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Preparing for the Course 1,Instructor Essentials Overview 1. Educational Design 1,Steps to Become an Instructor 1. Role of Faculty 1,Find or List a Course 2,Faculty to Instructor Candidate Ratio 2. Room Requirements 2,Course Equipment and Materials 3. Ordering Materials 4,Who Can Take the Course 4, Sample Precourse Letter to Instructor Candidates 5.
Teaching the Course 7,Understanding Icons 7,Using Lesson Plans 7. ACLS Instructor Essentials Course Outline 8, Sample ACLS Instructor Essentials Course Agenda 10. ACLS Instructor Essentials Course,Faculty Lesson Plans ACLS IE 1 41. February 23 2018,2017 American Heart Association,Preparing for. the Course, Instructor Essentials Welcome to the American Heart Association AHA Advanced Cardiovascular Life.
Overview Support ACLS Instructor Essentials Course The Instructor Essentials Course is. designed to prepare instructor candidates to teach AHA instructor led and blended. learning course formats The course educates participants on how to adequately use. instructor teaching materials ensure that students meet learning objectives offer stu. dent coaching skills provide an objective skills performance evaluation and follow AHA. Instructor and course policies The course covers core content and discipline specific. content required to teach AHA courses, Educational Design The ACLS Instructor Essentials Course is taught in a blended learning format To. become an AHA ACLS Instructor candidates must complete the online portion fol. lowed by the hands on session which is classroom based The online portion of the. course contains both core content and discipline specific modules to prepare the. instructor candidates for the hands on session In the classroom Faculty will continue. preparing instructor candidates to become AHA Instructors by focusing on in depth. material about the ACLS discipline that candidates will be teaching The hands on ses. sion includes instruction practice and an exam allowing instructor candidates to suc. cessfully use their instructor materials and skills. Steps to Become There are 4 steps to become a ACLS Instructor For successful completion instructor. an Instructor candidates must, 1 Be accepted by an AHA Training Center TC before enrolling in an Instructor. Essentials Course and have a completed Instructor Candidate Application on file. with that TC, 2 Have current AHA Provider status in the discipline for that Instructor Essentials. Course and be proficient in all the skills of that discipline. 3 Successfully complete the Instructor Essentials Course including both the online. and hands on session, 4 Successfully be monitored teaching within 6 months of completing the hands on. session of the Instructor Essentials Course Training Center Coordinators TCCs. may require additional monitoring if needed, Role of Faculty This guide including the Lesson Plans is for ACLS Faculty Regional or TC who will.
be teaching the hands on session of the ACLS Instructor Essentials Course The pur. pose of this Faculty Guide and the Lesson Plans is to provide Faculty with materials. that contain new information and educational practices that are incorporated into the. 2015 product development cycle These materials are to be used as a guide for teach. ing and preparing instructor candidates to become AHA Instructors We thank you for. your continuous efforts in conducting the hands on session of Instructor Essentials. As Faculty your role is critical to successful instructor candidate outcomes During the. course the Faculty should, Facilitate discussions with a focus on desired outcome. Listen to instructor candidates responses and provide feedback to ensure under. standing of learning concepts, Observe instructor candidates actions and coach as needed. Give positive and corrective feedback, Keep discussions and activities on track for optimal learning and use of time in the. Find or List a Course Use the AHA s Find a Course online tool www heart org findacourse to list the TC. profile and or Instructor Essentials Courses scheduled Instructor candidates will then. be able to access this information through the online tool or by phone at 1 877 AHA. 4CPR 1 877 242 4277 This tool is for US courses only. TC profile information is entered in the Instructor Network by the TCC The AHA. encourages TCs to post scheduled courses on the Instructor Network With permission. from the TCC TC Faculty may also post scheduled courses. Many TCs also have websites where they post information about AHA courses. AHA Instructor Network,www ahainstructornetwork org. Faculty to Instructor Keep track of how many people are enrolled in the course Determine how many. Candidate Ratio Faculty members are needed to teach and who will be Lead Faculty The size for each. ACLS Instructor Essentials Course is flexible but it is ideal that 1 Faculty member con. duct an Instructor Essentials Course with up to 7 instructor candidates so as not to. exceed a 1 7 ratio This ratio is ideal because throughout the course there are group. activities where 1 instructor candidate would play the role of instructor and the other. candidates would play the role of students Two manikin stations would be needed for. an instructor course of 7 candidates, Room Requirements When selecting a location for the ACLS Instructor Essentials Course make sure the.
