Skip to content | Change text size

APS1030 - Clinical practice - 1

12 points, SCA Band 2, 0.250 EFTSL

Undergraduate Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences

Leader: Mr Mark Chilton


Peninsula Ambulance teaching period 1 2007 (Day)
Peninsula Ambulance teaching period 2 2007 (Day)
Peninsula Ambulance teaching period 3 2007 (Day)
Peninsula Ambulance teaching period 4 2007 (Day)
Peninsula Ambulance teaching period 5 2007 (Day)
Peninsula Ambulance teaching period 6 2007 (Day)
Peninsula Full year 2007 (Day)
Peninsula Second semester to First semester 2007 (Day)


This industry based learning unit will involve a significant body of work at an appropriate professional and intellectual level. The student will be provided with the opportunity to practice and refine the skills gained to date, in the setting of "on-road" ambulance paramedic work under the supervision of a clinical teacher. The focus of this first on-road component includes placing into context and consolidating the knowledge and skills relating to occupational health and safety, technical and interpersonal communication, teamwork, safe driving, and the fundamentals of on scene patient care and transport in both emergency and non-emergency situations.


Structured learning activities: 20%
Formative assessments: 30%
Case studies: 30%
Communication process worksheet: 10%
Clinical occupational health and safety worksheet: 10%
Clinical skills assessment: Pass/Fail

Contact hours

20 weeks supervised industry experience including 312 hours structured learning experiences


employment by an Ambulance Service