Program Title – Paramedic

  • Credential Earned
    Ontario College Diploma

    Full Time

    Program Length
    4 Semesters

    Program Status

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  • Tuition and Fees

Program Codes
Program codes are for September intakes except those that are indicated differently.
NORT – H099 (PC) Timmins Campus
NORT – H154 (JB) Moosonee Campus – Not Available

Program Specific Information and Forms
Below are requirements or forms that have to be completed before the start of the semester or the date specified.
Requirements for Paramedic (PDF, 386 KB)

Program Description
This four-semester program provides the skills and knowledge needed to deliver emergency care in the pre-hospital setting. Classroom components emphasizing biological science, humanities and ambulance services provide the theoretical basis for the interventions required to deal with medical or trauma emergencies. Emphasis is placed on the ability to communicate well with patients, families and health care professionals and to function effectively as part of an interdisciplinary health care team. Clinical labs and field placements provide a milieu where students are able to apply theory into practice through assessment and the provision of a primary level of care.

Articulation Agreements
Download the complete Articulation Agreement list for Universities and Colleges (PDF, 113KB). You can also visit OnTransfer. This site provides information and resources to help students and potential students find their way through Ontario’s postsecondary system.

Career Opportunities
Graduates may work with an ambulance service, as technical assistants in hospital emergency departments, as well as in sports injury management services and emergency services.

Contact Information
Terry Price, Program Coordinator
Tel: 705-235-3211 ext. 2282
Program Coordinator