Random Sound Paramedicine was established in 2019. The Primary Care Paramedic (PCP) program is aligned with the National Occupational Competency Profiles (NOCP) of the Paramedic Association of Canada. Our PCP program has been approved by the respective provincial authorities in Newfoundland and Labrador.
The Random Sound Paramedicine Primary Care Paramedic Program aims to meet the competency requirements set by Provincial Medical Oversight (PMO), which is the regulator for PCPs in the province of Newfoundland and Labrador, as well as the National Occupational Competency Profile (NOCP), as established by the Paramedic Association of Canada, for Primary Care Paramedics. Graduates will not only be an asset to the profession of Paramedicine, but to their communities as well. The program is designed to provide: 1) acquisition of concepts and theories, 2) the mastery of professional skills, and 3) the attainment of a professional attitude.One of the key objectives of the program is to instill a commitment to lifelong learning. Because the medical field is continually changing and evolving, an emphasis is placed on the development of self-directed learning skills. In addition to supporting the development of self directed learning techniques, faculty serves as both academic advisors and facilitators. The responsibilities of Paramedics have increased dramatically over the years. Consequently, it is no longer acceptable to simply accumulate a set amount of knowledge and skills. Today’s students must be inquisitive and dedicated to continuously expanding their expertise and abilities. Such ongoing professional development helpsPrograms to ensure a lifetime of challenge and enrichment.