Diploma of Emergency Health Care 2
Diploma of Emergency Health Care 2

Diploma of Emergency Health Care 2

$10500
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Rating

Course code

HLT51020

Recognition

Nationally Recognised

Formerly known as

Diploma of Paramedical Science

Employment Pathways

Ambulance Officer, Ambulance Transport Attendant, Emergency Patient Transport Officer, Emergency Services Officer, Emergency Medical Technician, Paramedic Assistant, Oil and Gas Medic On / Offshore, Defence Force / Private / Industrial / Remote / Event Medic

Duration

18 months

Total Units

17

Core Units

9

Elective Units

8

Duration

18 months

Total Units

17

Core Units

9

Elective Units

8

Clinical Workshop

Attend 2 x 7-day Clinical Intensive Workshops in either QLD, NSW, VIC, WA or SA. Read further information under Delivery Structure tab (below) on when to attend Clinical Intensive Workshops during the course of study. 

About this course

Heed Health Education – A Paramedical College in Australia offers Nationally Recognised HLT51020 Diploma of Emergency Health Care qualification (formerly known as HLT51015 Diploma of Paramedical Science) that is suitable for the role of pre-hospital and out-of-hospital workers employed to provide patient assessment, healthcare and transport services. These workers possess clinical skills and theoretical knowledge and provide clinical assessment and pre-hospital and out-of-hospital interventions to patients in an emergency, including providing advanced skills in life support. This qualification applies to a variety of roles within the health care and patient transport system including Ambulance Officer, Ambulance Transport Attendant, Emergency Patient Transport Officer, Emergency Services Officer, Emergency Medical Technician, Paramedic Assistant, Oil and Gas Medic On / Offshore, Defence Force / Private / Industrial / Remote / Event Medic. 

To achieve this qualification, the candidate is required to complete at least 160 hours of Clinical Placement (Workplace Learning) as detailed in the Assessment Requirements of the Units of Competency.

Heed Health Education’s Diploma of Emergency Health Care is a popular educational pathway to paramedical science and health science degrees e.g., Bachelor of Paramedical Science, Bachelor in Nursing, Bachelor of Health Science, Bachelor of Midwifery.

Delivery Method

Diploma of Emergency Health Care qualification comprises of three phases as follows:

Phase 1: Self-paced Online Learning whereupon enrolment each student is provided electronic access to the Learning Management System (LMS) with a username and password to access learning resources including learner guide(s) and/or workbook(s) (where available), recorded lectures, link to live lectures/workshops and weekly support sessions, assessment information with submission links, supplementary information and readings, information on textbooks (where required) and any other relevant information required to complete the course. Through the LMS, the student accesses information for all the units of competency, submits the assessments tasks (except where a practical component is required to be completed in a Clinical Intensive Workshop and/or Clinical Placement as per the unit of competency), including evidence of Clinical Placements (e.g., completed logbooks), trainer and assessor feedback on the assessment submission and completion.

Phase 2: Face to Face Clinical Intensive Workshops incorporate live lectures, practical hands-on training, simulated emergency training scenarios, patient transportation, written and practical assessments as per the requirements of the units of competency. Clinical Intensive Workshops are structured in a manner that allows students an opportunity to apply the knowledge and theory gained into practice. Before attending the Clinical Workshops, students will be required to complete, submit and achieve a satisfactory result in some of the units of competency. This is to ensure students have a sound knowledge of the fundamental concepts when attending the Clinical Intensive Workshops.

Detailed information is provided to students upon enrolment through Heed Health Education’s LMS.

Phase 3: Clinical Placements will be required for hands-on supervised learning and practical experience in real-life emergency situations. 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. A supervised Clinical Placement must be logged for each student for a minimum of 160 hours when completing HLT51020 Diploma of Emergency Health Care qualification.

Learn more about Clinical Placement by clicking here.

Clinical Intensive Workshop

With Diploma of Emergency Health Care attend 2 x 7-day Clinical Intensive Workshops in either QLD, NSW, VIC, WA or SA. 

Read further information under Delivery Structure tab on when to attend Clinical Intensive Workshops during the course of study.

Entry Requirements:

Entry Requirements:

Minimum Age

Minimum age entry requirement is 17 years.

Residency Requirements

Student holds one of the following:

  • Australian Citizenship/Permanent Residency
  • A valid visa for domestic study without study restrictions.

