Emergency First Response Instructor Course

emergency first response instructor The Emergency First Response Instructor training course will provide the Instructor Candidate with the skills necessary to conduct the suite of EFR courses, including Primary Care, Secondary Care, Care for children, CPR/AED. The course builds on their skills as a provider and fine tunes their skill as an educator.

The course consists of pre-study using the Instructor materials, along with classroom discussion, practical application sessions, and practice teaching scenarios.

From the Emergency First Response instructor Trainer Guide:

"The Emergency First Response Instructor Course goals are to:
  1. Assure that instructor candidates understand the Emergency First Response program structure, requirements and procedures.
  2. Familiarize instructor candidates with the Emergency First Response program philosophy and prepare them to teach courses that are low-stress, performance-based and learner-centered.
  3. Refine instructor candidates' primary care, secondary care and Care for Children skills to a role-model level.
  4. Provide instructor candidates with practical suggestions for organizing and marketing their Emergency First Response courses.
  5. Encourage instructor candidates to be active Emergency First Response Instructors and to use their skills to train others in the community."

In order to enroll in a EFR Instructor course, the individual must be 18 years of age and have taken a provider-level CPR/First Aid/Care for children course or equivalent within the past 24 months.

For more information or to schedule an Emergency First Response Instructor Course, please contact Colin Zylka, our EFR Instructor Trainer
at 262-646-8283 or colin@uwconnection.com