CAA Accredited Courses

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Programs with Full Accreditation:

Auckland University of Technology NZ - Bachelor of Health Science (Paramedicine)
Charles Sturt University NSW - Bachelor of Clinical Practice (Paramedic)
Edith Cowan University WA - Bachelor of Science (Paramedical Science)
Federation University VIC – Graduate Diploma of Paramedicine
Flinders University SA - Bachelor of Science (Paramedic)
Monash University VIC - Bachelor of Emergency Health(Paramedic)

Australian Catholic University – Bachelor of Nursing/Bachelor of Paramedicine

Australian Catholic University  - Bachelor of Paramedicine
Queensland University of Technology - Bachelor of Paramedic Science
University of Sunshine Coast - Bachelor of Paramedic Science (BPSc)
Queensland University of Technology - Bachelor of Paramedic Science Graduate Entry
Queensland University of Technology – Bachelor of Nursing/Bachelor of Paramedic Science
Victoria University - Bachelor of Health Science (Paramedic)
Central Queensland University - Bachelor of Paramedic Science

 

Paramedic programs with Provisional Accreditation:

Western Sydney University – Bachelor of Health Sciences (Paramedicine)

Charles Sturt University NSW - Graduate Diploma Clinical Practice (Paramedic)
LaTrobe University VIC – Bachelor of Paramedic Practice/Bachelor of Public Health Promotion
University of Tasmania - Bachelor of Paramedic Practice
Curtin University WA – Bachelor of Science (Health Sciences)
Whitireia New Zealand - Bachelor of Health Science ( Paramedic)

 

Paramedic programs with Preliminary Accreditation Approval:

Griffith University - Bachelor of Paramedicine
University of Southern Queensland – Bachelor of Paramedicine

Evaluation for Provisional Accreditation:

Universities applying for Paramedic program Accreditation:

To Be Advised

 

Graduate Diploma Qualifications

Entry to these programs requires that students be already qualified in another health discipline, generally nursing, and have recent practical experience. These pre-requisites are specified by the Universities concerned and details are available on their websites. Students undertaking these qualifications should check with individual ambulance services regarding their recruitment policies.

The CAA acknowledges that a number of other Vocational Education and Training (VET) providers also offer Certificate and Diploma level courses in paramedic studies. While these courses may have been developed to meet select third party employer needs, they are not recognised by CAA member jurisdictions for the purposes of employment as an entry-level paramedic.

Prospective students seeking to undertake these programs for the purposes of employment as an ambulance paramedic with an Australian or New Zealand ambulance service are advised to seek specific advice on the extent to which, or if any, recognition may be applicable toward potential employment prior to commencing these programs.