Driver’s License

Current and valid Driver’s Licence (an OPEN licence is preferable, however a reasonable adjustment throughout the assessment process is able to be undertaken for students with their “P” plates)

Physical Fitness

Reasonable level of physical fitness in order to participate in the practical training and assessment activities and clinical placements. In particular students will be required to do the following:

  • Conducting patient assessment while kneeling on the floor and performing CPR.
  • Lifting and transporting of equipment.
  • Lifting of patients on spinal boards and stretchers.
  • Transporting patients in and out of emergency vehicles and treating patients in the emergency vehicle that will require bending and stretching in limited spaces.

Certificate

Current First Aid Certificate

Before Clinical Placements

Before Clinical Placements evidence of:

  • Current Working with Children’s check
  • National Police Clearance
  • Flu vaccination
  • COVID vaccination
  • Record of compliance with Immunisation requirements

Language Literacy and Numeracy Skills

Proficiency in English and possess a sound level of literacy and numeracy

Computer specification and requirement

To complete the course in a blended delivery format (online learning and classroom environment), student is required to have access to the following resources:

  • A functional laptop/computer (Windows or Mac) with currently supported version of Windows or Mac Operating System
  • Computer/laptop installed Microsoft office 2010 or above
  • In-built speaker & microphone or external headsets
  • Internet
  • Smart phone
  • Email address
  • Backup device (USB/External hard drive) and/or cloud storage
  • Any cables or chargers (when attending the sessions in a classroom environment)

Important Note for Clinical Workshop attendance: student is required to bring their own electronic device to the classroom as Heed Health Education does not provide electronic device.

Computer/Digital skills

A significant portion of the course is completed through online learning hence students are expected to have the following computer/digital skills:

  • File Management: create and manage computer files (Microsoft Office, PDF documents, audio, video files etc.) including how to find, download, copy, rename, recover, print, scan and organize your files.
  • Use of internet and email (including selecting and using web browsers, and using email).
  • Use of cloud storage solutions (For e.g. Dropbox, OneDrive, Google Drive).

Please note Heed Health Education staff are not able to provide technical support regarding system setting and essential computer management and maintenance tasks.

Textbook requirements

 Textbook purchase is required for some units from the nominated suppliers to complete a course with Heed Health Education. The total cost will vary depending on following factors: Average cost per textbook is $___. Textbook purchase information (discount codes if applicable, supplier detail etc.) is provided at the time of enrolment.

Qualification code and name
With the completion of Diploma of Emergency Health Care, Heed Health Education graduates receive the following two nationally recognised qualifications:
      • HLT51020 Diploma of Emergency Health Care
      • HLT41120 Certificate IV in Health Care
Course duration
18 months (can be fast-tracked)
Delivery method
Blended delivery where students complete theory in a flexible online learning environment with:
    • 1 x 2 day Foundation Skills Workshop
    • 2 x 7 day Clinical Intensive Workshops, and
    • 160 hours of Clinical Placement
Refer to Delivery Structure tab for further information.
Employment pathway
Ambulance Officer, Ambulance Transport Attendant, Emergency Patient Transport Officer, Emergency Services Officer, Emergency Medical Technician, Paramedic Assistant, Oil and Gas Medic On / Offshore, Defense Force / Private / Industrial / Remote / Event Medic
Academic pathway
Undergrad / Postgrad degree in Paramedicine / Paramedical Science / Nursing / Health Science / Midwifery
Recognition
Nationally Recognised
Assessments
Assessment tasks include and are often a combination but are not limited to the following – written question and answers, case studies/role play, project completion, practical exercises/performance tasks, report writing, online tests/quiz, face-to-face foundation and clinical intensive workshops, on the job training (clinical placements).
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
If you have acquired the relevant skills and knowledge through work experience, employment and other life experience, then you may be eligible for RPL. All students where permissible have the opportunity to apply for RPL with Heed Health Education. Kindly get in touch with Heed Education Prior to enrolment to discuss your options.
Credit Transfer (CT)
Heed Health Education recognises Statement(s) of Attainment and qualifications issued by other Registered Training Organisations and offers Credit Transfers for the units completed. Kindly get in touch with Heed Education Prior to enrolment to discuss your options.
Certification
Following the successful completion of the program, Qualification Testamur and Record of Results will be issued in accordance with the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) by Heed Education with provider number 45064
Centrelink Assistance

Students enrolling in the combined course – HLT51020 Diploma of Emergency Health Care and HLT41120 Certificate IV in Health Care offered by Heed Education – may be eligible to receive payments from Services Australia (Centrelink). Please check your eligibility with Services Australia.

