Credit transfer is a process that recognises the units of competency you have already attained.
It is not the same as Recognised Prior Learning where your work history, skills and abilities are taken into account. Credit transfer examines the units of competency you have already achieved, the relevancy of them and that you can also provide physical proof completion.
We get enquiries from people who are working in a variety of jobs and are now looking for a new challenge in life. They love the idea of becoming a paramedic, but do not want to start all over again re-learn what they already know.
How it works is pretty straight forward.
We will assess your previous qualification or subject achievements to determine whether they can be credited to one of the courses you want to enrol in.
The benefit of qualifying for credit transfer with the Australian Paramedical College is you can save valuable study time by NOT repeating the units you have already attained. This also has the added bonus of lightening your study load and leaving you with more free time to learn new and challenging skills.
By enrolling in a course and being credited in recognition of your prior achievements increases your educational choices and career opportunities.
This means wiping months of extra study off the agenda; bringing you closer to your goal of becoming a paramedic in a shorter time frame.
If you can see the unit codes you have already got in the table below – then you may be able to credit transfer those units.
The big list below contains all of the units of competency that can be found in our Cert IV, Diploma and Advanced Diploma courses.
Many students enrol in the three courses at the same time, because of the amount of money they save and the shorter time frames required to complete the training.
If you do not want to go through the process of filling out the form, no problem. Call (07) 5520 2522 and speak to one of the credit transfer specialists.
When you’ve finished adding the codes, send the information to us and we will give you a call as soon as we can.
Make sure you give us your correct phone number.
|BSBFLM303C||Contribute to effective workplace relationships|
|CHCCS400C||Work within a relevant legal and ethical framework|
|HLTAMBAE403D||Follow procedures for routine safe removal of client|
|HLTAMBAE501D||Implement safe access and egress in an emergency|
|HLTAMBAE504D||Follow procedures for safe extrication of clients in life threatening situations|
|HLTAMBAS501B||Work effectively with culturally diverse clients and co-workers|
|HLTAMBAS604B||Conduct advanced clinical assessment|
|HLTAMBCR401C||Deliver basic clinical care|
|HLTAMBCR502C||Deliver standard clinical care|
|HLTAMBCR504C||Provide clinical mentoring in the work environment|
|HLTAMBCR603B||Deliver intensive clinical care|
|HLTAMBFC301D||Communicate with clients and colleagues to support health care|
|HLTAMBFC402C||Communicate in complex or difficult situations|
|HLTAMBPD401C||Manage personal stressors in the work environment|
|HLTAMBSC401B||Manage routine scene and promote public safety|
|HLTAMBSC503B||Contribute to managing the scene of an emergency|
|HLTAMBT402C||Transport emergency clients|
|HLTAP401B||Confirm physical health status|
|HLTHIR301C||Communicate and work effectively in health|
|HLTHIR402D||Contribute to organisational effectiveness in the health industry|
|HLTHIR403C||Work effectively with culturally diverse clients and co-workers|
|HLTHIR404D||Work effectively with Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people|
|HLTHIR506C||Implement and monitor compliance with legal and ethical requirement|
|HLTIN301C||Comply with infection control policies and procedures|
|HLTWHS300A||Contribute to WHS processes|
|HLTWHS456A||Identify, assess and control WHS risk in own work|