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Instructor Courses

ProTrainings offers an ever expanding variety of instructor & skill evaluator courses. These courses are built to prepare professionals to teach the ProTrainings curriculum. Training is done in a blended format, starting with the online course and ending with a remote or personal hands-on component. CPR procedures within the courses are taught to the latest ECC/ILCOR and American Heart Association guidelines and are educationally equivalent to or better than an American Heart or Red Cross class covering the same topic. First aid subjects follow OSHA compliance standards for workplace safety training.

Course Listing

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ProCPR Skill Evaluator
Skill Evaluator Training in Healthcare Provider (BLS) and Lay Rescuer Adult, Child, and Infant CPR/AED
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ProFirstAid Skill Evaluator
Skill Evaluator Training in Lay Rescuer Adult, Child, and Infant CPR/AED
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ProFirstAid Basic Skill Evaluator
Skill Evaluator Training in Lay Rescuer Adult CPR/AED
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ProCPR Instructor
Instructor Training in Healthcare Provider (BLS) and Lay Rescuer Adult, Child, and Infant CPR/AED
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ProFirstAid Instructor
Instructor Training in Lay Rescuer Adult, Child, and Infant CPR/AED
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ProFirstAid Basic Instructor
Instructor Training in Lay Rescuer Adult CPR/AED
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ProBloodborne Instructor
Bloodborne Pathogens Instructor for 29 CFR 1910.1030 OSHA Standard

New Skill Eval & Instructor Training

What is a skill evaluator?

A skill evaluator can evaluate a student's hands-on skills after he has taken an online course. For checking off student skills and providing access to manikins, skill evaluators can charge each student a fee.

What is an instructor?

An instructor can teach a course from start to finish by holding full-length, in-person classes. The instructor then issues the certification card to the students and charges a course fee. Instructors can also perform skill evaluations.

Registration Process

This process is for those who are NOT currently an instructor for another nationally recognized curriculum provider (such as the American Heart Association or American Red Cross)

Step 1

Course to Teach / Evaluate Student Course to Take
ProCPR ProFirstAid Advanced
ProFirstAid Advanced ProFirstAid Advanced
ProFirstAid ProFirstAid (or above)
ProFirstAid Basic ProFirstAid Basic (or above)
ProBloodBorne ProBloodBorne (or above)
Take the appropriate provider-level course (blended required). This course needs to contain all the skills you will be evaluating or teaching. Follow the guideline above.
OR
American Heart Association Card
Submit a current, equivalent provider-level certificate from another curriculum provider, such as the American Heart Association or American Red Cross.

Step 2

Course to Evaluate / Teach Skill Evaluator / Instructor Course to Take
ProCPR ProCPR
ProFirstAid Advanced ProCPR
ProFirstAid ProFirstAid (or above)
ProFirstAid Basic ProFirstAid Basic (or above)
ProBloodBorne* ProBloodBorne (or above)
*BloodBorne is only available as an instructor course.

Step 3

Course Skill Session Total Time
ProCPR Instructor 2 hours 3.5 hours
ProCPR Skill Evaluator 1.5 hours 3 hours
ProFirstAid Instructor 1.5 hours 2.5 hours
ProFirstAid Skill Evaluator 1 hour 1.5 hours
ProFirstAid Basic Instructor 1.25 hours 1.5 hours
ProFirstAid Basic Skill Evaluator 45 minutes 1 hour
ProBloodBorne Instructor 30 minutes 30 minutes
Call ProTrainings to schedule and complete your live skills demonstration. You do not need to purchase DVDs or books, but must have manikins.

Bridge Program for Current Instructors

What is a skill evaluator?

A skill evaluator can evaluate a student's hands-on skills after he has taken an online course. For checking off student skills and providing access to manikins, skill evaluators can charge each student a fee.

What is an instructor?

An instructor can teach a course from start to finish by holding full-length, in-person classes. The instructor then issues the certification card to the students and charges a course fee. Instructors can also perform skill evaluations.

Registration Process

This process is for those who are currently an instructor for another nationally recognized curriculum provider (such as the American Heart Association or American Red Cross)

Step 1

Course to Evaluate / Teach Skill Evaluator / Instructor Course to Take
ProCPR ProCPR
ProFirstAid Advanced ProCPR
ProFirstAid ProFirstAid (or above)
ProFirstAid Basic ProFirstAid Basic (or above)
ProBloodBorne* ProBloodBorne (or above)
*BloodBorne is only available as an instructor course.

Step 2

AHA Card

Fax or e-mail a copy of your current skill evaluator or instructor certification card.

Step 3

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Have or purchase the appropriate training equipment for the courses you wish to teach or evaluate.