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My husband wants to do a Paramedic degree at Plymouth after a years experience of being an ECA. We saw on entry requirements you can go in at 2nd year if you’ve got some learning beforehand but it doesn’t specify what. Does anyone know what the requirements would be for this? In that way he could try and get some clinical practice certificates from work, he already has his C1 and a years experience on the road ofc. Any advice appreciated, would be so great if he could skip that first year!
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Have you asked Plymouth?
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