How do I maintain my AHA instructor status?
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AHA instructor renewal requirements:
- Teach a minimum of 4 classes in 2 years.
- Pass both the Provider and Instructor exams for each discipline taught.
- Complete Skills Verification for each discipline taught.
- Keep current with all updates from the AHA.
How long is AHA Instructor good for?
Every two years an instructor must renew their credentials. Please visit our Heartsaver Instructor Renewal page or our BLS Instructor Renewal page for current rates. The renewal is a 4-8 hour course depending on instructor skill proficiency.
What are the 5 steps of the AHA instruction cycle?
A: The 5 steps of the AHA Instruction Cycle are prepare, teach, test and remediate, close, and keep current. More information can be found on each step of the AHA Instruction Cycle in the online portion of the Instructor Essentials Course.
How do I become an affiliate with AHA training centers?
How to Affiliate as an American Heart Association Instructor
- Dedicated full time Training Site Liaison and Client Solution Specialists.
- Electronic roster processing through Enrollware.
- Fast roster processing.
- Immediate eCard issuance for established Training Sites.
What is the minimum number of courses you can teach within a 2 year period to maintain an AHA Instructor status?
four AHA courses
Teach four AHA courses in the two year instructor certification period to maintain the certification and be eligible for renewal. 2.
What is Pam in BLS?
Q: What is the AHA Program Administration Manual—US Version (US PAM)? A: The AHA’s US PAM covers all aspects of program administration and training for the educational courses of the AHA’s CPR and ECC programs.
What is an example of the minimum number of courses you can teach within a 2 year period to maintain an AHA Instructor status?
1. Teach four AHA courses in the two year instructor certification period to maintain the certification and be eligible for renewal.
Which resource provides AHA instructors with access to the Program Administration Manual?
A: The digital edition of the PAM is available on the AHA Instructor Network via the navigation item labeled “PAM.”
How do I become a BLS instructor in Florida?
- Current CPR, BLS and/or ACLS certification.
- Steps to Become an Instructor:
- 1) Complete the appropriate Core Instructor Course at OnlineAHA.org.
- 2) Register and Attend the CPR, BLS or ACLS Instructor Class.
- 3) Be monitored teaching a class.
- 4) Receive your Instructor’s Card after being mentored and monitored.