Cookies and Privacy

The University uses cookies on this website to provide the best experience possible including delivering personalised content on this website, other websites and social media. By continuing to use the site you agree to this, or your can go to our cookie policy to learn more and manage your settings.

Liam Dale

Liam Dale

Lecturer in Paramedic Science and Pre-hospital Care

School of Health Sciences

New to the team in 2020, Liam is still an active Paramedic splitting his time equally between working for West Midlands Ambulance Service and teaching at BCU. This allows him to continue building experience and directly supporting and mentoring students in practice as well as having a role in their development in the classroom.

Liam is the module lead for Risk and Wellbeing in Paramedic Practice on the BSc programme and Transition to Paramedic Practice on the DipHE programme, whilst also supporting teaching on Essential Biosciences for Healthcare Professionals. He is also the year lead for first year students.

In the past Liam studied at Newcastle University achieving a BSc (Hons) in Environmental Science. Following graduation he worked at the Students’ Union as Education Officer responsible for representing over 20,000 students and developing and delivering training to all faculty, school and course representatives. Deciding that a change of career was needed he re-trained as a paramedic, completing his studies in 2017 and registering with the HCPC in early 2018.

Outside of work Liam enjoys playing American Football and attempting to play guitar in addition to further interests.

Areas of Expertise
Work With Industry