Designed for Emergency Care Instructor candidates with a focus on instructional techniques required to deliver the Canadian Red Cross’ specialized courses such as First Responder or Marine Advanced First Aid; these include delivering scenarios, teaching in varied environments, and organizing specialized courses. The course content accommodates a variety of Instructor candidates which encourages a rich learning environment built on instructional skills. It also allows Instructors to be able to teach other First Aid programs with minimal course work.
Red Cross Emergency Care Instructor Trainer
Proof of appropriate participant-level certification (either First Responder or Marine Advanced First Aid); completion of Red Cross First Aid Instructor course, completed skills competency checklist for participant level, pre-course assignment, 19 years of age.
100% attendance, skills demonstration, and 80% min. passing grade on written exam.
3-year certification as Emergency Care Instructor.
Meets the requirement of the co-teach form as outlined by the Instructor Trainer at the appropriate certification.
- Introducing a course
- Specialized instructional techniques
- Organizing courses
- Specific course content
- Skills and scenario practice teaching
Emergency Care Instructor Manual
Emergency Care media presentation
Certification card and optional wall certificate