The Red Cross Basic Life Support Instructor program is completed in two days. It is designed to prepare instructor candidates to teach and facilitate the basic life support (BLS) program to participants usually with a health-care background. Launched in 2019, the Red Cross BLS program aims to deliver consistent and high-quality training to pre-hospital or in-facility responders. In order to become a Red Cross BLS Instructor, the following prerequisites are required:
- Fundamentals of Instruction, both online modules and in-class session.
- Successful Skills Assessment signed-off by a Teaching Experience Supervisor or Instructor Trainer
- 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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|Red Cross Basic Life Support Instructor RECERTIFICATION - Hamilton - Stoney Creek||SOS First Aid, Stoney Creek/Hamilton||November 13, 2021 12:30 pm -||November 13, 2021 - 5:00 pm||Register|