First Aid Instructor
The First Aid Instructor Course is a two-day program comprised of two modules: the Core Training Program (Core); and the specific First Aid module. The Core Program covers general information pertaining to Heart and Stroke Foundation and the adult education principles fundamental to HSF courses. The Instructor-Candidate will be introduced to HSF policies, procedures and administrative requirements for delivering HSF courses, including use of the Resuscitation portal as part of pre-course preparation and post-course completion. The specific First Aid module introduces the Instructor-candidate to the educational materials and syllabus utilized in the delivery of the HSF Standard First Aid courses.
Mandated Instructor-candidate Materials:
- Heart & Stroke First Aid - 2015 Guidelines - Reference Manual (RE2001E)
- Heart & Stroke First Aid - 2015 Guidelines - Instructor Manual (RE2101E)
All First Aid Instructor-Candidates must have a current Heart and Stroke Foundation Standard First Aid card or equivalent from another approved agency.
Register for the program By completing the Instructor application on the Heart and Stroke Portal
- Provide a copy of you current First Aid Provider card from any Approved Agency.
- Attend a Core Instructor Session if you have not already done so.