All courses are free for members

The College provides members with hundreds of free online courses to assist you with professional development. You can filter and search for courses of interest, plus “like” courses so you can find them easily in the future.

All the courses are designed to help you meet the requirements of paramedic registration, so they automatically include self reflection, and when completed they are added to your learning record in the ACP portal.

Non-members can view a small selection of workshops for free (try before you buy), view all other workshops at a cost, or simply join to access all the content for free. Learn about Membership here.

Dave discusses whether direct helicopter retrieval improves survival for severely injured trauma patients from Rural Western Australia as well as a case based activity titled: Rural and Remote Trauma – who, where to, how and why?

  • 70 minutes
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This presentation explores the impact of rurality on a paramedic's role and work environment, as researched through semi-structured interviews with Australian paramedics.

  • 30 minutes
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This study set out to determine tocolytic efficaciousness in halting preterm labour during aeromedical retrieval between Nifedipine; and Nifedipine with Salbutamol.

  • 30 minutes
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This presentation introduced the complexity of extreme environment medicine but tailored the discussion to the expedition marine medic

  • 45 minutes
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This presentation will discuss The Integrated Model that is used in Western Australia

  • 45 minutes
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This presentation will explore preparing patients for retrieval teams to reduce "time on scene" as well as a case-based discussion in medical presentations in a rural setting.

  • 55 minutes
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ROAR21: Traumatology Talks & Cultural Safety
  • Released: 09-07-2021
  • Professor Kerry Arabena & Kaitlyn Krahe

Traumatology Talks: Black Wounds White Stiches - Prof Kerry Arabena Cultural Safety in Prehospital Practice - Kaitlyn Krahe

  • 45 minutes
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ROAR21: Let’s Exercise! & Priority YOU!
  • Released: 09-07-2021
  • Prof Ken Nosaka & Mitch Mullooly

Let’s Exercise! Exercise at any time, any place  - Prof Ken Nosaka Priority YOU! - Mitch Mullooly

  • 30 minutes
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Developing roles of paramedics in Australia and New Zealand

  • 60 minutes
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A presentation on cultural considerations when providing palliative care to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

  • 40 minutes
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