In this video, we meet Australian Paramedical College students who share their positive experiences during Clinical Workshop 1. The week-long sessions are hands-on, bringing online theoretical learning and face-to-face assessment to life.
The video was filmed before the Coronavirus pandemic took effect. Australian Paramedical College posted all workshops once the Australian Government suggested schools and universities were to move to online learning with no face-to-face classroom activities.
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Collaborating with other workers in a team is an essential skill that is learned throughout these fast-paced workshops. Students learn to work with one another, solve complex and often unpredictable problems and follow procedures to ensure a successful outcome.
Working safely when transferring patients into an ambulance and a fast transition to hospital are the key factors when faced when delivering life-saving care.
These simulated exercises are part of the clinical workshops. View the pre-hospital emergency health care training qualifications we deliver. HLT31115 – Certificate III in Non-emergency Patient Transport | HLT41115 – Certificate IV in Health Care and HLT51015 – Diploma of Paramedical Science qualification.