Description

Working within the Emergency Health Care field requires professionals to hold a high degree of skill to communicate effectively, risk manage and respond appropriately to crisis events. Completing data entry and reports is also integral in the ongoing care of patients. 

Qualifications

HLT21015 Certificate II in Medical Service First Response
HLT31015  Certificate III in Ambulance Communications (Call-taking)
HLT31115 Certificate III in Non-Emergency Patient Transport
HLT41015 Certificate IV in Ambulance Communications (Dispatch)
HLT51015  Diploma of Paramedical Science

Career Pathways

Ambulance Communications

Ambulance Call Taker, (Cert IV) Ambulance dispatch officer, Emergency Medical Dispatch Support Officer (EMDSO)

Paramedical Science

Paramedic Assistant, Emergency Medical Technician (EMT)

Medical Service 1st Response

Emergency Firs Aid Responder

 

Skill Sets

COVID-19 Direct Care Skill Set
Entry into care roles skill set
Infection Control skill set
Provide Individual Support skill set
Work in Community Care Skill Set

 

VET in Secondary Schools

HLT21015

Certificate II in Emergency Medical Service First Response

HLT23215

Certificate II in Health Support Services

 

Industry Advisory Group

Ambulance Industry Advisory Group

 

Our Industry Partners

Boosting the Local Care Workforce
TAFE
State Training Board
Department of Workforce Training and Development
Jobs and Skills Network

Skills Service Organisation

Skills IQ, for more information click here.

 

CSWA Projects

Social Assistance and Allied Health Workforce Strategy

To view the report click here.

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