Learn how to combine theory and practice to meet the challenges of providing pre-hospital care. You learn important skills as a paramedic that give you the ability to treat and stabilise patients at the scene of an accident or emergency. This education gives you the knowledge to perform potentially lifesaving procedures whenever they are needed. You also develop yourself as a future ready paramedic in this digital age. Your studies are based on a mix of university-based education and placements. This may mean attending block teaching in university and then spending block time on placement, and at other points in the calendar learning part-time in university and part-time on placement. There are a mix of clinical placements, most of them being with Yorkshire Ambulance Service or East Midlands Ambulance Service, but you also attend hospitals and other placement areas within the Yorkshire and East Midlands regions. Other placement may include ambulance departments other than frontline service, care/residential home, patient transport services, accident and emergency, paediatrics, maternity, operating departments/theatres, primary care.