Packaging Rule

HLT51020 Diploma of Emergency Health Care qualification consists of 17 units with 9 core and 8 elective units noted as follows:

Core Units

Elective units

Course Delivery Structure

The course is delivered under a Blended Delivery model that entails Online learning, attending face-to-face Workshops and completing Clinical Placement. 

The Diploma of Emergency Health Care course is delivered over three (3) terms. Each term is for the duration of six (6) months.

Term 1: Duration six (6) months

Student completes the following units in an online learning environment:

  • BSBMED301 Interpret and apply medical terminology appropriately
  • HLTAAP002 Confirm physical health status
  • HLTINF006 Apply basic principles and practices of  infection prevention and control
  • HLTOUT010 Communicate in complex situations to support health
  • HLTWHS002 Follow safe work practices for direct client care*
  • CHCLEG001 Work legally and ethically
  • HLTWHS006 Manage personal stressors in a work environment

*After the completion of HLTWHS002 unit of competency, student is ready to attend a two (2) day face-to-face Foundation Skills Workshop in either QLD, NSW, VIC, WA or SA.

Term 2: Duration six (6) months

Student completes the following units in an online learning environment: 

  • HLTOUT001 Implement safe access and egress
  • HLTOUT004 Assess and deliver basic clinical care
  • HLTOUT007 Transport non-emergency patients under operational conditions
  • HLTOUT006 Transport emergency patients
  • HLTOUT008 Manage a scene
  • CHCCCS020 Respond effectively to behaviours of concern

After the satisfactory completion of online tasks for the above mentioned units of competency, the student is ready to attend a seven (7) day face-to-face Clinical Intensive Workshop 1 in either QLD, NSW, VIC, WA or SA.

Upon satisfactory completion of Clinical Intensive Workshop 1, student is ready to attend Clinical Placement.

  • Duration: 60hrs Clinical Placement

Term 3: Duration six (6) months

Student completes the following units in an online learning environment: 

  • HLTOUT005 Assess and deliver standard clinical care 
  • HLTOUT009 Manage the scene of a major incident 
  • CHCDIV001 Work with diverse people
  • CHCPRP003 Reflect and improve professional practice

After the satisfactory completion of online tasks for the above mentioned units of competency, the student is ready to attend a seven (7) day face-to-face Clinical Intensive Workshop 2 in either QLD, NSW, VIC, WA or SA.

Upon satisfactory completion of Clinical Intensive Workshop 2, student is ready to attend Clinical Placement.

  • Duration: 100hrs Clinical Placement  

Entry Requirements:

Minimum Age

Minimum age entry requirement is 17 years.

Residency Requirements

Student holds one of the following:
  • Australian Citizenship/Permanent Residency
  • A valid visa for domestic study without study restrictions.

Driver’s License

Current and valid Driver’s License (an OPEN license is preferable, however a reasonable adjustment throughout the assessment process is able to be undertaken for students with their “P” plates)

Physical Fitness

Reasonable level of physical fitness in order to participate in the practical training and assessment activities and clinical placements. In particular students will be required to do the following:
  • Conducting patient assessment while kneeling on the floor and performing CPR.
  • Lifting and transporting of equipment.
  • Lifting of patients on spinal boards and stretchers.
  • Transporting patients in and out of emergency vehicles and treating patients in the emergency vehicle that will require bending and stretching in limited spaces.

Certificate

Current CPR and First Aid Certificate

Before Clinical Placements

Before Clinical Placements evidence of:

  • Current Working with Children’s check
  • National Police Clearance
  • Flu plus any other vaccination as required by the employer organisation
  • Record of compliance with Immunisation requirements

Language Literacy and Numeracy Skills

Proficiency in English and possess a sound level of literacy and numeracy

Computer specification and requirement

To complete the course in a blended delivery format (online learning and classroom environment), student is required to have access to the following resources:

  • A functional laptop/computer (Windows or Mac) with currently supported version of Windows or Mac Operating System
  • Computer/laptop installed Microsoft office 2010 or above
  • In-built speaker & microphone or external headsets
  • Internet
  • Smart phone
  • Email address
  • Backup device (USB/External hard drive) and/or cloud storage
  • Any cables or chargers (when attending the sessions in a classroom environment)

Important Note for Workshop attendance: student is required to bring their own electronic device to the classroom as Heed Health Education does not provide electronic device.

Computer/Digital skills

A significant portion of the course is completed through online learning hence students are expected to have the following computer/digital skills:
  • File Management: create and manage computer files (Microsoft Office, PDF documents, audio, video files etc.) including how to find, download, copy, rename, recover, print, scan and organize your files.
  • Use of internet and email (including selecting and using web browsers, and using email).
  • Use of cloud storage solutions (For e.g. Dropbox, OneDrive, Google Drive).
Please note Heed Health Education staff are not able to provide technical support regarding system setting and essential computer management and maintenance tasks.

