Prehospital Emergency Care

Code 181.A0
SecteurSanté (19)
Code CUISEP353-350.CP
Nombre d'unités90
StatutProgram approved in 2006.
Organismes scolaires offrant le programme
Ce programme est offert en langue française : 
Soins préhospitaliers d'urgence

Objectifs du programme

The aim of the Prehospital Emergency Care program is to prepare students to practise the occupation of ambulance technician.

Ambulance technicians provide assistance to individuals of all ages and in all conditions who require prehospital emergency services with a view to reducing morbidity and mortality. They are responsible for providing, among other things, primary medical care, trauma care, care related to behavioural disorders, and other types of care. This includes the professional activities identified in the Regulation respecting the professional activities that may be engaged in within the framework of pre-hospital emergency services. Ambulance technicians are also trained to respond to accidents, antisocial acts, and to specific situations.

Durée de la formation

La durée totale inclut des cours de formation générale commune à tous les programmes pour 420 heures, des cours de formation générale propre à ce programme pour 150 heures ainsi que des cours de formation générale complémentaire pour 90 heures.

Les durées correspondent à la formation théorique et au travail de laboratoire des cours; elles excluent donc les heures de travail personnel de l'étudiante ou de l'étudiant.

Conditions d'admission

To be admitted to the program, a person must meet the general requirements for admission set out in the College Education Regulations, as well as the following special conditions, where applicable:

• No requirements

Professions visées (IMT En ligne d'Emploi Québec)

Paramedical occupations (3234)

Appellation(s) d'emploi


Relation avec le marché du travail

Insertion au marché du travail   (Information provenant du MEES)
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Contenu du programme

Numéro ou code Énoncé de la compétence
052A To analyze the job function
052B To develop an integrated view of the human body and its functions
052C To preserve one’s psychological and physical integrity
052D To move patients
052E To use patient assessment methods
052F To interpret a clinical situation
052G To communicate in helping relationships
052H To intervene with patients requiring resuscitation
052J To establish relationships between pharmacology or drug use and clinical situations
052K To prevent the spread of infection or immunological disorders
052L To intervene with patients requiring medical care
052M To communicate in the workplace
052N To use an ambulance in intervention situations
052P To intervene with patients in trauma situations
052Q To behave professionally in accordance with the occupation’s code of ethics
052R To deal with social and cultural realities surrounding health matters
052S To intervene with patients exhibiting various behavioural problems
052T To intervene on the scene of a disaster or an antisocial act or in specific situations
Number of contact hours allotted for specific training: 2085