Anglia Ruskin University Paramedic
Every minute counts in emergency healthcare. You need a cool head and the ability to work under pressure; it’s challenging, rewarding and fast-paced. This degree course provides the training you need to be eligible to register as a Paramedic when you graduate.
Our exciting paramedic science degree course will teach you the skills you need to work as a paramedic. You’ll get practical experience by using our modern skills laboratories, mannequins and specialist equipment, and back it up with the theory you learn in the lecture theatre. Then you’ll apply both theory and practice on your clinical placements with local ambulance trusts. You’ll be placed with either East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust or London Ambulance Service NHS Trust. As well as your ambulance placement you’ll also experience other types of placement including primary care and acute care.
You’ll get expert guidance from supportive tutors, including practising professionals. By studying and working alongside nursing and operating department practice students, you’ll learn to work as a multidisciplinary team, reflecting the real-life working environment.
After graduation and registration, you could work in a wide range of out-of-hospital care settings, including an ambulance or response car, the control room, an air ambulance (HEMS) team, or a hazardous area response team. Increasingly, paramedics are also helping to deliver acute care in hospitals and private healthcare, such as at concerts or motor-racing events.
Our paramedic science course was designed with the East of England Ambulance Trust in partnership with Health Education East of England. It’s approved by the Health & Care Professions Council, so you’ll be able to register and work as a paramedic as soon as you graduate.
We’re dedicated to the continual improvement of every aspect of healthcare and delivering the values set out in the NHS Constitution.
Course Leader: Simon Dady
Senior Lecturer: Simon Butler
Senior Lecturer: John Donaghy
Senior Lecturer: Paul Fayers
Senior Lecturer: Tim Hayes
Senior Lecturer: John Horton
Senior Lecturer: Chris McGregor
Lecturer: Joe Bordoni
Lecturer: James Fenwick
Lecturer: Joe Francis
Clinical Skills Tutor: Blazej Blas
Clinical Skills Tutor: David Brown
Clinical Skills Tutor: Maggie Crisp
Clinical Skills Tutor: Natalie Hartley
Clinical Skills Tutor: Chris Keeliher
Clinical Skills Tutor: Adam Kenningham-Brown
Clinical Skills Tutor: Richard Nicholson
Clinical Skills Tutor: Karina Orton
Clinical Skills Tutor: Oliver Smith
Clinical Skills Tutor: James Speak
Taster days in Cambridge and Chelmsford
Our taster days for the September 2017 intake has now closed. We run our taster days on both campuses between October and December. We will be publishing the dates for our 2018 taster days shortly. If you would like the dates sent to you by email please drop us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to register your interest.