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Accreditation publications and resources

Below are some key accreditation resources and publications, including guides, forms, policies and standards related to the Committee’s accreditation activities. 

Current publications and resources

Document name Date of publication Format

Guidelines for risk-based accreditation decision-making

The Guidelines for risk-based accreditation decision making were developed and endorsed by the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Practice, Chinese Medicine, Medical Radiation Practice, Paramedicine and Podiatry Accreditation Committees - these guidelines took effect on 1 July 2022.

1 July 2022


2020 Accreditation standards for paramedicine

These are the current accreditation standards for use by education providers offering Paramedicine programs – effective from 1 June 2021
September 2020 PDF
Professional capabilities for Paramedicine Practitioners

The professional capabilities were approved by the Paramedicine Board of Australia, and identify the knowledge, skills and professional attributes needed to safely and competently practise as a Paramedic in Australia.

The approved accreditation standards 2020 require education providers to design and implement a program where learning outcomes and assessment tasks map to all the professional capabilities.
September 2020 PDF
Web page
Guidelines for accreditation of education and training program 1 July 2020 PDF
Guidance on teaching out accredited and approved programs of study  27 August 2021  PDF 
Guidance on accreditation site visits and tele/videoconference meetings  27 August 2021  PDF 
Guidance for accreditation assessors  27 August 2021  PDF 
Approach for establishment of accreditation assessment teams for Paramedicine 8 January 2021 PDF
Process for internal review of accreditation decisions February 2021 PDF
Page reviewed 30/06/2022