This course is for physicians, nurses or pre-hospital care workers who have current PALS Provider status. Applicants should be currently involved in the care of critically injured pediatric patients, possess exceptional PALS skills and a demonstrated interest in and commitment to the PALS program. Experience in adult education is an asset, but not a requirement. The course content includes planning lessons, understanding characteristics of adult learners, giving effective feedback, planning scenarios, and operating scenario stations. Upon successful completion of the classroom sessions, participants must be monitored during their initial teaching session. This monitored session must be completed within the 12 month period following completion of the classroom component of the PALS Instructor course. Any costs associated with this monitoring are the responsibility of the student and are not included in tuition. The participant is a registered PALS Instructor only upon the successful completion of the monitoring process. (Formerly CPD206) ** VERY IMPORTANT! Please read: PRE-REQUISITES. Current and valid certification in Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada CPR-C (HCP). PLEASE NOTE that ONLY a Heart and Stroke Foundation CPR-C (HCP) course will satisfy this requirement. The ACLS course is a Heart and Sroke Foundation of Canada course. CPR courses completed through Red Cross, St. John Ambulance, etc. DO NOT satisfy the CPR pre-requisite.
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