The paramedic course known as a Certificate IV in Health Care(Ambulance) provides students with the core foundations for a career as a paramedic. Covering basic systems of life-support and other essential skills for effective pre-hospital care, the Certificate IV in Health Care (Ambulance) is one of the most popular paramedic courses.
Composing of both an online learning component, onsite practical training and in many cases a clinical placement.
Comprised of 16 units of competency and 12 days of practical assessments and scenarios, this course is perfect for those who are looking for a pathway into the exciting career of paramedicine.
After completing the HLT41115, you will possess high-level clinical knowledge and possess skills of a Basic Life Support (BLS) medic.
This includes basic airway management, an introduction to 4 lead ECG monitoring and automatic defibrillation, intramuscular injections, oxygen therapies (including nebulised medications), BLS resuscitation, basic drug management and pharmacology.
You will also develop the required skills for primary and secondary patient assessments; and use clinical reasoning to develop treatment plans for ill and injured patients.
Some of the new skills you will acquire when taking part in the Certificate IV course are:
As you can see, the Certificate IV in Healthcare provides extensive paramedic training designed to give students the comprehensive skills needed for pre-hospital emergency care.
This course which is predominantly delivered online in a self-paced learning environment provides you with the essential training that trainee paramedics require.
If you are considering a future career in paramedics, or you are simply interested in discovering whether this is the right career path for you, then the Certificate IV is the course you can start with.
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The course HLT41115 – Certificate IV in Health Care (Ambulance) has been superseded by HLT41120 – Certificate IV in Health Care. Read more about the updated Certificate here.