CPR Instructor Development Course
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Instructor Development Course (IDC) Cost
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Instructor Development Course
Attentive Safety CPR and Safety Training is an ASHI Approved Training Center authorized to provide the ASHI Instructor Development Course. After completing this course you will be able to join our Training Center as an independent Instructor. Our Training Center director will provide you personal coaching, tips and assistance in setting up your own classes. Once you complete the IDC program, our training center will submit all the material necessary to ASHI for you to join our Training Center as an Instructor certified to your current level of training.
Instructor Development Course (IDC) Description
Attentive Safety CPR and Safety Training's Instructor Development Course (IDC) is intended for individuals wanting to train others as authorized Instructors for American Safety & Health Institute (ASHI)
and/or MEDIC First Aid branded emergency care training programs.
The minimum prerequisites for taking the IDC are:
• Current provider certification CPR, AED, and Basic First Aid
• Demonstrated competency in layperson adult, child, and infant CPR AED, and or first aid skill objectives
The goal of the IDC is to help candidates develop a solid foundation on which to begin training others.
Instructor Development Course (IDC) Program Structure
The IDC contains both core and supplemental training content. The core content is the minimum knowledge and skill content required for authorization as an ASHI and or MEDIC First Aid Instructor. Supplemental Content In addition to the core training content required for authorization, the IDC contains supplemental content that may be added by the Instructor Trainer as desired or required. Supplemental training content is clearly identified in this Instructor Training Guide.
Instructor Development Course (IDC) Course Method
The IDC is a blended course. Blended learning begins with online training to cover the cognitive knowledge of the course, followed by a face-to-face session with an Instructor Trainer for hands-on instructional skill practice and evaluation. This Emergency Care Instructor Training Guide provides information and lesson plans for conducting the face-to-face portion of the IDC.