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Become An Instructor
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“Start Your Instructor Journey with CPR R US and the American Heart Association (AHA)”

Are you a dedicated clinician with a passion for teaching and a desire to save lives? If so, CPR R US invites you to embark on a fulfilling career path as an instructor. The demand for skilled instructors continues to grow, and with CPR R US, you have the opportunity to make a significant impact by sharing life-saving knowledge.
Why Choose CPR R US for Your Instructor Journey? CPR R US proudly partners with the American Heart Association (AHA), a renowned organization in the field of cardiovascular care and resuscitation. We provide comprehensive instructor training and unwavering support to guide you through the process. Becoming an AHA instructor is a significant undertaking, and we're here to support you at every step. To kickstart your instructor journey, you should meet the following prerequisites: Hold a current AHA Provider card for the specific class you wish to teach. Demonstrate in-depth knowledge of the course you plan to instruct. The Path to Becoming an AHA Instructor: Here's an overview of the steps involved in becoming an AHA instructor with CPR R US: 1. Submit Required Documentation: Provide a valid ID, relevant credentials, and complete the online instructor essentials. 2. Fill Out Applications: Submit an instructor agreement, training site agreement, and training center agreements with an AHA or ASHI approved training center. 3. Secure Your Course Reservation: If you plan to take a course hosted by CPR R US, make a reservation and complete payment within 72 hours of the course. 4. Complete Initial Instructor Training: To teach and issue AHA certifications, you'll undergo initial instructor training, including a 5-hour course that covers AHA guidelines, organizational structure, and expectations. 5. Align with a Training Center: You'll be aligned with an AHA training center, ensuring you have the necessary support and resources. 6. Personalized Support and Growth: At CPR R US, we understand that everyone learns at their own pace. Our patient approach is designed to build your confidence and competence as an instructor. We're committed to connecting you with a training center that aligns with your goals and offers the support you need. 7. Resourceful Guidance: We don't just provide training; we empower you to source your own resources as an instructor. Count on CPR R US to assist you every step of the way as you embark on your career as an instructor. Your Instructor's Handbook: Upon meeting the requirements and submitting the necessary documentation, you'll receive an instructor's handbook. We recommend reviewing this valuable resource before beginning your instructor course. Ready to Make a Difference? Becoming an AHA instructor with CPR R US is a rewarding journey that empowers you to educate, inspire, and save lives. If you're ready to take the next step in your career and make a lasting impact, we're here to support you. Whether you aspire to be a Heartsaver Instructor or specialize in another AHA course, CPR R US is your trusted partner on this life-changing path. Join us today and be part of a community dedicated to making the world a safer place. Your journey to becoming an instructor starts here!

Here’s Are Our Instructor’s Options!

Understanding the AHA/ ASHI and who they are, the mission and chain of command

You’ll learn how to facilitate AHA or ASHI courses under the American Heart Association/American Safety and Health Institute Guidelines. Remediate students to assist them at various levels of understanding, and document the process.

During the instructors course you will

If you are unable to monitor a faculty or coordinator teaching a course, Be sure to contact us for the next available option. Instructor’s cannot be officially aligned without Monitoring a class.

Heartsaver Instructor

Heartsaver instructor Requirements:

To be considered to become an instructor and align through the American Heart Association with the training center, there must first be a need for an instructor of that discipline within the area that you would be providing services for. A 15-minute interview with the training center's faculty and approval to proceed with an application.

  • Proof of identification.
  • Heart Savers Instructors’ essentials.
  • A training site agreement signed by the Candidates.
  • A signed instructor’s agreement.
  • Purchase of a heart savers instructor Manual with DVD or USB drive for class presentation.
  • Adult infant and child manikins with the feedback device.
  • A Kit and EpiPen.
  • A heart savers provider manual.

Once you have purchased the required equipment and course materials you will receive the instructor’s workbook and will be required to review the instructor’s workbook and manual prior to the course to become familiar with the process.
This is a large amount of new information, so preparation is essential no matter the experience of a clinician you are. We are focusing on the AHA Guideline and recommendation for the instructor’s course and expect you to be experts as a provider of the discipline you are training on. You must be able to check off on sufficient skills demonstrations as a provider in order to complete the official request for alignment.

Basic Life Support

BLS instructor Requirements:

In order to be considered to become an instructor and align through the American Heart Association with the training center, there must first be a need for an instructor of that discipline within the area that you would be providing services.
After a 15-minute interview with the training center's faculty and in approval to proceed with an application, you will need to present the following.

Once you have purchased the required equipment and course materials, you will receive the instructor’s workbook and will be required to review the instructor’s workbook and manual prior to the course to become familiar with the process.
This is a large amount of new information, so preparation is essential no matter the experience of a clinician you are. We are focusing on the AHA Guideline and recommendation for the instructor's course and expecting you to be experts as a provider of the discipline you are training on. You must be able to check off on sufficient skills demonstrations as a provider in order to complete the official request for alignment.

ACLS
Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS) instructor Requirements:

In order to be considered to become an instructor and align through the American Heart Association with the training center, there must first be a need for an instructor of that discipline within the area that you would be providing services.
After a 15-minute interview with the training center's faculty and in approval to proceed with an application, you will need to present the following.

Once you have purchased the required equipment and course materials, you will receive the instructor’s workbook and will be required to review the instructor’s workbook and ACLS Instructor’s manual prior to the course to become familiar with the process. This is a large amount of new information, so preparation is essential no matter the experience of a clinician you are. We are focusing on the AHA Guideline and recommendation for the instructor's course and expecting you to be experts as a provider of the discipline you are training on. You must be able to check off on sufficient skills demonstrations as a provider to complete the official request for alignment.

PALS Instructor
Pediatric Advanced Life Support Instructor Requirements

In order to be considered to become an instructor and aligned through the American Heart Association with the training center, there must first be a need for an instructor of that discipline within the area that you would be providing services. After a 15-minute interview with the training center's faculty, you MUST have a medical background with experience with proof of license or certification in order to proceed with an application.

Once you have purchased the required equipment and course materials, you will receive the instructor’s workbook and be required to review the instructor’s workbook and manual prior to the course to become familiar with the process. This is a large amount of new information, so preparation is essential no matter the experience of a clinician you are. We are focusing on the AHA Guideline and Recommendation for the instructor's course and expecting you to be experts as a provider of the discipline you are training on. You must be able to check off on sufficient skills demonstrations as a provider to complete the official request for alignment.

In order to attend an instructor’s course, you must have all the required prerequisites completed and uploaded to the link provided in your welcome letter. You must have appropriate Manikins and course material required for the reserved discipline that you are training for.
You will not be able to attend the instructors course without meeting all requirements. No EXCEPTIONS.
If you do not have a resource to purchase the required equipment and the equipment catalog does not meet your budget, please inquire about our aftermarket equipment. This equipment is fairly new but has been used within a 12 month period or less and remains in good functional and presentable conditions.
CPR ‘R’ US can provide this equipment at a reduced cost if we have it in stock.

Call 314-274-8700 (EXT 1004) for further inquiries.