The primary aim of the BSc Paramedic Science programmes is to ensure that individual students develop as safe, competent practitioners who are able to offer a high quality effective service to their service users, patients and clients within the context of the scope of paramedic practice. On successful completion of the paramedic science programme students will meet the required standard to register with the Health and Care Professionals Council and will be able to practice as a paramedic.
The Associate Programme allows students to access a wide range of CPD courses as standalone entities. Students who complete courses as an associate student can then utilise any credit gained at a future point as part of the Faculty’s MA / MSc and BSc programmes. This programme facilitates a flexible approach to advancing knowledge and skills which has the potential to enhance both patient care / patient outcomes and the career prospects of the healthcare practitioner
The successful applicant must hold current registration with the HCPC as a paramedic
The tenure is over a four year period commencing September 2018.
In your role as external examiner for the above vacancies you will be required to examine assessments and student work ensuring parity of provision by reviewing the standard of assessments, the fitness for purpose of quality processes relating to the assessments, the level of achievement of our students’ and ensuring that the programmes meet Nursing & Midwifery Council requirements and standards.
For a nomination form and further details please contact:
Departmental Administrator for the Department of Adult Nursing & Paramedic Science
Faculty of Education and Health
University of Greenwich
Gillingham, Chatham, ME4 4TB
Tel: 020 8331 9180