Good acoustics,A clean and well maintained environment. Bright lighting that can be adjusted for video presentations. An instructor controlled video player and a monitor or screen large enough to be. viewed by all instructor candidates,A chair for each instructor candidate. Ideally a firm surface with adequate padding or protection for skills practice eg. carpeted floors sturdy table top padded mats,A table for completing the exam. Preparing for the Course, Course Equipment Once the course has been scheduled contact your TCC for all equipment needed for. and Materials this course Make sure you have any additional support materials needed such as. posters pocket reference cards or emergency crash cart cards. Equipment required for each class held is listed in the table below All equipment used. must be in proper working order and good repair,and Equipment.
1 per Faculty ACLS Instructor Essentials Faculty Guide with Lesson. Program Administration Manual,ACLS Provider Course materials ACLS Instructor. Manual Lesson Plans and videos or course DVD,ACLS Instructor Essentials Course video or course. 1 per instructor Name tag optional,Course agenda,Adult High Quality BLS Skills Testing Checklist. have at least 2 copies,Airway Management Skills Testing Checklist. Cardiac Arrest Bradycardia Tachycardia and Post,Cardiac Arrest Learning Station Checklists.
have at least 2 copies of each,Megacode Testing Checklist. ACLS Instructor Essentials Exam,Instructor Candidate Workbook. ACLS Instructor Manual and ACLS Provider Manual,ACLS Provider Course Exam. Course equipment per Refer to the following sections in the ACLS Provider. learning station practice Course Equipment List for quantity and items. CPR and AED Equipment,Airway and Ventilation,Rhythm Recognition and Electrical Therapy. Recommended Drugs Drug Packages or,Drug Cards,Advanced Airways.
Cleaning Supplies for Use Between Student,Practice and After Course. Ordering Materials If you need to order manikins or support materials check with your TCC or contact. an AHA distributor The distributors are listed on the Instructor Network The TCC is. responsible for ordering all course completion cards. Who Can The ACLS Instructor Essentials Course is an intensive course for instructor candidates. Take the Course who have already successfully completed the ACLS Provider Course The role and. scope of practice of healthcare providers can vary greatly so there are no profession. specific guidelines for becoming an AHA Instructor in a specific discipline Instructor. candidates should exemplify integrity demonstrate strong ethics communicate clearly. and model a dedication to quality of training, ACLS instructor candidates must meet certain requirements before taking the Instructor. Essentials Course Before attending the hands on session facilitated by Faculty all. instructor candidates must,Be at least 18 years of age. Be aligned with an AHA TC, Instructor candidates must have a TC that has agreed to accept them as an. instructor once they have completed Instructor Essentials and their monitoring is. Have a current AHA ACLS Provider course completion card. Be proficient in the skills of ACLS, To measure the proficiency of the skills of ACLS be sure to observe instructor.
