Emergency Medical Response Instructor
The primary purpose of the American Red Cross Emergency Medical Response (EMR) Instructor course is designed to train instructor candidates to teach the basic-level Emergency Medical Response course.
PARTICIPANTS MUST MEET ALL PREREQUISITES TO TAKE THE COURSE.
Be at least 17 years old on or before the last day of the Instructor Course.
Possess a current basic-level Basic Life Support or equivalent.
Successfully complete the online Introduction to the EMR Instructor Course prior to the precourse skills session.
Obtain all instructor and participant materials before entering the first session of the instructor course.
Blended Learning: Approx. 2 hours online; 13 hours, 25 minute in-person
To successfully complete the Emergency Medical Response Instructor course, candidate must:
Successfully complete the online prerequisite Introduction to the Emergency Medical Response Instructor course.
Successfully complete the precourse skills session.
Attend and actively participate in all course sessions.
Successfully complete class activities, including the required practice-teaching assignments.
Demonstrate instructor-level skill competency in all skills and scenarios.
Successfully pass final written exams with a minimum grade of 80%.
CERTIFICATE ISSUED/ VALIDITY PERIOD
Emergency Medical Response Instructor is valid for 2 years.
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