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.
We all acknowledge that to become an intentional leader we need to learn, change and grow. But learning and changing is hard. Join Tanya Rutherford for this webinar where you will discover the five-step approach to becoming a highly effective, intentional learner.
Kerry Anne Cassidy, leadership expert, facilitator and coach, will share the importance of developing resilience through times of change. As leaders we need to learn how to deal with a Volatile, Uncertain, Chaotic and Ambiguous (VUCA) environment.
Too many leaders focus on ideas or are driven by the next competitive crisis. But to generate powerful, effective and innovative solutions, they should focus on behaviours and team culture—fostering teams that ask questions, experiment, refine, and collaborate...
Join IML guest facilitator Jacqui Perkins to unpack the complexity of employee motivators using the popular SCARF model. Jacqui will highlight the challenges of extrinsic incentives and the rich rewards associated with intrinsic motivators.
The Chartered Manager (CMgr) designation is the internationally recognised standard of excellence in management and leadership. Join Lara Keller, Chartered Manager and Core Laboratory Manager at Queensland Health, and Kate Millar from the IML Chartered Manager team as they discuss the three reasons you should become a Chartered Manager.
It's 2031; What are paramedics doing now?
With the ever changing pre-hospital environment, ambulance personnel are now being exposed to more deaths in the community, where people are wanting to die in their own environment, surrounded by their family/whanau and all things familiar to them