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Tips for applying for Ambulanceman / Ambulancewoman

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07-09-2022

Tips for applying for Ambulanceman / Ambulancewoman

    Tip 1: Submit an application
After you have submitted the application by mail or online and are deemed qualified, you will receive a confirmation email. Please mark down the date and time clearly and arrive at the examination venue at least 15 minutes earlier.

    Tip 2: Prepare for the Preliminary Eyesight Test
The Preliminary Eyesight Test requires the candidate to identify a set of English letters at a distance of 6 metres.

   >>>Video of recruitment tips - Preparation

    Tip 3: Prepare for the Physical Fitness Tests and Job-related Performance Tests
Candidates who apply for the post of Ambulanceman/Ambulancewoman need to complete 8 sets of physical exercises and 4 sets of Job-related Performance Tests. Candidates are suggested to have enough rest before the tests, and not to do exercise with an empty stomach.

   Tips and description of the Physical Fitness Test

i. Yo-Yo Endurance Test
A candidate is required to run to and fro between two markers positioned 20 metres apart. (Click here to watch the demonstration)
✅Passing Mark: Level 7.1 (equal to 50 times 20m running distance)

ii. Pronated chin-up (60 Seconds)
A candidate is required to hold the horizontal bar with shoulder width by pronated grip to perform chin-up actions within 60 seconds. (Click here to watch the demonstration)
✅Passing Mark: 2 counts

iii. Vertical Jump
A candidate standing with the preferred shoulder adjacent to a wall and feet flat on the floor reaches as high as possible to touch the wall. Starting point (standing reach height) represents the distance from the wall mark (middle finger) to the floor, recorded in centimetres (cm). The difference in distance between the standing reach height and the jumping height is the score. (Click here to watch the demonstration)
✅Passing Mark: 43 cm

iv. Parallel Bar Dip (60 Seconds)
A candidate is required to perform dip actions on parallel bars within 60 seconds. (Click here to watch the demonstration)
✅Passing Mark: 7 counts

v. Bent-knee Sit-Ups (60 Seconds)
A candidate is required to perform smooth sit-up actions within 60 seconds. (Click here to watch the demonstration)
✅Passing Mark: 31 counts

vi. Push Up (60 seconds)
A candidate is required to perform push-up actions within 60 seconds. (Click here to watch the demonstration)
✅Passing Mark: 30 counts

vii. Sit and Reach
A candidate sitting on the floor is required to push a scale rider with his/her fingers as far forward as possible and hold the position for 3 seconds. (Click here to watch the demonstration)
✅Passing Mark: 21 cm

viii. Burpee (60 seconds)
A candidate is required to perform smooth burpee actions progressively within 60 seconds. (Click here to watch the demonstration)
✅Passing Mark: 23 counts

    Job-related Performance Tests for Applicants for Posts in Ambulance Stream

i. Stair Climb
A candidate, wearing an ambulance helmet and a fully loaded ambulance rucksack, with one hand carrying a defibrillator and the other a fully loaded trauma kit, is required to proceed upstairs from the ground floor to the third storey of a building.
✅Passing Mark: Within 22 seconds

ii. Locate Equipment
A candidate, wearing an ambulance helmet, is required to complete the following steps:
1. sit in the front passenger seat of an ambulance with the seat belt fastened; 2. get out of the cabin and close the door with a hand holding the grip; 3. proceed to the rear of the ambulance and step on every step to re-enter the ambulance from the rear; 4. retrieve a designated object with one hand while the other holding the handrail and with both feet touching the floor of the ambulance; 5. using the same steps, step on every step to leave the ambulance from the rear; and 6. proceed to an end line 10 metres at the front of the ambulance.
✅Passing Mark: Within 19 seconds

iii. Peg Test
A candidate is required to complete the following steps:
1. stand erect inside an ambulance with one hand holding the handrail and the other fully touching the peg-board placed on the stretcher and with both feet touching the floor; 2. pick up and place a peg into the hole of a peg-board; 3. repeat step (2) until all 10 pegs are in position; and 4. on completion, place the free hand on the top of the peg-board.
✅Passing Mark: Within 24.5 seconds

iv. Obstacle Course
A candidate, wearing an ambulance helmet and a fully loaded ambulance rucksack and carrying a fully loaded trauma kit, is required to proceed a 10-metre distance involving step-in and step-out of three tyres and passing under a gateway on his/her way to the end line.
✅Passing Mark: Within 5 seconds

    Tip 4: Prepare for Written Aptitude Test
The Written Aptitude Test is divided into 4 categories of multiple-choice questions. Candidates for Ambulanceman/Ambulancewoman will be tested on 3 of them, namely Verbal Reasoning, Numerical Reasoning and Mechanical Reasoning.

