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.
Certified Instructors will be able to teach Emergency First Aid, Standard First Aid, Marine Basic First Aid, Emergency Child Care First Aid, Standard Child Care First Aid and CPR courses.
Candidates will be required to complete the following steps (all included in the courses):
Step 1 – Skills Evaluation and Pre-Requisite Verification
Step 2 – Fundamentals of Instruction
A – Fundamentals of Instruction ONLINE Component (Approximately 8-10 hours of self learning)
B – Fundamentals of Instruction CLASSROOM Component
Step 3 – Discipline Specific CLASSROOM Component
Step 4 – Teaching Experience
A – Teaching Experience ONLINE Component (Approximately 1 hour of self learning)
B – Teaching Experience IN CLASS Component (Varies by candidate – Max of 3 Attempts)
Step 5 – Certification
|Red Cross First Aid Instructor (Full Course) – (Sunday, June 26, 2022 – Sunday, July 17, 2022) – Surrey||Surrey Campus (8433 132 Street, Unit 208, Surrey, BC V3W 4N8)||
|Red Cross First Aid Instructor (Full Course) – (Saturday, August 13, 2022 – Sunday, August 28, 2022) – Surrey||Surrey Campus (8433 132 Street, Unit 208, Surrey, BC V3W 4N8)||