FAQ- What jobs can I do at the Cert IV level?

This qualification covers work involving delivery of limited direct client care in an emergency response context.
The qualification focuses on work in the ambulance industry by volunteers or workers who provide a basic emergency response and transport roles in areas where there is a relatively low workload.
These roles can be a combination of paid and volunteer work

  • Volunteer ambulance officer
  • First Responder
  • Emergency Medic
  • Non-emergency Patient Transport Officer (NEPT)
  • Industrial Medic
  • Mining, Oil & Gas Medic
  • Occupational First-aider
  • First Aid Teacher
  • Event Medic/Paramedic
  • Emergency Services Officer
  • Honorary ambulance officer

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How to become a paramedic

The Australian Paramedical College is the largest pre-hospital health care training provider in Australia. We are dedicated to providing training of the highest standard for all students who enrol in our training programs. APC offers the HLT41115 – Certificate IV in Health Care and the HLT 51015 – Diploma of Paramedical Science. Our training programs provide a flexible and affordable pathway for those who wish to work in the private sector or choose to continue their education at university.

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