Textbook requirements

Textbook purchase is required for some units from the nominated suppliers to complete a course with Heed Health Education. The total cost will vary depending the choice of e-text or textbook (hard copy).

Approximate textbook cost* is $500. Textbook purchase information (discount codes if applicable, supplier detail etc.) is provided at the time of enrolment.

*Textbook cost may vary at the discretion of the publisher.

Minimum Age

Minimum age entry requirement is 17 years.

Residency Requirements

Student holds one of the following:

  • Australian Citizenship/Permanent Residency
  • A valid visa for domestic study without study restrictions.

Driver’s License

Current and valid Driver’s Licence (an OPEN licence is preferable, however a reasonable adjustment throughout the assessment process is able to be undertaken for students with their “P” plates)

Physical Fitness

Reasonable level of physical fitness in order to participate in the practical training and assessment activities and clinical placements. In particular students will be required to do the following:

  • Conducting patient assessment while kneeling on the floor and performing CPR.
  • Lifting and transporting of equipment.
  • Lifting of patients on spinal boards and stretchers.
  • Transporting patients in and out of emergency vehicles and treating patients in the emergency vehicle that will require bending and stretching in limited spaces.

Certificate

Current First Aid Certificate

Before Clinical Placements

Before Clinical Placements evidence of:

  • Current Working with Children’s check
  • National Police Clearance
  • Flu vaccination
  • COVID vaccination
  • Record of compliance with Immunisation requirements

Language Literacy and Numeracy Skills

Proficiency in English and possess a sound level of literacy and numeracy

Computer specification and requirement

To complete the course in a blended delivery format (online learning and classroom environment), student is required to have access to the following resources:

  • A functional laptop / computer (Windows or Mac) with currently supported version of Windows or Mac Operating System
  • Computer / laptop installed Microsoft office 2010 or above
  • In-built speaker & microphone or external headsets
  • Internet
  • Smart phone
  • Email address
  • Backup device (USB / External hard drive) and/or cloud storage
  • Any cables or chargers (when attending the sessions in a classroom environment)

Important Note for Clinical Workshop attendance: student is required to bring their own electronic device to the classroom as Heed Health Education does not provide electronic device.

Computer/Digital skills

A significant portion of the course is completed through online learning hence students are expected to have the following computer / digital skills:

  • File Management: create and manage computer files (Microsoft Office, PDF documents, audio, video files etc.) including how to find, download, copy, rename, recover, print, scan and organize your files.
  • Use of internet and email (including selecting and using web browsers, and using email).
  • Use of cloud storage solutions (For e.g. Dropbox, OneDrive, Google Drive).

Please note Heed Health Education staff are not able to provide technical support regarding system setting and essential computer management and maintenance tasks.

Textbook requirements

Textbook purchase is required for some units from the nominated suppliers to complete a course with Heed Health Education. The total cost will vary depending on following factors: Average cost per textbook is $___. Textbook purchase information (discount codes if applicable, supplier detail etc.) is provided at the time of enrolment.

 

Full course fee: $12,900

Payment methods:

1. VET Student Loan (VSL)

Heed Health Education is approved for VET Student Loans Program for HLT51020 Diploma of Emergency Health Care.  Where a student is eligible to pay part of their tuition fee via VET Student Loan, the loan amount is paid directly to Heed Health Education by the government. The gap fee will be paid directly to Heed Health Education by the student. 

Below is the schedule of the total course fees for each term and how this will be paid over the duration of your course: 

All student loans and the loan fee are expected to be repaid back to the government via the income tax system when the student’s annual income exceeds the pre-determined repayment threshold.

If you do not qualify for a VET Student Loan, you are welcome to take up Heed Health Education’s flexible and convenient payment plan option explained below.

2. Full Fee-paying student

Where a student opts to pay course fee out of their pocket, Heed Health Education offers flexible and convenient (weekly/fortnightly/monthly) interest-free payment plans. 

If you opt for the full fee-paying payment plan option, you will be required to pay an  initial deposit of $1,000 and the balance in any of the following options:

          • Option 1- $152.56/week x 78
          • Option 2 – 305.15/fortnight x 39
          • Option 3 – $661.11/month x 18

To discuss the most suitable payment method/option call us on 0422 964 333 or email: study@heededucation.com.au

Initial deposit paid via Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) or Credit/Debit card* (Visa/Master).

