Emergency Care Instructors must adapt to each CPR class to address different learning styles, questions and student backgrounds. But what ultimately makes an effective CPR class?
Effective CPR classes have an Instructor with:
- Good communication skills, both verbal and nonverbal.
- A commitment to improve their teaching abilities.
- A passion for helping students build the confidence to respond during a medical emergency.
Check out the HSI Emergency Care blog to learn how Instructors can improve their CPR classes.
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