   >>>Video of recruitment tip - Written Aptitude Test

For more details about the recruitment of Ambulanceman/Ambulancewoman, please visit the website of the Fire Services Department, or enquire through the recruitment hotline: 2733 7673.

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Please mark down the date and time clearly and arrive at the examination venue at least 15 minutes earlier.    Tip 2: Prepare for the Preliminary Eyesight TestThe Preliminary Eyesight Test requires the candidate to identify a set of English letters at a distance of 6 metres.    >>>Video of recruitment tips - Preparation     Tip 3: Prepare for the Physical Fitness Tests and Job-related Performance TestsCandidates who apply for the post of Ambulanceman/Ambulancewoman need to complete 8 sets of physical exercises and 4 sets of Job-related Performance Tests. Candidates are suggested to have enough rest before the tests, and not to do exercise with an empty stomach.    Tips and description of the Physical Fitness Test i. Yo-Yo Endurance TestA candidate is required to run to and fro between two markers positioned 20 metres apart. (Click here to watch the demonstration)✅Passing Mark: Level 7.1 (equal to 50 times 20m running distance)   ii. Pronated chin-up (60 Seconds)A candidate is required to hold the horizontal bar with shoulder width by pronated grip to perform chin-up actions within 60 seconds. (Click here to watch the demonstration)✅Passing Mark: 2 counts   iii. Vertical JumpA candidate standing with the preferred shoulder adjacent to a wall and feet flat on the floor reaches as high as possible to touch the wall. Starting point (standing reach height) represents the distance from the wall mark (middle finger) to the floor, recorded in centimetres (cm). The difference in distance between the standing reach height and the jumping height is the score. (Click here to watch the demonstration)✅Passing Mark: 43 cm   iv. Parallel Bar Dip (60 Seconds)A candidate is required to perform dip actions on parallel bars within 60 seconds. (Click here to watch the demonstration)✅Passing Mark: 7 counts   v. Bent-knee Sit-Ups (60 Seconds)A candidate is required to perform smooth sit-up actions within 60 seconds. (Click here to watch the demonstration)✅Passing Mark: 31 counts   vi. Push Up (60 seconds)A candidate is required to perform push-up actions within 60 seconds. (Click here to watch the demonstration)✅Passing Mark: 30 counts   vii. Sit and ReachA candidate sitting on the floor is required to push a scale rider with his/her fingers as far forward as possible and hold the position for 3 seconds. (Click here to watch the demonstration)✅Passing Mark: 21 cm   viii. Burpee (60 seconds)A candidate is required to perform smooth burpee actions progressively within 60 seconds. (Click here to watch the demonstration)✅Passing Mark: 23 counts       Job-related Performance Tests for Applicants for Posts in Ambulance Stream i. Stair ClimbA candidate, wearing an ambulance helmet and a fully loaded ambulance rucksack, with one hand carrying a defibrillator and the other a fully loaded trauma kit, is required to proceed upstairs from the ground floor to the third storey of a building.✅Passing Mark: Within 22 seconds   ii. Locate EquipmentA candidate, wearing an ambulance helmet, is required to complete the following steps:1. sit in the front passenger seat of an ambulance with the seat belt fastened; 2. get out of the cabin and close the door with a hand holding the grip; 3. proceed to the rear of the ambulance and step on every step to re-enter the ambulance from the rear; 4. retrieve a designated object with one hand while the other holding the handrail and with both feet touching the floor of the ambulance; 5. using the same steps, step on every step to leave the ambulance from the rear; and 6. proceed to an end line 10 metres at the front of the ambulance.✅Passing Mark: Within 19 seconds   iii. Peg TestA candidate is required to complete the following steps:1. stand erect inside an ambulance with one hand holding the handrail and the other fully touching the peg-board placed on the stretcher and with both feet touching the floor; 2. pick up and place a peg into the hole of a peg-board; 3. repeat step (2) until all 10 pegs are in position; and 4. on completion, place the free hand on the top of the peg-board.✅Passing Mark: Within 24.5 seconds   iv. Obstacle CourseA candidate, wearing an ambulance helmet and a fully loaded ambulance rucksack and carrying a fully loaded trauma kit, is required to proceed a 10-metre distance involving step-in and step-out of three tyres and passing under a gateway on his/her way to the end line.✅Passing Mark: Within 5 seconds       Tip 4: Prepare for Written Aptitude TestThe Written Aptitude Test is divided into 4 categories of multiple-choice questions. Candidates for Ambulanceman/Ambulancewoman will be tested on 3 of them, namely Verbal Reasoning, Numerical Reasoning and Mechanical Reasoning.    >>>Video of recruitment tip - Written Aptitude Test For more details about the recruitment of Ambulanceman/Ambulancewoman, please visit the website of the Fire Services Department, or enquire through the recruitment hotline: 2733 7673. 2432499 |Recruitment||FitnessTest||FSD| |GOVJOB| 2022-09-07 00:00:00.0

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