Today’s paramedics are the highly-trained front line of our medical services system. This critical profession calls for candidates who possess equal measures of self-confidence, inner strength and unwavering commitment to helping those in distress. Our 52 week Paramedic training program, which includes a 450 hour placement, provides the skills and knowledge you will need to practice emergency pre-hospital medical care and to function as an integral member of the health care team, assisting victims of accidents and illness, safely transporting patients and, if needed, continuing emergency treatment after arrival at a health care centre. The Paramedic program includes clinical and field placements. Typical employers include non-institutional health services, provincial and municipal governments, hospitals, manufacturing, mining and other private sector organizations.


  Sudbury Barrie North Bay Sault Ste. Marie
Program Start Date: Jan 29, 2024
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ADMISSION SELECTION PROCESS: To ensure the finest candidates enter the Paramedic field we have instituted a unique admission selection process. Requesting program information will have you in touch with our Admissions team who will be able to provide you with information on the process and the timelines involved.


Paramedic Courses:

Anatomy and Physiology I, II Psychology For Emergency Services
Paramedic Fundamentals Patient Care Theory I, II, III
Patient Care Skills I, II Clinical Experience
Case Presentation Field Consolidation
Educational Success Job Search and Interviewing Techniques
Communications and Interpersonal Skills Fitness Management
Paramedic Fundamentals Physical Education

Excerpt from the National Occupational Competency Profiles for Paramedic Practitioners June 2001

1 Successful completion of an educational program that has provided instruction in the provision of controlled or delegated medical acts does not sanction a paramedic practitioner to implement these acts without formal, defined medical control.

National Occupational Competency Profiles for Paramedic Practitioners June 2001

Paramedic Program Coordinators

Sarah Forbes,
A-EMCA,PCP Program Coordinator/Instructor
Sudbury Campus
Paul Chambers, B.Sc., A-EMCA
Program Coordinator/Instructor
Barrie Campus
Kim Bolton
Program Coordinator/Instructor
Sault Ste. Marie Campus