The Paramedic Practice course from St George's, University of London is delivered by a large team of paramedics and other health care professional lecturing staff and forms an ideal base to enhance skills, knowledge and career prospects.
The course design allows for you to choose modules to suit your career needs whether you are interested in eventually specialising in primary or critical care or interested in the broad range of patients contacted in paramedic practice.
- Hospital-based campus with specialist paramedic simulation and teaching facilities.
- Large team of experienced paramedic education staff with multidisciplinary members.
- A range of different modules to meet your needs, including primary care and critical care.
- Some modules use a blended learning approach to suit staff working full time, allowing you to learn from home where appropriate.
- Flexible module selection designed to suit working staff.
- Cardiac Care for Paramedics
- Clinical Decision Making for Paramedics
- Evidence Based Practice for Paramedics
- Resuscitation Theory for Paramedics
- Paramedic Medicines to Practice
- Healthcare Perspectives in Mass Casualty Management
- Admissions Avoidance
- Clinical Reasoning in Physical Assessment
- Student must first complete CRIPA
- 36 months
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We are not aware of any academic requirements for this programme.
- Evidence of study at a higher education level. This will either be a degree in a non-paramedic subject or the successful completion of a stand-alone module. Typical examples include ECG or mentorship modules completed with other higher education institutions.
- Evidence of successful completion of an appropriate access to higher education course
- NVQ or BTEC at level 4 in a paramedic subject. Typically this may have been an accredited IHCD Paramedic qualification (Please note not all IHCD awards are credit bearing).
- Minimum 5 GCSEs including English language, mathematics and science AND minimum 1 A level in a science subject studied in the last 5 years.
- English Language requirements
You are required to either secure sponsorship from your employer or arrange for your own independent funding prior to applying.
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