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What training will the apprentice take and what qualification will the apprentice get at the end?

  • Comprehensive induction plus on-going training and development with the opportunity to acquire additional recognised qualifications throughout your career with Elite EMS.

  • All required training is paid for, both in terms of course fees and salary while training.

  • Block release training delivered with our training provider obtaining recognised industry accepted qualifications through Basegreen (Level 4 Diploma in Associate Ambulance Practitioner & Level 3 Certificate in Emergency Response Ambulance Driving both FutureQuals qualifications) Apprentice AAP.

Monthly mentoring sessions delivered within education facilities.
Mentorship and Supervision whilst learning new skills and knowledge
Course structure:

Phase 1: 4 weeks of Emergency Response Driver training followed by 3 weeks of clinical education training.
Phase 2: 1 week of clinical education training per month for 10 months
Phase 3: Completion of Care Certificate and End Point Assessment

What is the expected career progression after this apprenticeship?

Continuing to work within the ambulance sector the apprentice will be able to take on a fully qualified role as an Associate Ambulance Practitioner (AAP) as an AAP you could lead a 999 ambulance vehicle often working as the lead clinician.
Further progression opportunities are available to progress onto a paramedic university programme.

AAP Apprenticeship
Associate Ambulance Practitioners (AAP)  Apprenticeship


What will the apprentice be doing?

  • To always act in the best interest of the patient. When working with a paramedic, or other suitably qualified clinician e.g. Emergency Medical Technician, Emergency Ambulance Crew, in accordance with existing practice and/or HCPC requirements, the paramedic or other suitably qualified clinician, will maintain overall clinical responsibility for the patient. Support and guidance will always be available either on scene by a Paramedic, Clinical Team Manager, other registered healthcare professional or remotely through the clinical hub or Clinical Assessment Service

  • Complete and maintain full, accurate, legible and contemporaneous clinical records for all patients, including patient observations, medical history, treatment provided, drug administration, the context or situation and eventual patient destination

  • Based on the assessed needs of the patient where necessary administer prescription only medicines (POMS - Restricted Drugs) in line with the level of training received responsible for the use, movement and security of drug stocks required to fulfil the role. Where appropriate prepare and check drugs to be given by Paramedics, Doctors, and other clinicians

  • Always ensure that you make informed reasonable decisions including about care delivery and/or options for alternative treatment/ appropriate care pathways. This includes the referral of patients to other healthcare professionals for ongoing treatment and/or follow up via Trust approved decision trees within the Ambulance Practitioners scope of practice.

  • Use your Trust issued iPad or electronic device to support and guide patient referral decisions in line with the Ambulance Practitioners scope of practice and seek advice from either the Clinical hub or a Paramedic where indicated.

  • Maintain regular and appropriate communications with 999 Operations regarding updates and changes to personal and/or vehicle availability and movements

  • Communicate effectively with patients, colleagues, the public and others in order to elicit information about the patient and their health problem/needs. Gain informed consent before a treatment or intervention is undertaken

  • Ensure that the communication of information between self, the patient and colleagues, including other health care

  • This vacancy is a 24 hour a day 365 days a year position that involves moving and handling tasks involving moving and lifting of patients.

  • Apprentices will need to meet DVLA group 2 driving requirements

  • To communicate confidential health related information to the Patient and relatives where appropriate whilst promoting understanding of the presenting and sometimes distressing condition and providing advice and reassurance with empathy, professionalism, assertiveness, and tact

  • Adopt and adapt communications styles to meet the needs of the patient and/or carers, accessing interpreters in a timely manner where the patients’ needs require this. This should include situations where the first language is not English, or sign language is required

  •  Operate all types of communications equipment provided in accordance with service procedures

Annual Wage: £15,000
Expected Duration: 18 Months

Futher Details

Desired skills and personal qualities

Communication skills, IT skills, Attention to detail, Organisation skills, Customer care skills, Problem solving skills, Administrative skills, Number skills, Analytical skills, Logical, Team working, Creative, Initiative, Non judgemental, Patience

Expected Duration

18 Months

Apprenticeship level:

Higher Level 4 (Higher national Certificate)

Eligibility and Entry Requirements

You must be 19 years of age or older.

GCSE or equivalent English & Mathematics (Grade C/4 or above) Essential

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Our training center is fully equipped with modern training equipment designed to enhance your learning experience. Our spacious classrooms are equipped with a variety of tools and resources that enable us to simulate realistic scenarios and provide hands-on learning opportunities. This immersive approach to training helps ensure that you are fully prepared for real-world situations

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