All recordings are free for members

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

All the recordings 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 CPD Tracker.

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

What is NDIS?
  • Released: 07-07-2020
  • Sid Sandilya

The National Disability Insurance Scheme, otherwise known as the NDIS, is the new way of providing disability support. This presentation will focus on the health interface including the role of paramedics.

  • 60 minutes
An evening with VicPol
  • Released: 03-07-2019

The Victoria Police discussed a myriad of topics, including: Emergecny Man...

  • 51 minutes
Taking the pain out of reflective practice
  • Released: 24-07-2020
  • Tammie Bullard

Paramedic professionalism and registration means that reflective practice is no longer something to be left behind when university ends. Tammie Bullard, paramedic and author of a reflective practice text, to refresh your approach. Find alternative, easier ways to make it an ongoing, stress free part of life.

  • 60 minutes
Australian Emergency Management
  • Released: 05-05-2020
  • David Reid

Emergency management and the foundations underpinning an ambulance service’s response.

  • 60 minutes
Hands on for Auslan
  • Released: 19-03-2019
  • Paul Bermingham

A presentation and hands-on workshop regarding the world of sign language and how best to use it in the hospital setting. Learn how to hold a basic conversation, recognise sign skills and skills to record what you observe so you can research it later.

  • 76 minutes

This panel discussion, chaired by Dr. Ruth Townsend, will explore the, at times, confusing legal and ethical area of paramedic management of mental health patients.

  • 69 minutes
Extended Care Paramedicine in New Zealand
  • Released: 07-09-2020
  • Fraser Watson

Fraser will discuss around the development of the Extended Care Paramedic (ECP) role and clinical practice guidelines (CPGs) in New Zealand.

  • 60 minutes
Prehospital Critical Care Teams – HARU
  • Released: 14-09-2020
  • Christian Wiggins, Matthew Meister & Dr Stephen Rashford

The UK College of Paramedics and the Australasian College of Paramedicine are pleased to be collaborating on this webinar, featuring the Queensland High Acuity Response Unit and their role in responding to critically unwell medical and trauma patients. It will discuss the training, clinical governance, skill mix, equipment and team focus on clinical excellence in prehospital critical care.

  • 60 minutes
Working in a Pandemic
  • Released: 28-09-2020
  • Ben O’Regan

The webinar will cover the roles and responsibilities of London Ambulance Service (LAS) staff during COVID, how COVID evolved and how this impacted patient care and lessons learnt from the pandemic.

  • 60 minutes
Improvised Airways (Wilderness)
  • Released: 30-08-2018
  • Dr Kasia Ibrahim

Dr Kasia Ibrahim from RescueMED discussing improvised airways at our Wilderness Medicine Workshop

  • 25 minutes