Diploma of Paramedical Science

Enrolments now open for 2019: HLT51015 Release 1


Call now to enrol in our 2019 program: 1300 857 918

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Emergency Australia use Registered Paramedics to teach and assess your clinical knowledge on this course.

The Diploma of Paramedical Science is Nationally Recognised and sets the foundations for an exciting career in paramedicine. Once gained, employment can be found in a wide range of sectors including mining, oil and gas, events, overseas contracting, VIP security, patient transport, training, and throughout the private sector.

Study Loans are available to approved applicants, for this course.

Emergency Australia is a private medical company and Registered Training Organisation 41448, which delivers emergency specific courses across Australia. Established by operationally experienced military personnel, we are a Certified Australian Veteran Owned Business.

As a private medical company, we service a wide range of sectors across New South Wales, Australian Capital Territory, Victoria and Western Australia. These sectors include paramedics/nurses for high-risk motorsport, mining, and private events.

Whilst studying this diploma, degree-qualified paramedics will assess your knowledge evidence and performance evidence, with industry experience in both the private and government based organisations.

Eligible for Study Loans? Find out here: https://studyloans.com.au/emergency-australia-information-page/

In total, the diploma consists of 17 units of study and 160 hours of clinical placement.
  • BSBMED301   Interpret and apply medical terminology appropriately (Release 1)
  • CHCCOM005    Communicate and work in health or community services (Release 2)
  • CHCDIV001   Work with diverse people (Release 1)
  • CHCLEG001   Work legally and ethically (Release 1)
  • HLTAAP002   Confirm physical health status (Release 1)
  • HLTINF001     Comply with infection prevention and control policies and procedures (Release 1)
  • HLTWHS002   Follow safe work practices for direct client care (Release 2)
  • HLTWHS006   Manage personal stressors in the work environment (Release 1)
  • HLTAMB001   Follow procedures for routine safe removal of patient (Release 1)
  • HLTAMB002   Implement safe access and egress in an emergency (Release 1)
  • HLTAMB003   Transport emergency patients (Release 1)
  • HLTAMB007    Assess and deliver basic clinical care (Release 1)
  • HLTAMB008   Assess and deliver standard clinical care (Release 1)
  • HLTAMB011   Manage a routine non-emergency scene (Release 1)
  • HLTAMB012   Communicate in complex situations to support health care (Release 1)
  • HLTAMB013   Contribute to managing the scene of an emergency (Release 1)
  • HLTAMB014   Transport non-emergency patients under operational conditions ( Release 1)

This diploma has been specifically designed to have the knowledge evidence completed via distance mode of study. This enables students to continue with their current employment. The knowledge evidence is self-paced. Once the unit has been submitted for assessment and deemed competent, the next unit will be available for completion. The Diploma must be completed within 24 months from commencement. All units, placements, and practical assessments must be achieved in order for the diploma to be awarded. Students complete this course in 12 months on average.

The performance evidence is assessed over two, 6-day blocks and 160-hour placement through Emergency Australia or an approved provider. These 6-day blocks are intensive where we utilise the objective structured clinical examinations (OSCE) to ensure clinical competence. During these workshops, you will be trained and assessed on paramedical skill sets including airway management, stabilisation of trauma patients, interpreting electrocardiograms, drug administration and extraction of patients.

As part of the diploma, it is a government requirement that students complete 160 hours of placement under clinical supervision. This can be conducted with approved private or government medical companies in your local area. Students have the option of completing this course with Emergency Australia, or selecting an alternate approved provider  their local area.

As Emergency Australian is a Registered Training Organisation 41448, this diploma will gain credits towards the Bachelor of Clinical Practice (Paramedic). The degree is required for those seeking employment with state ambulance services.


If you would like further information for this course, please contact our trainers at:
 1300 857 918
Sean O'Loughlin
Bachelor of Clinical Practice Paramedic
Former 1st Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment
Founder & Managing Director Emergency Australia Pty Ltd

1300 857 918


88/90 Terralong St, Kiama, NSW, 2533