In our mission to provide clinical education of the highest quality, we strive to develop and deliver learning based on the best evidence and theory in adult education. In the provision of face-to-face learning we rely on our remarkable educators, their talent, experience and communication skills, but we are also advised by specialists in educational principles and adhere to the best possible current thinking and evidence in the preparation of materials.
Professor Paul Middleton
Professor Paul Middleton is a specialist in prehospital and emergency medicine, trained in Australia and the UK, and has been an ALS instructor for almost 25 years. He has taught for both the Resuscitation Council (UK) and the Australian Resuscitation Council, and is the immediate past Chair of the ARC NSW branch. Paul is Director of the Australian Institute for Clinical Education and is the author of our blended learning courses including Advanced Resuscitation and Life Support (ARLS) and Practitioner Immediate Life Support (PILS).
Ross currently works as the Cardiology Clinical Nurse Consultant at Royal North Shore Hospital. He has more than 25 years’ experience in cardiac nursing across a variety of settings, including six years co-ordinating the post grad cardiac nursing course at NSW College of Nursing, now the Australian College of Nursing (ACN). Ross has been an accredited ALS 1 & 2 instructor with the Australian Resuscitation Council for five years. He is a founding member and past President of the Australasian Cardiovascular Nursing College.
Sally is a registered nurse with extensive critical care experience. She has worked in tertiary intensive care units across Sydney for many years and also has experience in emergency nursing, palliative care and international medical retrievals, with CareFlight International. She is also a current Advanced Life Support Level 2 (ALS 2) instructor with the Australian Resuscitation Council. Sally has experience in nursing and medical education as well as education and support for schools caring for student with high level health care requirements. She has a passion for high quality care and professional development, to ensure patient safety.
Dr Andreas Rauch
Dr Andreas Rauch has worked in critical care for the past 13 years. He combines pre-hospital and retrieval medicine experience with working in Emergency Departments of rural, regional and tertiary referral centres. He is an ARC ALS instructor.
Mr Justin Scott
Justin Scott is an Intensive Care / Community Care paramedic, has been an ARC ALS instructor for 5 years and an APLS instructor for 3 years. He has taught for the Australian Resuscitation Council, Advanced Paediatric Life Support and at university in Paramedic One
Ms Susan Chambers
Susan is a registered nurse with extensive experience in emergency and critical care, with a broad range of clinical, education, emergency preparedness and management experience. She has delivered health care services both nationally and internationally, and is passionate and driven in both adult learning and the delivery of professional education with a focus on high quality patient care. She has completed a Certificate 4 in Training and Assessment, and a Graduate Certificate in Higher Tertiary Education, and has been an active Advanced Life Support instructor with the Australian Resuscitation Council for the last 12 years.
Dr Jon Cohen
Dr Jon Cohen is an Emergency Specialist from Canada, with over 10 years experience working in Australian Emergency Departments. He’s an ALS instructor registered with the Australian Council of Critical Care Nursing. He’s also qualified to instruct Resus4Kids and the American College of Surgeons “Stop the Bleed” program. He’s recently released the First Edition of Calm As – First Aid for Surfers and is passionate about teaching those with and without medical backgrounds the art and science of life-saving first aid techniques.
Captain Sean Golding
Captain Sean Golding has worked in the airline industry for over 30 years and is currently an instructor trainer and flight examiner on the Boeing 787 Dreamliner. He has also held numerous positions including Fleet Training Manager Boeing 767, Director of Safety for the Australian Airline Pilots Association and various roles in human factors and fatigue safety. Sean is also a registered paramedic, and with over 20 years teaching human factors in aviation, has developed human factors and fatigue training programs in the health sector.
Mr Jesse Chard
Jesse Chard is an multi award-winning director, producer and cross discipline media expert with 25 years’ experience. A veteran documentary filmmaker, journalist and film producer – Jesse has worked with a wide spectrum of brands, agencies, not-for-profit and community organisations to develop rich storytelling and robust communications strategies. His documentary productions have been screened across countless festivals worldwide (including the prestigious SXSW festival in Austin TX), and his work has been viewed by tens of millions across a range of global channels, including National Geographic, Lonely Planet and World Nomads.