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Paramedicine

Critical thinking and clinical decision-making in a life-and-death situation is not for everyone. Thankfully, we can rely on highly-trained emergency professionals to not only respond to, but also manage emergencies or disasters. Will you answer the call?

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Why ECU?

Courses

Study world ready

Our undergraduate Paramedical Science degree is the only fully-accredited course of its kind in Western Australia and the Northern Territory. For career advancement, our postgraduate courses include specialist Paramedicine and Disaster and Emergency Response qualifications.

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Lecturers with practical experience

Bachelor of Science (Paramedical Science) student Meghann Laverty talks about her ECU experience.

Student
stories

  • "I chose ECU because the course came highly recommended, and was recognised across Australia"
    Gemma Wright
    Gemma WrightECU Paramedical Science student

    The Paramedical Science course at ECU has fantastic lecturers who are very active in the Paramedicine community. They're approachable, knowledgeable and passionate.Within the course we are exposed to really diverse learning environments, including an ambulance, a simulation centre which mimics hospitals, as well as a number of practical-learning scenarios across the campus, and at the Police Academy next door.The course isn't all theory-based, which is fantastic. I've found that the course structure consolidates theory with practical units and work experience.

    I've had the opportunity to work at events giving first aid to the community, as well as complete placements with GPs and in aged care. I was also attracted to the prospects of travelling with my degree and knew ECU has affiliations with the UK and Northern Territory.

  • "Simulating every kind of emergency"
    Wayne van BiljonParamedical Science postgraduate

    Master of Paramedical Science student Wayne van Biljon discusses why he chose postgraduate study at ECU.

  • "The knowledge I have learned has really improved my capabilities and I have noticed a confidence in my practice"
    Amy Dixon
    Amy DixonECU postgraduate Neurological Rehabilitation student

    I am currently working in physiotherapy and wanted to specialise in neurological rehabilitation. I chose ECU as it was the only university in WA offering postgrad studies designed for increasing knowledge in neurological rehabilitation.

    I am enjoying studying online and the weekly modules are motivating. The content is relevant and thought provoking, and there are are plenty of opportunities to collaborate with peers using the discussion board.

    The knowledge I have learned has really improved my capabilities and I have noticed a confidence in my practice.

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