You’ve taken a primary and secondary care class and enjoy being confident that you can assist in a situation where someone is ill or injured. You know how important these skills are and desire to train others in the same skills. In the Emergency First Response Instructor program, you will become familiar with the EFR program philosophy and curricula and prepare you to teach courses that are low-stress, performance-based and learner-centered.
What you can do as an Emergency First Response Instructor
As an Emergency First Response Instructor, you will be able to conduct the following programs: EFR Primary & Secondary Care Care for Children CPR & AED
Have completed an EFR Primary and Secondary Care (or qualifying training) within the past 24 months. Be 18 years old.
The course fee is $300 per person. The course fee does not include materials or the Emergency First Response application fees.
Please review the attached information packet for a description of the course structure; details on the skills, assessments and practical applications that you will conduct during the course; and required materials.