Our First Aid Instructor Course runs over five days and consists of completing the 3 Day First Aid at Work syllabus and presentation delivery.

Detailed practice of the course content and presentation skills are covered along with presentation of nominated topics.

 

After the completion of the course you will then have to complete the practical part which consists of attending 36 hours (six session) with a nominated Instructor presenting specific topics to a group of learners whilst supervised and will be assessed as to your performance and a report given at the end of each session. You will then have to complete 18 hours (three sessions) teaching independently whilst being observed and a report will be given as to your performance after each session. Once all the practical sessions have been completed you will be presented with your instructor certificate and can deliver non RQF courses. Dates and times of the practical will be agreed by the trainee and nominated

instructor.

If you wish to also deliver RQF courses you will need to complete your PTTLS course by attending college.

 

Once you have been presented with your instructor certificate you will be able to deliver the following courses:
3 Day First Aid at Work
2 Day Re-qualification of the First Aid at Work
1 Day Emergency First Aid at Work
2 Day Paediatric First Aid, Ofsted Approved
1 Day Emergency Paediatric First Aid, Part Ofsted
3 Hour Emergency Life Response Course
Bespoke Courses

 

By attending another 2 Day course you will able to deliver additional course in:

 

CPR & Defibrillation
Oxygen Therapy
Anaphylaxis Awareness

As a self employed instructor you have the option of choosing your work timetable and the fee’s you charge. Guidance and full instructor support will be given after the course. Presentations of the above listed courses are available at a cost.

 

Certificates and books you deliver to your clients must be obtained from us at a cost.

 

Thereafter, your success as a instructor will be proportional to your ambition and drive!

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