Non-English speakers - Calling an Ambulance program
This learning resource was developed through a partnership between the NSW Adult Migrant English Service (NSW AMES) and the Ambulance Service of New South Wales.
The Calling an Ambulance resource aims to equip people from non-English speaking backgrounds with the skills and confidence to call Triple Zero (000) in a medical emergency.
The activities in the resource are based on authentic Triple Zero (000) phone calls and NSW Ambulance information. They are aligned to learning outcomes in the Certificates I, II & III in Spoken and Written English (NSW AMES 2007).
For more information about this program, visit TAFE NSW.