In 2016, there will be more and more students who desperately want to go to University. Applications for admission into undergraduate degree programs in Queensland for instance are made through the Queensland Tertiary Admissions Centre (QTAC).
University can offer the opportunity to shape your future once and for all, although for many thousands of people, it can be soul-destroying to learn their OP or ATAR score won’t get them into uni.
If you did not hear back from a University you applied to or didn’t get a place on your preferred course, it may be because your OP or ATAR score did not meet the criteria.
Read on… we’re going to reveal a secret that could change everything for you.
Completing the HLT401012 – Certificate IV in Health Care (Ambulance) qualification offers a pathway into university.
Completing the Certificate IV in Health Care (Ambulance) with the Australian Paramedical College gives you AN EQUIVALENT OP SCORE OF 12, which is enough to get you entry into an undergraduate program in most Universities around Australia.
The HLT41012 – Certificate IV in Health Care (Ambulance) can be 90% completed online. The only face-to-face part of the course is where you complete the practical assessments over two consecutive weeks. The practical part of the course is where you get to put everything you have learned into practice and is available on the Gold Coast, Sydney and Melbourne.
The online learning is well-structured, easy to follow and studying on-the-go is easy with access to the course material and assessments online.
This is a super-quick way of studying paramedical science and gaining an equivalent OP or ATAR score that will increase your university opportunities.
It’s not the preferred option for a lot of people – however, it is something to consider isn’t it?
Don’t let a failed QTAC submission block your dreams of going to University.
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