candidates during the course If you feel that instructor candidates need to be. retested in their skills of ACLS you can include this as part of the Instructor. Essentials Course,Complete an Instructor Candidate Application. Successfully complete the online portion of Instructor Essentials. If you have any questions about prerequisites please consult your TCC and or refer to. the Program Administration Manual,Preparing for the Course. Sample Precourse The letter below is a sample you may modify and send to instructor candidates attend. Letter to Instructor ing the hands on session of the ACLS Instructor Essentials Course. Candidates,Dear Instructor Candidate, Welcome to the hands on session of the Instructor Essentials Course. Enclosed are the agenda and your copy of the Instructor Manual and. Instructor Candidate Workbook Please bring your Instructor Manual to class to use. during the course Review both the agenda and the Instructor Manual before coming. to class so that you learn more and are more comfortable with the course. The class is scheduled for, Please wear loose comfortable clothing You will be practicing skills that require. working on your hands and knees bending standing and lifting If you have. physical conditions that might prevent you from participating in the course please. tell one of the instructors when you arrive for the course The instructor will work to. accommodate your needs within the stated course completion requirements In the. event that you are ill please notify your instructor to reschedule your training. We look forward to welcoming you on day and date of class If you have any. questions about the course please call name at telephone number. Name Faculty,the Course, Understanding The icons used in the Lesson Plans in this manual and in the ACLS course video are.
Icons there to remind you to take certain actions during the course The Lesson Plans contain. the following icons,Icon Action,Discussion,Play video. Instructor candidate practice,Instructor candidate materials. Using Lesson Plans Use Lesson Plans before and during the course. When How to Use, Before the course Review the Lesson Plans to understand. Objectives for each lesson,Your role for each lesson. Resources that you need for each lesson, Make notes of things you want to remember or add and.
consider preparing a list of questions and answers to use. during a debrief of the lessons, During the course Follow each Lesson Plan as you conduct the course. Make sure you have all the resources equipment and. supplies ready for each lesson, Help the instructor candidates achieve the objectives. identified for each lesson,ACLS Instructor Essentials Course Outline. Approximate course duration without breaks 8 5 hours. Instructor candidate Faculty ratio 7 1 instructor candidate manikin ratio 3 1. Lesson times below are estimates and can vary from course to course. Lesson Plan Actions and,Lesson Course Event,Time Estimate in Minutes. 1 Course Introduction,2 AHA Introduction,Part I American Heart Association Mission.
Part II Instructor Core Competencies,3 ACLS Provider Course Preparation. Part I Course Paperwork,Part II Course Preparation. 4 ACLS Provider Course Overview,Instructor Led,Part I Course Formats. Part II Instructor Materials 15,Part III Learning Objectives and Course. Completion Requirements,5 Life Is Why Activity,6 ACLS Provider Course Lessons 2 4B.
Part I Lesson 2 Learning Station The Sci,ence of Resuscitation. Part II Lesson 3 Systematic Approach 20,Part III Lessons 4A and 4B Learning Testing. Station High Quality BLS,7 ACLS Skills Testing and Remediation. Part I ACLS Skills Testing,Part II Remediation,8 ACLS Provider Course Lessons 5A 6. Part I Lessons 5A 5B Learning Testing Sta,tion Airway Management.
Part II Lesson 5C Learning Testing Sta 30,tion Airway Management Student Practice. Part III Lesson 6 Technology Review,Teaching the Course. Lesson Plan Actions and,Lesson Course Event,Time Estimate in Minutes. 9 ACLS Provider Course Lessons 7A 9,Part I Lessons 7A 7C Learning Station. Acute Coronary Syndromes,Part II Lessons 8A 8D Learning Station 40.
Acute Stroke,Part III Lesson 9 Team Dynamics and,10 ACLS Provider Course Lessons 10A 12. Part I Lessons 10A 10C Learning Station,Cardiac Arrest VF Pulseless. VT Asystole PEA 60,Part II Lesson 11 Learning Station. Vascular Access,Part III Lesson 12 Learning Station. Coping With Death,11 ACLS Provider Course Lessons 13A 15C.
Part I Lessons 13A 13C Learning Station,Bradycardia. Part II Lessons 14A 14C Learning Station 75,Tachycardia Stable and Unstable. Part III Lessons 15A 15C Learning Station,Immediate Post Cardiac Arrest Care. 12 ACLS Provider Course Lessons 16A T6,Part I Lessons 16A 16D Learning Station. Megacode Practice,Part II Lessons T1 T4 Megacode Testing 125.
