First Aid Instructor Trainer Course
Do you have a passion for teaching? Do you like the feel-good factor of passing on valuable lifesaving skills? And do you want to make an income in teaching these skills to an international standard and awarding recognized qualifications? If this sounds like something you want to do, maybe its time to expand your portfolio by being an internationally licensed first aid instructor!
Now for the first time as an Iraqi local national or Refugee status resident of the KRG region, you have the chance to add this amazing skill set to your education portfolio.
- January 10, 2020
- January 15, 2020
- January 20, 2020
EFR Instructor Trainer Arthur Montague Browne will run three classes in January to train the 30 new instructors. This is the first time an international First aid training organization is authorizing the creation of local-national instructors who will be trusted to deliver internationally recognized certifications in the region.
What do you get when you become an Emergency First Response Instructor?
The support of an international organization delivering accredited first aid certificates.
The ability to teach first aid anywhere in the world – not just in Iraq or Kurdistan. If you want to be hired by an international company as a first aid trainer this is a highly prestigious training qualification.
As part of joining the team, you will be featured on the EFR center website (www.efrc.krd) given an @efrc email address and an EFR brand phone number, your own training materials and a CPR doll.
To allow the instructors to be able to teach across a diverse audience, the instructor-training breakdown is like this:
- Local nationals only: This scheme is available for Iraqi passport holders or those with refugee status in the KRG region.
- 20 positions are general positions for anyone.
- 10 positions are reserved for women only
- 5 positions are reserved for members of the minority communities in Kurdistan (Assyrian, Turkmen, etc.)
- 5 positions require the participant to speak Arabic
The instructor development course is delivered over a period of 3 days and finishes in a live training session overseen by the master instructor.
To become a qualified first aid instructor you must have a relevant first aid certificate from any organization or be a medical professional (Doctor or Nurse).