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First Aid Instructors Course Birmingham
Posted by David Cant on December 18, 2009
5 Comments

How do you fancy becoming a First Aid Instructor….carry on reading.

Our Training Partner has now been accredited to provide 7303 (PTTLS) Preparing to teach in the lifelong learning sector.

The opportunity for the right caliber of person to become a self employed freelance associate trainer within 10 days is now achievable, this means as part of the package they will be in a position to provide First Aid Training (accredited) as soon as they complete the course and have results back.

The course takes place over a 10 day period, the modules covered are.

  • Learning Domains for PTTLS
  • Assessing learners using a range of methods
  • Planning and Enabling learning
  • Micro teaching techniques

This will be followed by a in depth course covering First Aid techniques, for which we issue a accredited in date 3 day First Aid at Work certificate, we also supply instructor packs containing, lesson plans, power point, assessment paperwork, and most importantly the support of shadowing a dedicated mentor to gain experience and competence.

This gives the candidate the opportunity to come on board initially with C Company as a trainer, and also to form their own network of clients with our help and guidance.

This is an exceptional opportunity, however the students have to be of the correct standard required to achieve a Level 3 standard for PTTLS. A good standard of literacy is required, this course can also apply to your own staff.

The opportunity to progress and gain 7304 CTTLS  this gives you Associate Teacher Status, once again the company will deliver this course.

The cost of 7303 PTTLS combined with First Aid Instructor Course is:  £700.00 per client, but what an opportunity to become a trainer and earn up to £150.00 per day and as you gain experience maybe more.

Full ongoing support after the course will be available, including advice on self employment.

The courses will take place either at our centre in Tyseley or in Lichfield, or of course we can come to you.

About 

David Cant is a Chartered Safety and Health Practitioner with a brain you can pick. Fluent in practical advice. He has a wealth of Industry experience and is the Director of life at Veritas Consulting.

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5 Comments

  1. julie mckeever
    February 11, 2010 at 3:36 pm

    I am RGN at local A&E and wish to become a First Aid instructor can you help

  2. August 27, 2010 at 12:48 am

    Being a qualified first aid instructor sounds like a potentially meaningful way to do good and earn some decent money while you’re at it. The first couple of minutes after an accident are the critical ones, and having people trained in first aid is a must to reduce the risk of fatalities after industrial accidents, which can be quite messy. How do you train people to deal with blood and gore? None of the first aid courses I’ve attended have actually offered something like a visit to an emergency ward to get used to the sight of blood.

  3. Simon Peters
    October 14, 2010 at 5:06 pm

    Hi, I am interested in becoming a fist aid instructor.
    I already have a level 3 standard in PTLLS.
    Please can you advise me what the best course would be to achieve this.

    regards Simon

  4. October 13, 2015 at 11:23 am

    Beware as Claire Currie and her friends are in the courts facing in injunction hearings and will no doubt disappear only to show up with a new identity in another area.

  5. Sarah Grimmett
    July 18, 2017 at 12:19 pm

    Hi there
    I’m a registered nurse who due to ill health has been informed that practicing as a nurse is not a viable option. I’m pttlls qualified but have been out of the training world for several years now. (7) I would like to develop my teaching skills and become a first aid trainer and wondered what my best route is

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