Balance paid via Direct Deposit.

*An additional 3% surcharge on Credit/Debit card payments is applicable.

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About this course

Heed Health Education – A Paramedical College in Australia offers Nationally Recognised HLT51020 Diploma of Emergency Health Care qualification (formerly known as HLT51015 Diploma of Paramedical Science) that is suitable for the role of pre-hospital and out-of-hospital workers employed to provide patient assessment, healthcare and transport services. These workers possess clinical skills and theoretical knowledge and provide clinical assessment and pre-hospital and out-of-hospital interventions to patients in an emergency, including providing advanced skills in life support. This qualification applies to a variety of roles within the health care and patient transport system including Ambulance Officer, Ambulance Transport Attendant, Emergency Patient Transport Officer, Emergency Services Officer, Emergency Medical Technician, Paramedic Assistant, Oil and Gas Medic On / Offshore, Defence Force / Private / Industrial / Remote / Event Medic. 

To achieve this qualification, the candidate is required to complete at least 160 hours of Clinical Placement (Workplace Learning) as detailed in the Assessment Requirements of the Units of Competency.

Heed Health Education’s Diploma of Emergency Health Care is a popular educational pathway to paramedical science and health science degrees e.g., Bachelor of Paramedical Science, Bachelor in Nursing, Bachelor of Health Science, Bachelor of Midwifery.

Delivery Method

Diploma of Emergency Health Care qualification comprises of three phases as follows:

Phase 1: Self-paced Online Learning whereupon enrolment each student is provided electronic access to the Learning Management System (LMS) with a username and password to access learning resources including learner guide(s) and/or workbook(s) (where available), recorded lectures, link to live lectures/workshops and weekly support sessions, assessment information with submission links, supplementary information and readings, information on textbooks (where required) and any other relevant information required to complete the course. Through the LMS, the student accesses information for all the units of competency, submits the assessments tasks (except where a practical component is required to be completed in a Clinical Intensive Workshop and/or Clinical Placement as per the unit of competency), including evidence of Clinical Placements (e.g., completed logbooks), trainer and assessor feedback on the assessment submission and completion.

Phase 2: Face to Face Clinical Intensive Workshops incorporate live lectures, practical hands-on training, simulated emergency training scenarios, patient transportation, written and practical assessments as per the requirements of the units of competency. Clinical Intensive Workshops are structured in a manner that allows students an opportunity to apply the knowledge and theory gained into practice. Before attending the Clinical Workshops, students will be required to complete, submit and achieve a satisfactory result in some of the units of competency. This is to ensure students have a sound knowledge of the fundamental concepts when attending the Clinical Intensive Workshops.

Detailed information is provided to students upon enrolment through Heed Health Education’s LMS.

Phase 3: Clinical Placements will be required for hands-on supervised learning and practical experience in real-life emergency situations. 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. A supervised Clinical Placement must be logged for each student for a minimum of 160 hours when completing HLT51020 Diploma of Emergency Health Care qualification.

Learn more about Clinical Placement by clicking here.

Clinical Intensive Workshop

With Diploma of Emergency Health Care attend 2 x 7-day Clinical Intensive Workshops in either QLD, NSW, VIC, WA or SA. 

Read further information under Delivery Structure tab on when to attend Clinical Intensive Workshops during the course of study.

Entry Requirements:

Entry Requirements:

Minimum Age

Minimum age entry requirement is 17 years.

Residency Requirements

Student holds one of the following:

  • Australian Citizenship/Permanent Residency
  • A valid visa for domestic study without study restrictions.

Driver’s License

Current and valid Driver’s Licence (an OPEN licence is preferable, however a reasonable adjustment throughout the assessment process is able to be undertaken for students with their “P” plates)

Physical Fitness

Reasonable level of physical fitness in order to participate in the practical training and assessment activities and clinical placements. In particular students will be required to do the following:

  • Conducting patient assessment while kneeling on the floor and performing CPR.
  • Lifting and transporting of equipment.
  • Lifting of patients on spinal boards and stretchers.
  • Transporting patients in and out of emergency vehicles and treating patients in the emergency vehicle that will require bending and stretching in limited spaces.

