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1 Life 2 Live Health and Safety Training, LLC

"Saving lives 30 compressions at a time!"

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Tired of paying someone to train your staff? 

BECOME A AHA INSTRUCTOR!


The American Heart Association is always seeking professionals to conduct training in first aid, CPR, AED, and advanced cardiovascular care. If you are passionate about saving lives, motivated to facilitate learning, feel comfortable in group settings, and find it easy to make complex concepts understandable to others, you may be a perfect candidate! 

Intended Audience

Individuals without prior instructor training wishing to deliver American Heart Association authorized courses.

Prerequisites

Must be at least 18 years old to complete the following:

  1. After being accepted by an authorized AHA TC, complete an Instructor Candidate Application for the TC before enrolling in an AHA Instructor Course.
  2. Have current AHA provider status in the discipline for that Instructor Course and be proficient in all the skills of that discipline. Disciplines include BLS and Heartsaver.
  3. Successfully complete the Instructor Essentials Course for the discipline for which you are becoming an Instructor, including both the online portion and the classroom/hands-on session.
  4. Successfully be monitored teaching within 6 months of completing the hands-on session of their Instructor Essentials Course (TC Coordinators may require additional monitoring, if needed)

CPR as a Business Workshop

Thinking about turning your certification into a business? This workshop is for you!

There are plenty of reasons why one should attend this workshop! The primary reason is that workshops are the fastest and effortless way to acquire critical information that can help you start/build your business! This Business Workshop will fill you in on necessary skills that are indispensable in your business industry. We will provide you with easy solutions to simplistic problems and give you the much-needed motivation. 


Classroom Instructor-led Courses