Career Path College (also trading as the Irish Ambulance Training Institute) is the leading provider of training in both Healthcare and Pre-Hospital Emergency Care fields in Ireland. We provide a range of PHECC accredited courses from Basic First Aid courses through to professional level courses such as Emergency Medical Technician (EMT). We also offer a suite of QQI Level 5 courses (formerly FETAC) to suit people working in or seeking work in a Care Home setting.
We work with individuals, groups and organisations to ensure that their training needs are met and that they are trained to the highest standards. In addition to training members of the public and company staff, we work with a large number and range of clients such as Ambulance and Fire Services, Coastguard, Voluntary Organisations, Hospitals, Nursing Homes and Adult Education Centres and many more.
Ms. Breege Newell is our company CEO. Breege is a long serving employee of Career Path College-Irish Ambulance Training Institute and is committed to growing the business and continues to pursue opportunities for future and continued success of the organisation.
Catherine Duggan is the Training and Compliance Manager of Career Path College. With vast experience as an Instructor and PHECC Tutor, Catherine is dedicated to meeting all company policies and procedures in order to successfully meet the high Quality Assurance Systems of Career Path College.
We have a supportive and helpful administration team dedicated to ensuring our high customer service standards are maintained year after year.
Our faculty consists of PHECC qualified Instructors, Assistant Tutors and Tutors. All of these members of our teaching faculty are registered practitioners on with the Pre-Hospital Emergency Care Council. They range from Emergency Medical Technicians to Paramedics and Advanced Paramedics. We are a nationwide training service and therefore we facilitate training in a location convenient to groups and organisations. Alternatively, our facilities at our training sites in Galway, Dublin, Donegal or Cork can be used year-round.