REC Instructor / Trainer First Aid Training

A four day (24 hour) course. The trainer programme is designed to introduce a systematic method of training candidates to provide emergency care. Topic learning and presentations intermixed with scenarios of real situations.

More information:

The programme is a five step process:

  • Core knowledge: valid standard course • advanced course • first aid experience
  • Training skills: 4 day trainer • assignments • video assessment • external assessment
  • Observation: observe foundation level course • logbook for recording attendance
  • Supervision: Supervised training with registered trainer
  • Registration: Recommendation by two registered trainers • independent trainer


The Content

The course is progressive, each session utilizes previous modules. Assignments are integrated throughout the course. The course includes:

  • Code of Practice: ACOP • 1974 H&S at Work Act • equality • safety • assignments
  • Presentation: presentation skills • communication • dealing with candidates • audiovisuals
  • Teaching: teaching skills • lesson plans • learning outcomes • planning • assignments
  • Coaching: small groups • skill development • demonstrating • feedback
  • Assessing: observing • questions • productive assessment • constructive assessment
  • Video analysis: presentations • teaching • coaching • assessing • feedback • assignments
  • Development: new developments • research • assignments • cpr


The Assessment

  • The Instructor award is assessed by: observing training • observing assessing • oral • written assignments

The Candidates

  • All candidates wishing to deliver the REC scheme must have completed a REC 2 day emergency course to understand the philosophy of REC, completed the advanced course and have an in-date HSE certificate for First Aid at Work.


The Qualification

To become a recognised REC trainer you must complete the following steps:

  • Attend 4 day Instructor/Trainer course and complete all assignments given
  • Observe a number of REC trainers
  • Teach on first aid courses under the supervision of qualified REC trainers
  • Submit written recommendations from REC trainers
  • Submit teaching file
  • Keep an up-to-date portfolio for continued professional development
14
May
2018

14-05-2018 9:00 am - 18-05-2018 5:00 pm
Getafix HQ
Getafix HQ
Tyn yr Ardd, Carrog
£1,500.00

Now includes the newly-required teaching qualification (SVQ Unit in Learning & Development) as part of the 5 day course.

£1,500.00 8
12
Nov
2018

12-11-2018 9:00 am - 16-11-2018 5:00 pm
Getafix HQ
Getafix HQ
Tyn yr Ardd, Carrog
£1,500.00

Now includes the newly-required teaching qualification (SVQ Unit in Learning & Development) as part of the 5 day course.

£1,500.00 8