Part III Lessons T5 T6 Exam and Exam,13 HeartCode ACLS and Update Course. Part I HeartCode ACLS Overview,Part II HeartCode ACLS Hands on Session. Part III ACLS Update Course 15,14 AHA Instructor Resources. Part I Program Administration Manual,Part II Instructor Network. Part III Training Center Specific Policies 20,15 Course Conclusion and Exam.
Part I Course Conclusion,Part II ACLS Instructor Essentials Exam. Sample ACLS Instructor Essentials Course Agenda,7 Instructor Candidates 1 Faculty. Instructor candidate Faculty ratio 7 1 instructor candidate manikin ratio 3 or 4 1. Total time Approximately 10 hours with breaks,8 00 8 10 Lesson 1 Course Introduction. 8 10 8 25 Lesson 2 AHA Introduction,Part I American Heart Association Mission. Part II Instructor Core Competencies, 8 25 8 50 Lesson 3 ACLS Provider Course Preparation.
Part I Course Paperwork,Part II Course Preparation. 8 50 9 05 Lesson 4 ACLS Provider Course Overview Instructor Led. Part I Course Format,Part II Instructor Materials, Part III Learning Objectives and Course Completion Requirements. 9 05 9 10 Lesson 5 Life Is Why Activity, 9 10 9 30 Lesson 6 ACLS Provider Course Lessons 2 4B. Part I Lesson 2 Learning Station The Science of Resuscitation. Part II Lesson 3 Systematic Approach, Part III Lessons 4A and 4B Learning Testing Station High Quality BLS. 9 30 9 45 Break, 9 45 10 10 Lesson 7 ACLS Skills Testing and Remediation.
Part I ACLS Skills Testing,Part II Remediation, 10 10 10 40 Lesson 8 ACLS Provider Course Lessons 5A 6. Part I Lessons 5A 5B Learning Testing Station Airway Management. Part II Lesson 5C Learning Testing Station Airway Management Student Practice Details. Part III Lesson 6 Technology Review, 10 40 11 20 Lesson 9 ACLS Provider Course Lessons 7A 9. Part I Lessons 7A 7C Learning Station Acute Coronary Syndromes. Part II Lessons 8A 8D Learning Station Acute Stroke. Part III Lesson 9 Team Dynamics and Megacode,11 20 12 20 Lunch. 12 20 1 20 Lesson 10 ACLS Provider Course Lessons 10A 12. Part I Lessons 10A 10C Learning Station Cardiac Arrest VF Pulseless VT Asystole PEA. Part II Lesson 11 Learning Station Vascular Access. Part III Lesson 12 Learning Station Coping With Death. 1 20 2 35 Lesson 11 ACLS Provider Course Lessons 13A 15C. Part I Lessons 13A 13C Learning Station Bradycardia. Part II Lessons 14A 14C Learning Station Tachycardia Stable and Unstable. Part III Lessons 15A 15C Learning Station Immediate Post Cardiac Arrest Care. Teaching the Course, 2 35 4 40 Lesson 12 ACLS Provider Course Lessons 16A T6. Part I Lessons 16A 16D Learning Station Megacode Practice. Part II Lessons T1 T4 Megacode Testing,Part III Lessons T5 T6 Exam and Exam Details.
4 40 4 55 Lesson 13 HeartCode ACLS and Update Course. Part I HeartCode ACLS Overview,Part II HeartCode ACLS Hands on Session. Part III ACLS Update Course,4 55 5 10 Break,5 10 5 30 Lesson 14 AHA Instructor Resources. Part I Program Administration Manual,Part II Instructor Network. Part III Training Center Specific Policies,5 30 6 00 Lesson 15 Course Conclusion and Exam. Part I Course Conclusion,Part II ACLS Instructor Essentials Exam.

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