Adult ALS certification instructor course: two-day program
Do you work in education and critical care? Are you interested in becoming an ALS instructor? This course is most suitable for nurses and midwives working in a critical care environment who have previously attended an ALS course and are now wishing to become an ALS instructor (in their hospital or region).
This program incorporates BLS and ALS training and assessment, including ALS recertification and teaching resuscitation education. Attendance at both days is compulsory to become an instructor.
A significant amount of time is spent with participants developing and practising their instructor skills through practical stations and assessments. This external credentialing gives hospitals the confidence that instructors are equipped with the knowledge and skills to coordinate internal ALS courses based on evidence-based teaching principles and the recommendations of the Australian Resuscitation Council (ARC).
Each participant is provided with an instructor reference manual (including self-directed exercises and practical tips) and an e-copy of our adult or paediatric ALS manual upon paid online registration.
A total of 16 CPD hours is assigned to this program (based on 12 hours program contact and four hours self-directed learning).
Successful participants will be placed on the ACCCN National ALS Database.
Pre-course requirements: Attendees must have a recent ALS certification, preferably within 12 months. You are also required to complete the e-learning ALS pre-test prior to the day.
This course is suitable for registered nurses, enrolled nurses and midwives.
ANMF/ACCCN Member $490, Non-member $590, Job Rep $450
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