Paramedic Diploma Program
This program will appeal to students who are able to work under extremely stressful situations. They must be fast thinkers, able to problem solve and multi-task. They should be strong and in good physical condition. They also need to be compassionate. It`s also important to be able to work well with others and be part of a team.
OSSD with the majority of the courses at college level with:
All applicants must arrange with the Anishinabek Educational Institute to complete the Canadian Adult Achievement Test (CAAT) before determining eligibility regardless of academic standing.
Employers who provide our field placement settings require a police record check for criminal offenses before accepting a student into a field placement. The record check shall be obtained at the student’s expense. The College assumes no obligation for ensuring field placement or program completion for students who are unable to provide a clear police record check.
Accepted applicants must submit proof of a satisfactory medical examination and immunization prior to hospital clinical and ambulance field experience. These medical immunizations and communicable disease forms will be completed at the students own expense and may total several hundred dollars.
Requirements under the Ontario Ambulance Act and Criminal Code of Canada must be met to be employed as a Paramedic in Ontario. If you have concerns regarding possible traffic violations, criminal records, or medical conditions that may affect your potential employment, contact the Anishinabek Educational Institute. Applicants MUST possess a VALID Ontario Driver’s license.
Paramedics are in demand by both public and private ambulance services. Graduates may also progress to the level of Advanced Care Paramedic and/ or Flight Paramedic requiring additional years of education at various institutions throughout Ontario. St. Clair College now offers Advanced Care Paramedic.
Program of Study:
Introduction to Native StudiesPatient Care Theory I
Patient Care Procedures I
Medical Legal Aspects
Anatomy & Physiology I
Communication Emergency Health Worker I
Human Behaviour & Crisis Intervention
Native Studies II
Patient Care Theory II
Patient Care Procedures II
Anatomy & Physiology II
Ambulance Field Experience I
Physical Education II
Patient Care Theory III
Patient Care Procedures III
Professional Issues, Resolution & Leadership
Advanced Skills Theory
Advanced Skills Procedures
Ambulance Field Experience II
Communication Emergency Health Worker II
Paramedic Comprehensive Review
Ambulance Field Consolidation
Program Rack Card
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