AHA BLS Instructor Course

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AHA BLS, ACLS Courses

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AHA BLS Instructor Course

Approximately a 16 – 18 hour course designed to train interested candidates to become American Heart Association BLS Instructors.  The course consists of approximately 2 hours of individual on-line study (Instructor Essentials) with an additional 8-10 hours of classroom training and practice.  Students are also required to observe a minimum of four AHA courses (in the discipline they wish to teach) and be observed/monitored teaching at least two courses on their own.  Successful completion of all required course components, together with successful monitoring, results in Instructor Certification for a period of two years.  In order to maintain instructor status, instructors must be aligned with an AHA Training Center and teach a minimum of two AHA courses per year, for the two-year certification period.  At the end of each certification period, the instructor’s Training Center will monitor the instructor teaching a course and administer a BLS written exam and skills test to determine his or her renewal status.

AHA or ACLS Course

Approximately a 16 – 18 hour course designed to train interested candidates to become American Heart Association ACLS or PALS Instructors.  The course consists of approximately 2 hours of individual on-line study (Instructor Essentials) with an additional 8-10 hours of classroom training and practice.  Students are also required to observe a minimum of four AHA courses (in the discipline they wish to teach) and be observed/monitored teaching at least two courses on their own.  Successful completion of all required course components, together with successful monitoring, results in Instructor Certification for a period of two years.  In order to maintain instructor status, instructors must be aligned with an AHA Training Center and teach a minimum of two AHA courses per year, for the two-year certification period.  At the end of each certification period, the instructor’s Training Center will monitor the instructor teaching a course and administer an ACLS or PALS written exam and skills test to determine his or her renewal status.

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