CPR Instructor Frequent Asked Questions
CPR and BLS Instructor Training $250
Step 6 – How to become a CPR Instructor
CPR Training School is an American Heart Association Training Center.
Are you thinking about becoming a CPR Instructor a a full or part-time business opportunity? Do you want to teach people to save lives? We can help.
The course content is based on the American Heart Association guidelines and standards for the adult learning model where participants view a scenario, compare teaching principles, and determine which skills need to be enhanced to make training effective. Using modular instruction, the course teaches these five general competencies identified by the International Board of Standards for Training, Performance and Instruction.
CPR Instructor Training Days
CPR Instructor training is a two day course. We offer the Instructor training course every Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday. Class time is from 9:00 Am to 3:00 PM. It is a two day course but you can create your own schedule and come any two days. Example: Attend Class two Saturdays in a row.
Who Can Attend Instructor Training?
We provide instructor CPR/BLS training to both medical and non-medical student. You do not need to be in the health care field to be a CPR Instructors. Many of our instructors are HR Directors, Construction Managers and people are looking to make extra income. The age limit to be a CPR instructor is 16 years.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do I have to live in Georgia to get Instructor Certification from CPR Training School?
You can live anywhere and be a Certified AHA Instructor
Can I Teach any where I want to teach CPR Classes?
Yes, you are not assigned a territory.
Do I Align with CPR Training School if I get certified through you?
Yes you can Align with CPR Training School and we will provide additional training, consulting, Instructor Card and other services to you.
What about Equipment?
CPR Training School can guide you with all your training equipment supplies.
Please Call or fill out the request form if you have questions.
How Much Can I make as a CPR Instructor?
As of Mar 17, 2020, the average annual pay for a average of a Full and Part-time CPR Instructor in Georgia is $44,010 a year.
While is seeing annual salaries as high as $90,601 and as low as $16,960, the bulk of salaries inside the CPR Instructor jobs category presently range between $32,134 (twenty fifth percentile) to $49,093 (seventy fifth percentile) in Georgia. The average pay range for a CPR Instructor process varies little (about $16,959), which shows that regardless of location, there aren’t many possibilities for increased pay or advancement, even with numerous years of experience.
To estimate the most accurate annual salary range for CPR Instructor jobs, ZipRecruiter continuously scans its database of millions of active jobs published locally throughout America.