CSEMS is proud to provide instructor courses of the highest quality. As an American Heart Association Training Center, our team of experienced instructors teaches the latest standards in providing life-saving training.
The American Heart Association's mission is to reduce disability and death from heart disease and stroke. Our Training Center faculty will teach new students how to instruct CPR classes for the healthcare provider, layperson and also how to teach CPR with first aid to the community. This course gives the experienced CPR provider the opportunity to learn how to teach and evaluate CPR skills. The course outlines what and how to teach; it is not designed to teach basic CPR skills. The prerequisites for this course include a current Heartsaver or Healthcare Provider CPR card and completion of the Core Instructor Course (this portion must be completed prior to attending the course).
BLS Healthcare Provider and Heartsaver CPR Instructor Course Description
(Discipline Specific Module)
As per the American Heart Association guideline changes the Instructor course is now comprised of two separate components. These components include the Core Instructor Course and a Discipline Specific Module. Both components MUST be completed prior to moving onto the remaining steps needed to complete your appointment as a BLS Healthcare Provider or Heartsaver CPR Instructor candidate.
During the course, you will:
Demonstrate proficiency in teaching and performing BLS skills and concepts
Demonstrate the proper function, use and cleaning of BLS teaching equipment
Teach BLS Healthcare Provider CPR or Heartsaver AED in a typical classroom setting
Evaluate BLS for Healthcare Provider students fairly and provide appropriate remediation, as needed
Discuss the American Heart Association's expectations for BLS instructors
This course is designed to prepare qualified instructors to teach CPR, use of an Automated External Defibrillator (AED), and how to relieve choking in a safe, timely and effective manner. It will include a review of essential skills and BLS concepts, equipment use, and AHA instructor expectations.