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Hey all, I have been working for the last 20 months as an emt (tech) in the UK and I am currently completing a foundation degree in paramedical science with a view to being HCPC registered around December. I was hoping that someone may be able to give me some advice as to what courses I will need to complete next in order to become a suitable candidate as a rig medic. I have read around MIST, NEBOSH, The offshore medic course HSE Approved, and the helicopter safety training.
Are these all requirements? I have also seen on some forums that Paramedics are not as attractive as nurses to employers? If this is true what can I do to make myself a more desirable candidate? I am a qualified firefighter with 8 years frontline experience, not sure if that would make me more eligible? I really would appreciate any help or words of advice.
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