The CPR Instructor program is designed to teach participants the fundamentals of teaching Basic Life Support or Heartsaver CPR to a variety of audiences. The program offers lifetime instructorship through the American Heart Association. Successful completion of this course allows the participant to teach CPR and offer AHA course completion cards to lay rescuers and healthcare professionals.
It is a requirement to complete the Instructor essentials before coming to this course. Students must bring a valid CPR card through the American Heart Association and online completion certificate classroom session. This course is a DVD based CORE Instructor program, with a classroom session detailing administrative policies, the practice-while-watching system, and other logistics of training. Lastly, students must be monitored for a student teaching at a live program under the supervision of a faculty member.
Students must be certified in CPR (either Heartsaver or BLS for Healthcare Providers) through the American Heart Association prior to taking this course.
Call 1-800-497-6732 to reserve your seat. Seats are limited.
Upcoming Course Dates:
|Month||Date||Location||Course Type||Course Cost|
|June 2021||6/18||Worcester||CPR Instructor||$275|
|July 2021||7/16||Carver||CPR Instructor||$275|
|August 2021||8/20||New Bedford||CPR Instructor||$275|
|September 2021||9/17||Carver||CPR Instructor||$275|
|October 2021||10/15||Attleboro||CPR Instructor||$275|
|November 2021||11/19||Carver||CPR Instructor||$275|
|December 2021||12/17||East Providence||CPR Instructor||$275|
We need to receive this application 48 hours before the program starts. Class will begin promptly at 9AM at the listed campus.
National EMS Institute is State accredited through the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Office of Emergency Medical Technicians and the State of Rhode Island Department of Public Health. NEI hosts nationally accredited training courses through the NREMT. National EMS Institute, Inc. reserves the right to change course times and locations to serve our students better.