Current approved programs of study under section 310 of the National Law are monitored by the Paramedicine Accreditation Committee. Accreditation assessments of these programs of study will be undertaken once the 2020 Accreditation standards for paramedicine take effect from 1 June 2021.
If you are an education provider and wish to apply for an accreditation assessment of your program of study, please contact the Program Accreditation Team to receive an application form and to arrange a due date for submission of your application.
Education providers undergoing accreditation assessment of their paramedicine programs of study will be assessed against the Accreditation standards for paramedicine and the Professional capabilities for paramedicine practitioners.
The Accreditation standards provide guidance on the evidence to be presented by education providers seeking accreditation of a paramedicine program of study. This includes:
The Accreditation Committee’s process for accreditation assessments is outlined in the Guidelines for accreditation of education and training programs. When preparing an accreditation application, education providers should read the Guidelines alongside the Accreditation standards for paramedicine, and the professional capabilities for registered paramedics.
For information on the accreditation assessment fees, please visit the accreditation fee information page.
If the Accreditation Committee decides not to accredit a program of study, or decides to revoke accreditation of a program, the education provider may apply for an internal review of the Accreditation Committee’s decision. The internal review process provides more information.