Welcome to the Emergency First Response Instructor Trainer Course
To be eligible to participate in the Emergency First Response Instructor Trainer Practical Session, you must meet the following requirements:
Be a Teaching Status Emergency First Response Primary Care/Secondary Care and Care for Children Instructor
Have issued 25 Course Completion Authorization cards or taught at least 5 separate Emergency First Response courses
Have no verified Quality Assurance cases on file within the past 12 months
*NOTE: Participation in the Practical Session will not be allowed, unless the above prerequisites have been met prior to the Practical Session.
The course has two main parts – knowledge development and practical training. During knowledge development, you’ll listen to three curriculum presentations online. Next, you’ll complete the Emergency First Response Instructor Trainer Self Study Knowledge Review. Finally, you’ll need to prepare a brief marketing plan outlining how you will market Emergency First Response provider and instructor training in your area.
After completing knowledge development online you must attend an Emergency First Response Instructor Trainer Course Practical Session. During the practical session, Emergency First Response staff will go over the questions on the Self Study Knowledge Review. You’ll also participate in a number of practical training sessions, a marketing workshop and take the Emergency First Response Instructor Trainer Exam.
Upon successful completion of all the course requirements, your Emergency First Response Instructor Trainer application will be processed.