The Paramedicine Board of Australia (the Board) requires all applicants for initial registration to demonstrate English language skills to be suitable for registration.
This registration standard sets out how an applicant for registration can demonstrate to the Board that their competence in speaking and communicating in English is sufficient to practise the paramedicine profession.
The FAQ includes information about how to complete the English language skills section of the online application form. For specific information go to the transitional arrangements test pathway.
The English Language Standard has four pathways that you can use to demonstrate English language competence. The resources below are to help you determine which pathway is best for you.
Information about how to apply for registration through the Board’s transitional arrangements for the Registration standards: English language skills.
This form is to be used, upon request by The Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA), to demonstrate English language competence where the applicant has provided incomplete or inaccurate information in their online application.
If you are required to sit an English language test, please refer to the following approved provider's websites for more information: