By becoming a Volunteer Ambulance Officer, First Responder or Medic you will be able to confidently help people who need urgent medical attention.
Volunteering and helping others has been known to help improve your health and happiness, and as a budding First Responder, Medic or even a qualified Paramedic, it can open the doors to a career in pre-hospital emergency health care.
Reasons to become a volunteer:
The most valuable skills you can bring to any voluntary role are a positive attitude, willingness to help, compassion and an open mind.
Becoming a Medic/Paramedic in Australia: Free guide show you exactly how to get started. Download it here.
In the health care sector there are a long list of organisations you will be able to volunteer with. Here are a few groups we suggest approaching:
The Australian Paramedical College is the largest private pre-hospital health care training provider in Australia.
Our team are dedicated to providing training of the highest standard for students who enrol in our training Nationally Recognised training programs.
APC offers the HLT31120 – Certificate III in Non-emergency Patient Transport, a HLT41120 – Certificate IV in Health Care and a HLT51020 – Diploma of Emergency Health Care. Our training programs provide a flexible and affordable pathways for those who wish to work in the private sector or choose to continue their emergency medicine education at university.
For more information on how to get started in pre-hospital emergency health care call 1300 377 741