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How to become a paramedic in Northern Ireland as a 24 year old male living currently in England (but really willing to move to Northern Ireland) who is not from the UK but still from an EU country. In England from my understanding you basically go to uni for 2 years and get HE diploma in Paramedic Science but I can't find any courses in NI.
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To be honest you're better off staying in england. The pay is better for paramedics there and you can do a lot more.
Here there are no courses so most people go to England.
They then find they're able to do more and have more responsibility so tend to stay there!
But if you're wanting to move to ni. Do the paramedic course in England first. Then look at jobs here. They're often advertised on hscrecruit.com
Good luck!
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Well I found out some information about getting your 2 year education straight from Northern Ireland Ambulance Service but I guess it's better to just do the course in England and then move to NI just like you said. Thanks!
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