Students must successfully complete all courses in each term of the program before proceeding to the next term and are expected to meet the progression requirements and maintain clinical skills in all courses at a satisfactory level. The normal length of time for students to complete the program is 19 months (See curriculum).
Students are required to obtain a valid Standard First Aid Certification upon admission to the program as well as a valid certificate in Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation at the Health Care Provider Level. The CPR-HCP certificate must be renewed annually.
Students must present their Standard First Aid certificate to ParaMed (London) by the advertised deadline date in Level 1 as communicated by the Placement Coordinator, Requirements & Information.
Students must present their CPR-HCP certificate to ParaMed (London) by the advertized deadline date in each of Levels 1 through 5 of the program, as communicated by the Placement Coordinator, Requirements & Information.
Students who fail to comply with this policy will be denied access to their professional practice courses.
Applicants who accept admission to the program must possess good health and must present written evidence of this as a condition of registration. This will include a medical review, complete immunization and Tuberculosis (T.B.) test (and a Chest X-ray if the T.B. test is positive).