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Why attend Clinical Placement?

Students completing HLT41120 Certificate IV in Health Care and HLT51020 Diploma of Emergency Health Care qualifications are required to attend Clinical Placement for hands-on supervised learning and practical experience in real-life emergency situations. This is a mandatory qualification package requirement set by the regulator. Through Clinical Placements, students gain a comprehensive understanding and experience related to the pre-hospital and out-of-hospital healthcare and patient transport services. This offers them an opportunity to apply their learned skills in real life situations and gain the required experience to be able to join the workforce.

Clinical Placements can begin as soon as the student has completed their first set of Clinical Intensive Workshops with Heed Health Education satisfactorily. Clinical Placements continue throughout the duration of the course.



Clinical Placement opportunities for Heed Health Education students


  Heed Health Education is continuously working with Industry Partners across Australia to bring Clinical Placement opportunities for our students. We currently have some Clinical Placement opportunities for our students in Queensland and will soon be announcing Clinical Placement opportunities in Victoria, New South Wales, ACT and Tasmania.    

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Certificate IV in Health Care students are required to

  • satisfactorily complete 11 units of competency
  • attend and satisfactorily complete 7-day Clinical Intensive Workshop with Heed Health Education
  • join 80 hours of Clinical Placement while completing the rest of the unit of competencies.

Diploma of Emergency Health Care students are required to

  • satisfactorily complete 11 units of competency
  • attend and satisfactorily complete first set of 7-day Clinical Intensive Workshop with Heed Health Education
  • join 60 hours of Clinical Placement while satisfactorily completing further 2 units of competency
  • attend and satisfactorily complete second set of 7-day Clinical Intensive Workshop with Heed Health Education
  • join 100 hours of Clinical Placements while completing the rest of the unit of competencies.
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Number of hours

A supervised Clinical Placement for each student must be logged for a minimum of:

  • 80 hours when completing HLT41120 Certificate IV in Health Care; and
  • 160 hours when completing HLT51020 Diploma of Emergency Health Care.

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Clinical Placement Settings

Heed Health Education students completing HLT41120 Certificate IV in Health Care and HLT51020 Diploma of Emergency Health Care qualifications can undertake Clinical Placements at, but not limited to, the following settings:
  • Aged Care Facility
  • Defence Force
  • Emergency Services Offices (e.g., medic in the mines)
  • Event Medical Services
  • General Practitioners
  • Medical Centres
  • Patient Transport Services
  • State Ambulance Services
  • Sporting Associations
  • Theme Parks (with a first aid services team)
  • Community nursing organisations

The idea is to offer students an opportunity to gain experience in a variety of pre-hospital and out-of-hospital settings as this helps expand the employment opportunities to work in the health care industry.

All students are to source and secure their own placements. Heed Health Education will inform students and companies of any available placement opportunities from time to time, but students are to locate, follow up and apply for placements.  

Clinical Placement Requirements

Before attending Clinical Placement, students will be required to provide evidence of:

  • Current Working with Children’s check
  • Current CPR (HLTAID011/HLTAID003) and First Aid (HLTAID009) certificates
  • National Police Clearance
  • Flu and any other vaccination as required by the employer organisation
  • Record of compliance with Immunisation requirements

The above-mentioned requirements may vary depending on the host organisation.

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