Become an Industry Partner

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APC Industry Partnerships

An Industry Partner is an organisation which offers Clinical Placement, employment, or education opportunities to individuals enrolled at Australian Paramedical College (APC). These partnerships assist us in training the next generation of healthcare professionals. 

Whether working within the event medical sector, patient transport, mining or more, we partner with like-minded organisations who want to deliver the best medical care at all times.

Keep reading to learn about the benefits of becoming an Industry Partner with APC today.

How you can benefit

Direct access to star talent for employment

Having students for Clinical Placement means you know if they’re suitable for employment.

Have an extra pair of hands on deck

APC students are deemed competent before commencing Clinical Placement. Feel rest assured all students are placement-ready before their first shift.

Gain discounts on education for upskilling

Being an Industry Partner of APC means you can take up exclusive discounts on APC’s courses.

Meet our Industry Partners


APC is proud to partner with 15+ organisations across Australia.

One of the perks of partnering with us is having a dedicated page on our website showcasing your services and sharing your offering to approximately 10,000 individuals monthly.


Frequently asked questions

Australia’s future depends on strong partnerships within the industry. That’s why we value you and your interest in becoming an Industry Partner.

APC’s HLT51020 – Diploma of Emergency Health Care students and HLT41120 – Certificate IV in Health Care students can only commence Clinical Placement once they have completed at least 10 units of theory, and have been assessed and deemed satisfactory at their Clinical Workshop/s. 

You can review each course’s units of competency in the graphic below:

To review the scope of practice of a graduated APC student, please refer to the below links:

HLT51020 – Diploma of Emergency Health Care: scope of practice

HLT41120 – Certificate IV in Health Care: scope of practice

HLT31120 – Certificate III in Non-Emergency Patient transport: scope of practice

APC students on Clinical Placement are required to be clinically supervised at  all times by someone holding either a Certificate IV/Diploma or above in a health-related discipline*. 

Students are required to have their own transport to and from the event, accommodation (if required), and personal equipment (such as a stethoscope etc.) for their shift. As their host organisation, you are required to provide all of the equipment to provide basic/advanced life support.

*Students studying the HLT41120 – Certificate IV in Health Care are required to be supervised by someone holding a Cert IV or above. Students studying the HLT51020 – Diploma of Emergency Health Care are required to be supervised by someone holding a Diploma or above. 

APC students are required to conduct either 40, 80, 120 or 160 hours of Clinical Placement whilst enrolled at APC. 

Alongside these hours, students are expected to complete a series of skillsets on placement, covering the unit requirements of HLTOUT004 and/or HLTOUT005.

APC have students located across the nation looking to conduct their Clinical Placement. Whilst it can depend on their availability and notice provided, students are available at all times. 

Yes – APC insure all HLT51020 – Diploma of Emergency Health Care and HLT41120 – Certificate IV in Health Care students whilst on placement. 

Students are covered up to $30 million in Public Liability and $30 million in Professional Indemnity insurance as a volunteer and a paid worker. As a volunteer they are also covered in the case they sustain an injury during placement.

APC students are there to help, not hinder on placement. Having a student on Clinical Placement is providing you with another set of hands on deck for free. 

We require supervisors to clinically supervise students at all times on placement, and sign off on their clinical logbook at the end of each shift as a reflection of their support. Each logbook has skillsets from the HLTOUT004 and/or HLTOUT005 units of competency. 

For supervision requirements, please refer to “What do I need to provide a student on Clinical Placement?

APC is committed to supporting not only students but also our Industry Partners for Clinical Placement.

If there are issues on Clinical Placement, whether it is providing the required hours, and skillsets or the student isn’t working out, you can get in touch with APC to discuss the best plan of action to go forward.

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