Scott Goudie

Scott Goudie FdSc, BSc Hons, PGCert, FHEA, MCPara

Scott Goudie

Scott Goudie
FdSc, BSc Hons, PGCert, FHEA, MCPara

Clinical Education Facilitator

Department of Adult Nursing and Paramedic Science

Faculty of Education and Health

Scott Goudie is a Clinical Education Facilitator in the Department for Adult Nursing and Paramedic Science at the University of Greenwich.

Scott comes from the South East Coast Ambulance Service, where he worked as an operational Paramedic and Clinical Team Leader in the Thanet area of Kent. 

He joined Kent ambulance in 2004 as a Trainee Ambulance Technician and continued as a Qualified Ambulance Technician until 2008 when he was successful in gaining a place on the FdSc Paramedic Science at St. George's University London. Upon completion, Scott worked as a Paramedic in the East of Kent. 

In 2012, Scott started studying at the University of Greenwich, whilst working full time operationally, and finished in 2015 with a BSc Hons Professional Practice in Health and Social Care. During this time he became a practice educator for the University of Greenwich paramedic science students, helping to guide their development whilst out on placement. 

In 2013, Scott became a Clinical Team Leader responsible for a team of mixed grade clinicians and the everyday running of ambulance operations. Whilst in this role he undertook Operational Commander training at the National Ambulance Resilience Unit. Further courses taken included Special Operations Response Team (SORT), which covered chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear and explosive (CBRNe) incidents and Marauding Terrorist Firearms Attack (MTFA) where he trained to operate in heavy ballistics equipment in mass casualty environments.

Scott still maintains a bank contract with the South East Coast Ambulance Service and works operationally as a Paramedic at the weekends when time allows.

Scott teaches on many of the modules that make up the paramedic science degree and supervises students with their final year projects. He is course leader for NURS 1376 Paramedic Skills for Effective Practice, a 30 credit module taught in the first year of study. 

Scott gained his Post Graduate Certificate in Higher Education in 2017 along with Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy. He is currently completing his Master's Degree in Education at the University of Greenwich.

  • Teaching of modules on the BSc Hons Paramedic Science
  • Registered Paramedic with the Health Care and Professions Council
  • Full member of the College of Paramedics.
  • Fellow of the Higher Education Academy

Scott is currently undertaking research in to the use of various virtual learning environments to enhance methods of teaching. His scholarly interests include cardiology and major incident management.

Boden, G., Hart, L., Goudie, S., Li, S. (2016) 'Student engagement through pre-learning, in class quizzing, polling and electronic interaction'. Educational Development Unit, University of Greenwich. Available at:

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