Edge Hill University’s Continuing Professional Development (CPD) provision for paramedics is intended to advance academic standards and clinical skills within the profession, allowing paramedics the ability to meet post-registration education and practice requirements.
You can study standalone modules or study towards an academic qualification such as a degree or masters.
The courses are designed for busy professionals to study on a part-time basis and funding is available from NHS North West for those working for the North West Ambulance Service.
CPD Courses at Degree Level (Level 6)
The BSc (Hons) Clinical and Professional Paramedic Practice is a CPD programme for qualified paramedics currently working in the paramedic field who would like to top-up their academic qualifications to degree level.
Standalone modules available at degree level:
- HEA 3169 Clinical Examination
- HEA 3179 Enhancing Paramedic Practice
- HEA 3218 Ethical and Moral Issues within Practice
- HEA 3240 Emergency Obstetric and Neonatal Management for Critical Care Practitioners
- HEA 3065 Negotiated Learning
- HEA 3177 Mentorship in Professional Practice
CPD courses at masters level (level 7)
Qualified paramedics who would like to study at postgraduate level may be interested in our MSc Advanced Practice.
Bespoke CPD provision
The paramedic CPD team recognise that post-registration education and practice is an important element of paramedics’ development and the team is happy to develop bespoke sessions where demand can be identified, please contact Phil Crompton on 01695 657159 or email [email protected] to discuss your requirements.