Volunteer drivers are honorary ambulance officers who drive operational ambulance vehicles and provide physical support under the supervision of a qualified and authorised Queensland Ambulance Service paramedic.
Volunteer drivers undergo network driver training, must have a current senior first aid certificate, are familiarised with basic Queensland Ambulance Service equipment and undergo a safe lift program.
The Queensland Ambulance Service utilises volunteer drivers in certain rural and remote communities.
To find out more about being a volunteer driver, go to the Volunteer and Local Ambulance Committee Liaison Unit Contact us page.
Last updated 12 February 2010