Terms and Conditions of Training, Goods and Services Provision
Thank you for choosing International Paramedic College. We deliver nationally recognised training, goods and services that have been specifically designed to meet the needs of the pre-hospital care sector. The page provides students with information about the nationally recognised training courses, goods and services we provide and about the operations of our RTO.
Our Method of Delivery
We deliver our courses by using a range of delivery strategies in classrooms, community facilities on site and in the workplace. We use a range of educational strategies to deliver our training and assessment of nationally accredited training. Adults have different ways of learning so our content and learning methodologies can be contextualised to a variety of training environments. We believe in a supportive learning environment provides the best outcome for students.
We guarantee that we will provide quality training and assessment that meets the requirements of the Australian Quality Framework, other legislation that is relevant to Registered Training Organisations and in the time frame and as described in our Course Information. If for whatever reason we cannot supply the training and assessment services that you have enrolled in, we will refund student fees in accordance with our Fee and Refund Policy. If you have any questions about anything included here, please ask your trainer/assessor or contact the CEO.
Individual or Public Course Bookings Policy
We operate a fair and equitable fees, student transfer and refunds policy for students who undertake training with International Paramedic College Pty Ltd (IPC). Your enrolment in our courses, purchase of our products or services is in accordance with fees and refund policies terms and conditions and associated policies of IPC. Please read and review our policies prior to enrolling in courses, purchasing products or services from IPC.
Unique Student Identifier (USI)
All students in Australia must have a Unique Student Identifier (USI). This will be a lifelong number which will enable your records and results obtained to be collected in an online system. By having a USI you will be able to access your training records and results (or transcript) whenever you need to. You must have a USI before we, or any, RTO can issue Certificates or Statements of Attainment. If you require help in obtaining one, please contact the office. If you are unable or choose not to provide one or have an exemption granted under the Student Identifiers Act 2014 then your training outcome will not be recorded on your USI account and will not be available in future years as part of the authenticated USI transcript service. More information about your USI number is available here
We expect students to attend all training sessions/workshops and to complete assessments on time according to the assessment schedule you will be given at the start of your course. Dates are outlined in the course information on our website and in course brochures and website. If you are unavoidably unable to attend you must inform the office or our trainer prior to the start of the scheduled training.
Cancelling an Enrolment or Withdrawing from Training
Issuing Certificates and Statements of Attainment
It is the responsibility of International Paramedic College to issue AQF Certification Documentation. We will issue all Certificates or Statements of Attainment within 30 days of the student being assessed as competent if the training program in which the student is enrolled is complete and all agreed fees have been paid. Please note: we include a link on the Certificates that enables future employers or other RTOs to verify when and where the certificates were issued. All Certificates or Statements of Attainments will be issued electronically and have security measures Replacements will incur an Administration Fee
International Paramedic College understands that not all students are able to demonstrate competency in the same way, therefore, it may be necessary to adjust the assessment tasks for individual students. This is called Reasonable Adjustment and it is the process of adjusting or changing the assessment to meet the needs of the student being assessed. Students with any of the following could expect
- physical disabilities
- limited language
- limited literacy and numeracy skills
- limited communication skills
- limited learning strategies
The types of adjustments that are made must be within our capacity to provide them and include:
- Oral response to questions rather than written
- Allowing extra time for assessment
- Using a support person
- Enlarging reading material
- Braille translations
Students will be asked at enrolment to ensure any required adjustments can be addressed. Also, you can discuss any special needs with your assessor who may be able to make any required, reasonable adjustment to the assessments to meet these needs. Please note the requirements for physical activity below. Enrolment in training with IPC requires participants to provide details on any learning or physical difficulties which may impact on their training outcomes. This may include any language, literacy or numeracy issues.
If you suffer an allergy to latex products please advise us. Practical activities involve training scenarios conducted at floor level and contact with other students/instructors. Please wear suitable clothing CPR is a rigorous physical activity requiring you to compress the chest of a manikin downwards about a third of the chest depth continuously at 100 to 120 times a minute for a continuous period of 2 minutes. This requires a level of endurance, strength and fitness appropriate to this task. If you have current physical injuries, medical problems or limitations, please discuss this with your trainer. It is important that you don’t injure yourself or exacerbate an existing condition in training.
Submission of Assessments
If courses have assessment timetables you will be required to submit assessments on time as per the Assessment Schedule for your course. Extensions to assessment deadlines must be requested in writing to your assessor and it is at their discretion if extra time will be allowed.
Authenticity of work
When you submit a written assignment for assessment you will have to sign a statement that it is all your own work and has not been copied from other sources.
Assessment Appeals Procedure
For information on how to appeal an assessment decision refer to the Complaints and Appeals Policy included
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
RPL is the process by which your existing skills, knowledge and experience are recognised towards the achievement of a qualification. These skills may have been obtained
Credit Transfer (CT)
International Paramedic College recognises the training you have successfully completed with other RTO’s (or previously by us) and can apply a credit to units on the provision of Certificates or Statements of Attainment. Further details on Credit transfer are available here
Complaints and Appeals Policy
International Paramedic College understands its obligation to protect the rights of students and customers and is committed to managing and responding to allegations involving the conduct of our marketing, administration and training and assessment processes, trainers, assessors or other staff or students and third parties who deliver or market or recruit on our behalf. All complaints and appeals will be treated as an opportunity for improvement and will contribute to our Quality Assurance systems. We also understand our obligation to manage requests for a review of decisions, including assessment decisions made by ourselves or a third party providing services on our behalf. Further details on Complaints and Appeals are available here
More Information Other policy Procedures or Resources
You can access our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page here Our student