The American Heart Association defines Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) as the “noninvasive assessments and interventions used to treat victims of cardiovascular and/or respiratory emergencies and stroke”. The CPR Instructor participates in the development, delivery and instruction of Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR). A CPR Instructor teaches Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation techniques to groups or individuals seeking CPR certification. The CPR certification seekers may have little to no experience. Additionally, the CPR Instructor may assist the Director of Training & Education and Coordinators in other projects as deemed appropriate.
CPR Instructors are responsible for communicating effectively, presenting information in an engaging manner, interacting comfortably with others, displaying patience and understanding, adhering to a schedule and following policies.
CPR Instructors must represent APES in a professional manner.
Instructs programs as assigned. If unavailable or unable to appear, makes notification in a timely manner.
Arrives well prepared in advance of class starting time.
Ensures that all equipment is set-up, returned, and in working order before the training begins and after completion of instruction.
Follows all policies in Per-Diem Instructor Policy.