Heart and Stroke Instructor Courses
If you are interested in becoming an instructor for the Heart and Stroke, the process has changed. The new on-boarding process is done completely online; all candidates must enroll through the Heart and Stroke.
Step 1: Part of the process is to complete the application form that is available through the instructor candidate's own online account - each candidate is accountable for completing and submitting this application along with a $55 application fee. For more information, click this link.
Step 2: Once your application is approved the second step to completing the Instructor application process is to complete the Core Instructor Training. This is a mandatory component and must be completed prior to the start of your program. To start the Core instructor Training click this link.
Step 3: Once you have completed step 1 and 2, you will need to self register on an instructor roster that works best for you. This needs to be completed at least 5 days before the scheduled program.
*** In order to qualify for any instructor program, you must be certified in the designated topic and proof of certification is required prior to the start of the instructor course.***
In order to proceed you must fill out the instructor course below.
The Instructor-Candidate will be introduced to HSF policies, procedures and administrative requirements for delivering HSF courses, including the specific First Aid module introduces the Instructor-candidate to the educational materials and syllabus.
The Basic Life Support instructor training module introduces the instructor-candidate to the educational materials and course outlines utilized in the delivery of Heart & Stroke BLS provider courses.
PALS Instructor Course
The specific PALS module introduces the Instructor-Candidate to the educational materials and course outlines utilized in the delivery of the Heart and Stroke Foundation PALS provider and renewal course.
Designed to teach you how to teach people of varying healthcare backgrounds and the essential skills of patient care, including how to protect and support the life of a suddenly ill or injured person
The ACLS EP Instructor Course teaches Instructor-Candidates how to apply effective communication techniques, manage the classroom environment, and promote knowledge and skill transfer and retention.