedic, while already working or volunteering in ambulance services and holding an Authority to Practice at EMT or above. You’ll learn through online teaching and block courses, including simulation, and you will apply and advance your practice in your current workplace. Study part-time and have up to six years to complete the degree.
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Use the knowledge and skills you already have to fast-track your qualification with minimum cost. Workplace-learning, volunteering, professional development, other provider qualifications and online courses or units can be recognised as prior learning and put towards your future diploma or degree.