A South East Coast Ambulance Service (SECAmb) tutor
has been recognised at the annual Ambulance Association of Chief
Executive (AACE) awards.

Paramedic Practice Educator, Kimberley Alexander, based at
Leatherhead, Surrey, was nominated by the Trust for the in the
tutor and educator category for her enthusiasm, experience and
empathy for students.

Having worked incredibly hard as a student herself, prior to
qualifying as a paramedic, she is extremely dedicated and to her
role and has supported a number of CPD activities for both students
and staff during the last 12 months.

She regularly attends the University of Surrey, who supported
the nomination, to support practical teaching sessions during her
own time.

She was also heavily involved in the Trust’s ‘Restart a Heart’
day held at the university helping to train hundreds of
individuals; including students, lecturers and members of the
public in CPR.

SECAmb Acting Chief Executive, Geraint Davies said: “I was
delighted to be present to witness Kimberley receive her award. She
is a very worthy winner and I would like to thank her for her
continued commitment to her role.”

Kimberley said: “I was very surprised but proud to win an award
for something I thoroughly enjoy doing. I myself had an amazing
mentor and feel it has impacted on my practice and teaching