Certificate

Current First Aid Certificate

Before Clinical Placements

Before Clinical Placements evidence of:

  • Current Working with Children’s check
  • National Police Clearance
  • Flu vaccination
  • COVID vaccination
  • Record of compliance with Immunisation requirements

Language Literacy and Numeracy Skills

Proficiency in English and possess a sound level of literacy and numeracy

Computer specification and requirement

To complete the course in a blended delivery format (online learning and classroom environment), student is required to have access to the following resources:

  • A functional laptop/computer (Windows or Mac) with currently supported version of Windows or Mac Operating System
  • Computer/laptop installed Microsoft office 2010 or above
  • In-built speaker & microphone or external headsets
  • Internet
  • Smart phone
  • Email address
  • Backup device (USB/External hard drive) and/or cloud storage
  • Any cables or chargers (when attending the sessions in a classroom environment)

Important Note for Clinical Workshop attendance: student is required to bring their own electronic device to the classroom as Heed Health Education does not provide electronic device.

Computer/Digital skills

A significant portion of the course is completed through online learning hence students are expected to have the following computer/digital skills:

  • File Management: create and manage computer files (Microsoft Office, PDF documents, audio, video files etc.) including how to find, download, copy, rename, recover, print, scan and organize your files.
  • Use of internet and email (including selecting and using web browsers, and using email).
  • Use of cloud storage solutions (For e.g. Dropbox, OneDrive, Google Drive).

Please note Heed Health Education staff are not able to provide technical support regarding system setting and essential computer management and maintenance tasks.

Textbook requirements

 Textbook purchase is required for some units from the nominated suppliers to complete a course with Heed Health Education. The total cost will vary depending on following factors: Average cost per textbook is $___. Textbook purchase information (discount codes if applicable, supplier detail etc.) is provided at the time of enrolment.

Qualification code and name
With the completion of Diploma of Emergency Health Care, Heed Health Education graduates receive the following two nationally recognised qualifications:
      • HLT51020 Diploma of Emergency Health Care
      • HLT41120 Certificate IV in Health Care
Course duration
18 months (can be fast-tracked)
Delivery method
Blended delivery where students complete theory in a flexible online learning environment with:
    • 1 x 2 day Foundation Skills Workshop
    • 2 x 7 day Clinical Intensive Workshops, and
    • 160 hours of Clinical Placement
Refer to Delivery Structure tab for further information.
Employment pathway
Ambulance Officer, Ambulance Transport Attendant, Emergency Patient Transport Officer, Emergency Services Officer, Emergency Medical Technician, Paramedic Assistant, Oil and Gas Medic On / Offshore, Defense Force / Private / Industrial / Remote / Event Medic
Academic pathway
Undergrad / Postgrad degree in Paramedicine / Paramedical Science / Nursing / Health Science / Midwifery
Recognition
Nationally Recognised
Assessments
Assessment tasks include and are often a combination but are not limited to the following – written question and answers, case studies/role play, project completion, practical exercises/performance tasks, report writing, online tests/quiz, face-to-face foundation and clinical intensive workshops, on the job training (clinical placements).
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
If you have acquired the relevant skills and knowledge through work experience, employment and other life experience, then you may be eligible for RPL. All students where permissible have the opportunity to apply for RPL with Heed Health Education. Kindly get in touch with Heed Education Prior to enrolment to discuss your options.
Credit Transfer (CT)
Heed Health Education recognises Statement(s) of Attainment and qualifications issued by other Registered Training Organisations and offers Credit Transfers for the units completed. Kindly get in touch with Heed Education Prior to enrolment to discuss your options.
Certification
Following the successful completion of the program, Qualification Testamur and Record of Results will be issued in accordance with the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) by Heed Education with provider number 45064
Centrelink Assistance

Students enrolling in the combined course – HLT51020 Diploma of Emergency Health Care and HLT41120 Certificate IV in Health Care offered by Heed Education – may be eligible to receive payments from Services Australia (Centrelink). Please check your eligibility with Services Australia.

Packaging Rule

HLT51020 Diploma of Emergency Health Care qualification consists of 17 units with 9 core and 8 elective units noted as follows:

Core Units

Elective units

Course Delivery Structure

The course is delivered under a Blended Delivery model that entails Online learning, attending face-to-face Workshops and completing Clinical Placement. 

The Diploma of Emergency Health Care course is delivered over three (3) terms. Each term is for the duration of six (6) months.

Term 1: Duration six (6) months

Student completes the following units in an online learning environment:

  • BSBMED301 Interpret and apply medical terminology appropriately
  • HLTAAP002 Confirm physical health status
  • HLTINF006 Apply basic principles and practices of  infection prevention and control
  • HLTOUT010 Communicate in complex situations to support health
  • HLTWHS002 Follow safe work practices for direct client care*
  • CHCLEG001 Work legally and ethically
  • HLTWHS006 Manage personal stressors in a work environment

*After the completion of HLTWHS002 unit of competency, student is ready to attend a two (2) day face-to-face Foundation Skills Workshop in either QLD, NSW, VIC, WA or SA.

