The new Associate Ambulance Practitioner (AAP) course has been written in partnership with multiple Ambulance Services around the country with a view to achieving a recognised qualification to replace the former IHCD Ambulance Aid award. This new Level 4 regulated Diploma allows candidates to achieve a recognised qualification, allowing progression to the higher education framework to gain Paramedic qualifications.
Through this apprenticeship style of blended learning you will gain the skills and experience required for working within the Ambulance service, military and many other pre-hospital sectors. Training has been designed to enable maximum learning opportunities with a range of methods for learning including; Classroom sessions, Practical application, Situation awareness training, Casualty simulation training, e-learning and work-based learning.
Our team of ex-NHS Ambulance tutors and assessors offer extensive practical, clinical and educational experience, ensure professional delivery, mentor support and guided learning throughout your course. Specialist subject tutors will enhance your learning with realistic casualty simulation actors providing you with the chance to practice your new skills in realistic situation awareness scenarios.