Build upon your already-successful career with LIT’s newest level of instructor-training and lea-dership first aid program. Working closely with Red Cross as one of their chosen Training Part-ners for first aid in Vancouver, B.C., LIT
is now home to a Red Cross Instructor Development Centre, which provides advanced instructor leadership and training programs to qualify you to teach first aid courses in B.C.
The Leadership Program consists of five steps, including online, classroom and teaching expe-rience components. Upon completion, certification is valid for three years, with recertification options also available through LIT.
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First Aid Instructor FULL Course
The First Aid Instructor course is a Canadian Red Cross CPR and First Aid instructor course that will allow candidates to teach Red Cross First Aid courses including: CPR, Emergency First Aid, Standard First Aid, Child Care First Aid and Marine Basic First Aid.
Candidates will learn the theory behind successful delivery of a first aid program, including teaching methods, learner types, age characteristics and delivery methods. Injury prevention principles, inclusion and progressive learning will also be introduced. Peer teaching sessions will be included in the course to prepare candidates for the Teaching Experience portion of the course, which will be completed after first aid instructor certification.
Candidates with a WSI certification qualify to take the First Aid Instructor transfer course.
Participants will need to have their pocket mask which can be purchased online at https://shop.firstaidtrainingcourses.ca/
First Aid Instructor Recertification
The First Aid Instructor Recert is an 8-hour course that will provide successful students with the Red Cross First Aid Instructor Recertification for an additional 3 years. This course is designed to provide candidates with updated information and program changes in addition to practicing their teaching techniques. Candidates will be required to complete a peer teaching component in this course and must be able to demonstrate all First Aid skills to an acceptable standard.
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