Term 2: Duration six (6) months

Student completes the following units in an online learning environment: 

  • HLTOUT001 Implement safe access and egress
  • HLTOUT004 Assess and deliver basic clinical care
  • HLTOUT007 Transport non-emergency patients under operational conditions
  • HLTOUT006 Transport emergency patients
  • HLTOUT008 Manage a scene
  • CHCCCS020 Respond effectively to behaviours of concern

After the satisfactory completion of online tasks for the above mentioned units of competency, the student is ready to attend a seven (7) day face-to-face Clinical Intensive Workshop 1 in either QLD, NSW, VIC, WA or SA.

Upon satisfactory completion of Clinical Intensive Workshop 1, student is ready to attend Clinical Placement.

  • Duration: 60hrs Clinical Placement

Term 3: Duration six (6) months

Student completes the following units in an online learning environment: 

  • HLTOUT005 Assess and deliver standard clinical care 
  • HLTOUT009 Manage the scene of a major incident 
  • CHCDIV001 Work with diverse people
  • CHCPRP003 Reflect and improve professional practice

After the satisfactory completion of online tasks for the above mentioned units of competency, the student is ready to attend a seven (7) day face-to-face Clinical Intensive Workshop 2 in either QLD, NSW, VIC, WA or SA.

Upon satisfactory completion of Clinical Intensive Workshop 2, student is ready to attend Clinical Placement.

  • Duration: 100hrs Clinical Placement  

Entry Requirements:

Minimum Age

Minimum age entry requirement is 17 years.

Residency Requirements

Student holds one of the following:
  • Australian Citizenship/Permanent Residency
  • A valid visa for domestic study without study restrictions.

Driver’s License

Current and valid Driver’s License (an OPEN license is preferable, however a reasonable adjustment throughout the assessment process is able to be undertaken for students with their “P” plates)

Physical Fitness

Reasonable level of physical fitness in order to participate in the practical training and assessment activities and clinical placements. In particular students will be required to do the following:
  • Conducting patient assessment while kneeling on the floor and performing CPR.
  • Lifting and transporting of equipment.
  • Lifting of patients on spinal boards and stretchers.
  • Transporting patients in and out of emergency vehicles and treating patients in the emergency vehicle that will require bending and stretching in limited spaces.

Certificate

Current CPR and First Aid Certificate

Before Clinical Placements

Before Clinical Placements evidence of:

  • Current Working with Children’s check
  • National Police Clearance
  • Flu plus any other vaccination as required by the employer organisation
  • Record of compliance with Immunisation requirements

Language Literacy and Numeracy Skills

Proficiency in English and possess a sound level of literacy and numeracy

Computer specification and requirement

To complete the course in a blended delivery format (online learning and classroom environment), student is required to have access to the following resources:

  • A functional laptop/computer (Windows or Mac) with currently supported version of Windows or Mac Operating System
  • Computer/laptop installed Microsoft office 2010 or above
  • In-built speaker & microphone or external headsets
  • Internet
  • Smart phone
  • Email address
  • Backup device (USB/External hard drive) and/or cloud storage
  • Any cables or chargers (when attending the sessions in a classroom environment)

Important Note for Workshop attendance: student is required to bring their own electronic device to the classroom as Heed Health Education does not provide electronic device.

Computer/Digital skills

A significant portion of the course is completed through online learning hence students are expected to have the following computer/digital skills:
  • File Management: create and manage computer files (Microsoft Office, PDF documents, audio, video files etc.) including how to find, download, copy, rename, recover, print, scan and organize your files.
  • Use of internet and email (including selecting and using web browsers, and using email).
  • Use of cloud storage solutions (For e.g. Dropbox, OneDrive, Google Drive).
Please note Heed Health Education staff are not able to provide technical support regarding system setting and essential computer management and maintenance tasks.

Textbook requirements

Textbook purchase is required for some units from the nominated suppliers to complete a course with Heed Health Education. The total cost will vary depending the choice of e-text or textbook (hard copy).

Approximate textbook cost* is $500. Textbook purchase information (discount codes if applicable, supplier detail etc.) is provided at the time of enrolment.

*Textbook cost may vary at the discretion of the publisher.

Minimum Age

Minimum age entry requirement is 17 years.

Residency Requirements

Student holds one of the following:

  • Australian Citizenship/Permanent Residency
  • A valid visa for domestic study without study restrictions.

