Recognised Institution Role

Prior to each examination the recognised institution must ensure that the online course commencement notification form has been submitted to PHECC prior to a course commencing.

Please ensure that:
  1. Fully‐completed online exam applications have been completed by each candidate and approved online by the RI prior to been submitted electronically to PHECC 
  2. Candidates are issued with their exam details by each Recognised Institution (RI); including candidate number, exam dates, time and location, as well as exam date cancellations as advised by PHECC (should they occur).
  3. Candidates have read and understand the terms & conditions (see SECTION 4) relating to attendance at the exam and that non‐compliance will result in the candidate being asked to leave the exam.
  4. All applicants complete the relevant recognised course as currently approved by PHECC or have been requested to sit the exam as part of the accreditation process.
  5. Each candidate has, or will have, undertaken training at the level appropriate to the exam being applied for and that this is verified to PHECC.
Please see links below and to the right of this page containing some supporting documents to assist you in preparing for the NQEMT Examinations.
 

Examiner Panel 

PHECC Examiners are responsible for assessing candidates at OSCE's and correcting short written answer (SWA) examination papers.
Details are outlined in the Terms of Reference for the panel.

Examination Quality Group 

The Examination Quality Group is responsible for ensuring the validity and reliability of the NQEMT examination content and facilitating quality improvement of the examination function.
Details are outlined in the Terms of Reference for the group. 

 
Roles of the RI/PHECC

EMT OSCE signage template