|First Aid Training:
Irish Heart Foundation Instructor
The objective of the course is to enable participants to teach CPR for
Family and Friends, teach Heartsaver CPR, teach Heartsaver AED (Adult and
Paediatric for all courses), administer the above courses and keep
appropriate records, to remediate skills and answer reasonable questions.
Pease Note: Candidates completing the Heartsaver Instructor Course will
be qualified to teach at layperson level only, NOT at
Healthcare provider level therefore this course is only applicable for those
wishing to teach layperson CPR and AED courses. There will be NO
upgrade course and anyone wishing to teach Healthcare Provider courses will
still be required to complete the full BLS Instructor course.
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Irish Heart Foundation Heartsaver Instructor Course
Candidates will be required to complete the full Heartsaver AED Course
(including adult, infant and child modules) as a prerequisite to attend the
Heartsaver Instructor Course. In addition to this candidates will also be
required to complete a core instructor course which is a 6-8 hour
interactive course which is completed on your home PC.
Post Course Certification Requirements
Once the Heartsaver Instructor Course is successfully completed,
new Heartsaver Instructors must successfully demonstrate their teaching
skills while instructing Heartsaver CPR/AED Courses. Monitoring must be done
within 90 days of completing the instructor course and can be done with
A Heartsaver Instructor is required to re-certify every two years
in order to stay current as an instructor. Certification expires at the end
of the month two years from the date of the initial training course or last
Re-certification must be done before current
certification lapses otherwise the Instructor will be required to complete
the full Heartsaver Instructor Course again. Instructors must teach a
minimum of four courses within the two-year period of their certification
and in order for a Heartsaver Instructor to re-certify the following must be
- Provider Skills must be successfully demonstrated.
- Dates and venues of at least four provider courses taught in the past
two years must be given.
- Instructor must be monitored within 90 days of completion of skills
Instructors can be monitored teaching a course and then their skills
assessed following that course.
|Who Should Attend:
Anyone who wants to qualify as an Fire Warden /
Fire Marshal Trainer
||American Heart Association Heartsaver Instructor
||Certificate Issued To Each Participant
|Certificate Valid For:
||Irish Heart Foundation
American Heart Association
|Public Course Cost:
|Discounts for In-Company & Group Courses:
||Contact us for a quote for both in-house and on-site training
Booking For Groups/Companies:
Just contact us and we will arrange an Instructor for your own location.
All we need is a room suitable for the group size. This course is also
available for bookings on weekends. This course can also be run for your group at our training centre in Terenure, Dublin. This course can be tailored for your group/company own needs.
Booking For Individuals:
This course is available as an open course for individuals to join, just call us or join our email list for updates of new courses and check our
schedule page for details of our next open course.
Need A Course Urgently:
If you require this course urgently for work or safety audit, we can arrange this course at any time and in any location. This is possible even if it's just for one person. Just contact us for a quote.
Equality, Access, Transfer and Progression:
Places on the course are provided on a first come basis. If a course is full additional courses may be scheduled if there is adequate demand. Safety Ireland will at all times ensure equality in our service provision. We therefore ask any learner that has specific learning requirements to contact our office on
01-44 22 999 or at the time of booking the training and we will ensure that
all possible measures are taken to meet requirements. English is the language
that the training is provided in and participants must have a good
understanding of the English language. If participants prefer they are
welcome to bring along an interpreter; however prior notice must be given to
Safety Ireland First Response.