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Now Delivering Courses in Huntingdon

We are pleased to announce we will now be running courses in Huntingdon in the East of England area, just 30 minutes from Peterborough

We will be running the majority of our current courses, here is just a selection of upcoming dates in 2019:

22nd July

8 July
5 Aug
9 Sept
21 Oct
18 Nov
9 Dec

15 July
12 Aug
16 Sept
28 Oct
29 Nov
16 Dec

Emergency Response Ambulance Driving
19 Aug
30 Sept
18 Nov

For more details on available courses and dates visit your desired course page.

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January 2019 Newsletter

Our January 2019 newsletter is here. A new year, a new bunch of updates.

Click through to find out what’s happening behind the scenes here at MediPro, and if you haven’t already you can subscribe to get future newsletters directly to your inbox.

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AAP Paid Placement Available*

MediPro is proud to announce we are in the position to offer potential paid placements through our unique relationship with the East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust to our students as part of our Associate Ambulance Practitioner course.

Students must meet the minimum criteria in order to be eligible, which includes:

– 5 GCSE Grade C (or above) or relevant equivalent. (To include English and Maths).

– Full UK driving licence with Full C1 category with 2 years driving experience (with a maximum of 3 penalty points for minor driving offences will be considered)

– FutureQuals Emergency driver training award

Courses are held at our centre in Teesside, dates are:
– 18th March 2019
– 10th June 2019
– 9th Sept 2019

For more information Call 01325 609030 or email

Level 4 Diploma for Associate Ambulance Practitioner

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Give Blood

Being a blood donor is a great & humbling way to help save lives.

MediPro supports our staff in giving blood, paying a half days wage to compensate their time. We also extend this to 2 days pay for those who donate bone marrow.

Share this post to encourage other employers to follow from our example. #GiveBlood

#MediProUK #BloodDonors

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We’re Hiring!

Join Our Team!

We are looking for a number of
people to join our growing team.

Our full-time positions come with some fantastic benefits, including:
– Excellent benefits which include:
– 6 weeks annual leave + bank holidays
– CPD opportunities
– Time off for giving blood and bone marrow donation
– Pension scheme
– Overnight allowance and accommodation available
– Part of a strong team with excellent values

We have positions in our Teesside centre and in the East of England area. Our available positions

2 x Senior Clinical Tutors/Module lead – 1 based in Stockton/East of England and 1 based in East of England Area
2 x Clinical tutors for the East of England Area
6 x Ad-Hoc Clinical tutors for the East of England Area
1 x Training co-ordinator based at Stockton for a 12-month Maternity cover contract

Full details including how to apply can be found at our indeed page by following the link below.

MediPro Indeed Jobs Page

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2019 Driver Training Dates

We have announced all of the 2019 dates for our Level 3 Certificate in Emergency Response Ambulance course.

Our 2019 dates are:
21st Jan – 15th Feb – SOLD OUT
18th Feb – 15th Mar
18th Mar – 12th Apr
15th Apr – 10th May
13th May – 07th Jun

As you can see the January course is already sold out, we advise booking early to avoid disappointment.

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Tutors Wanted

MediPro Are looking for a number of clinical tutors to join our growing team, to deliver education at our site in Teesside or within the East of England Area.

If you meet the criteria listed and feel like you’d be a good addition to our team, send a CV to or call 01325 609030 for an informed discussion.

Job Details
– Full-time 37.5 hours a week
– 6 weeks annual leave
– £35,000 to £40,000 per annum

Applicants must be:
– HCPC Registered Paramedic with a minimum of 3 years post registration experience.
– Level 4 in education and training (Minimum)
– CAVA Qualification

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Christmas Office Hours

We know it’s a little early but we want to give everyone a heads up regarding our Christmas opening hours.

We will be closed following the 21st December and will return on the 7th January 2019.

You can still contact us with enquiries via and they will be answered as soon as possible.

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Gareth, Rapid Response Vehicle Experience

One of our Level 3 Certificate in First Response Emergency Care (FREC 3) students took advantage of our optional ride along with a Paramedic RRV supporting NHS 999 calls and was nice enough to share his thoughts on the experience.

This was my first time going out with a Paramedic even though I had been on Operation Fresco years ago with the Firemans strike. So I had no idea of what to expect as I felt this would be more hands-on with the public as fighting fires were our main concern last time.

It took a little while for things to get going but once the evening carried on it was at a fast pace especially as we had to “blues and two’s” to all of the three calls. So it was a unique experience to be on the frontline at home as it was a different experience when I have been abroad in Iraq and Afghanistan with the Royal Marines. It also hit home to me the value of our NHS and the value the Doctors, Nurses and Paramedics bring and give back to the British people.

It also showed me that each call was of value as the skill of the Paramedics I was with was exceptional and very professional especially as all of my calls dealt with teenage kids and a young baby so each parent had great trust in the Paramedic who dealt with all three cases.

I found it immensely satisfying to experience what it is like for a first responder/ambulance crew etc & what it is really like on the frontline at home and found the experience very valuable. I would recommend it to anyone who would like the experience of helping the local community in their need of help. I did notice that people, once they see a uniform know at least there is some help towards their situation so, showed me again the value of the medical service.

Again I would recommend it to anyone on a medical course who is thinking of getting more into the Paramedic or First Responder role. I enjoyed it immensely and would do it again on any future courses I attend.

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