Teach For St. John Ambulance
Our commitment to quality in the teaching environment means our Instructors regularly participate in workshops and programs designed to maintain current skills and build new areas of expertise. All St John Ambulance Instructors have fulfilled national screening requirements.
Instructor Development Program 5 DAYS
The IDP Program prepares participants to become nationally qualified St. John Ambulance First Aid and CPR Instructors. This 40-hour course is comprised of three modules: 1) Instructor Development – includes the application of adult learning principles, presentation skills, training strategies, coaching skills, evaluation techniques, and demonstration skills; 2) Administration, Policies & Procedures; and 3) Curriculum Orientation.
Upon successful completion of the course, candidates are required to team-teach and be monitored for certification as a St John Ambulance Instructor and to qualify for instructor licensing by Alberta Council. The certificate is valid for three years.
Minimum age: 18 years
Pre-requisite: St John Ambulance’s Standard First Aid with Level C CPR certificate, completed within 6 months of course start date. Prior to registration, candidates are also required to provide evidence of a clear criminal record dated within 6 months of application date.