Driver’s License

Current and valid Driver’s Licence (an OPEN licence is preferable, however a reasonable adjustment throughout the assessment process is able to be undertaken for students with their “P” plates)

Physical Fitness

Reasonable level of physical fitness in order to participate in the practical training and assessment activities and clinical placements. In particular students will be required to do the following:

  • Conducting patient assessment while kneeling on the floor and performing CPR.
  • Lifting and transporting of equipment.
  • Lifting of patients on spinal boards and stretchers.
  • Transporting patients in and out of emergency vehicles and treating patients in the emergency vehicle that will require bending and stretching in limited spaces.

Certificate

Current First Aid Certificate

Before Clinical Placements

Before Clinical Placements evidence of:

  • Current Working with Children’s check
  • National Police Clearance
  • Flu vaccination
  • COVID vaccination
  • Record of compliance with Immunisation requirements

Language Literacy and Numeracy Skills

Proficiency in English and possess a sound level of literacy and numeracy

Computer specification and requirement

To complete the course in a blended delivery format (online learning and classroom environment), student is required to have access to the following resources:

  • A functional laptop / computer (Windows or Mac) with currently supported version of Windows or Mac Operating System
  • Computer / laptop installed Microsoft office 2010 or above
  • In-built speaker & microphone or external headsets
  • Internet
  • Smart phone
  • Email address
  • Backup device (USB / External hard drive) and/or cloud storage
  • Any cables or chargers (when attending the sessions in a classroom environment)

Important Note for Clinical Workshop attendance: student is required to bring their own electronic device to the classroom as Heed Health Education does not provide electronic device.

Computer/Digital skills

A significant portion of the course is completed through online learning hence students are expected to have the following computer / digital skills:

  • File Management: create and manage computer files (Microsoft Office, PDF documents, audio, video files etc.) including how to find, download, copy, rename, recover, print, scan and organize your files.
  • Use of internet and email (including selecting and using web browsers, and using email).
  • Use of cloud storage solutions (For e.g. Dropbox, OneDrive, Google Drive).

Please note Heed Health Education staff are not able to provide technical support regarding system setting and essential computer management and maintenance tasks.

Textbook requirements

Textbook purchase is required for some units from the nominated suppliers to complete a course with Heed Health Education. The total cost will vary depending on following factors: Average cost per textbook is $___. Textbook purchase information (discount codes if applicable, supplier detail etc.) is provided at the time of enrolment.

 

Full course fee: $12,900

Payment methods:

1. VET Student Loan (VSL)

Heed Health Education is approved for VET Student Loans Program for HLT51020 Diploma of Emergency Health Care.  Where a student is eligible to pay part of their tuition fee via VET Student Loan, the loan amount is paid directly to Heed Health Education by the government. The gap fee will be paid directly to Heed Health Education by the student. 

Below is the schedule of the total course fees for each term and how this will be paid over the duration of your course: 

All student loans and the loan fee are expected to be repaid back to the government via the income tax system when the student’s annual income exceeds the pre-determined repayment threshold.

If you do not qualify for a VET Student Loan, you are welcome to take up Heed Health Education’s flexible and convenient payment plan option explained below.

2. Full Fee-paying student

Where a student opts to pay course fee out of their pocket, Heed Health Education offers flexible and convenient (weekly/fortnightly/monthly) interest-free payment plans. 

If you opt for the full fee-paying payment plan option, you will be required to pay an  initial deposit of $1,000 and the balance in any of the following options:

          • Option 1- $152.56/week x 78
          • Option 2 – 305.15/fortnight x 39
          • Option 3 – $661.11/month x 18

To discuss the most suitable payment method/option call us on 0422 964 333 or email: study@heededucation.com.au

Initial deposit paid via Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) or Credit/Debit card* (Visa/Master).

Balance paid via Direct Deposit.

*An additional 3% surcharge on Credit/Debit card payments is applicable.

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Course code

HLT51020

Recognition

Nationally Recognised

Payment plan

$183 per week

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    With Diploma of Emergency Health Care attend 2 x 7-day Clinical Intensive Workshops in either QLD, NSW, VIC, WA or SA. 

    Read further information under Delivery Structure tab on when to attend Clinical Intensive Workshops during the course of study.

    Further Questions?

    If you have any questions, then you are very welcome to Call Us on 0422 964 333 during business hours or email: info@heededucation.com.au to discuss your options.

    We can connect you with a fully registered paramedic (not a sales person who may not have the industry experience) to assist with any further questions you may have.

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    We can connect you with a fully registered paramedic (not a sales person who may not have the industry experience) to assist with any further questions you may have.

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