Basic Life Support (BLS) Instructor Course
The Red Cross Basic Life Support Instructor program is completed in one day and is designed to prepare instructor candidates to teach and facilitate the basic life support program to participants usually with a health-care background. The Red Cross BLS program was launched in 2019 and is aimed at delivering a consistent and high quality training to pre-hospital or in-facility responders to recognize and treat a patient suffering from cardiac or respiratory arrest. In order to become a Red Cross BLS Instructor, the following prerequisites:
- Fundamentals of Instruction, both online modules and in-class session. Professional Foundations
- Successful Skills Assessment signed-off by a Teaching Experience Supervisor
- Participant level BLS with Oxygen and Airway Management certifications.
It is highly recommended that instructor candidates have a background in healthcare, first response or first aid instruction.
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