The Australasian Council of Paramedicine aims to be the peak professional organisation that represents Paramedics by lobbying and making representation to Government, Ambulance Services, Employer groups, Health Services, Health Professionals and Inquiries about professional issues that affect the profession within Australia, New Zealand and Pacific.
Role of the Council;
The Australasian Council of Paramedicine is a peak professional organisation that aims to represent it’s members and the paramedic profession in professional issues by;
Being an effective lobby group to Government, Employers, Health Services and other groups that will benefit the profession and the community;
The Council is not a Union and does not represent members in an industrial setting. This does not mean that the Council will not make comment about industrial issues or disputes.
ACP does not compete with the Australian College of Ambulance Professionals (ACAP). ACP fully supports ACAP’s role and function.
ACP is a political organisation that works for best possible outcomes for the members of the profession and the community.