Overview Welcome and Introduction The Fundamental Principles and the Positive Learning Environment Program Update Specialized Instructor Techniques Assessment and Evaluation Technical Skills Administration and Wrap-up
Course Objectives Provide an opportunity to demonstrate and refine technical skills, specifically with regards to evaluation in specialized first aid courses Provide a forum to explore Red Cross program updates Provide Emergency Care Instructors with an opportunity to network, share ideas, provide feedback, discuss concerns and resolve issues
Objectives Upon completion of this session, you will have demonstrated: Commitment to the Fundamental Principles of the Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement Commitment to the roles and responsibilities of an Instructor Commitment to the consistent teaching practice that demonstrates embodiment of the Fundamental Principles
Fundamental Principles Humanity Impartiality Neutrality Independence Voluntary Service Unity Universality
The Positive Learning Environment How do the Fundamental Principles apply to create a positive learning environment? What are the characteristics of a Red Cross Instructor that embodies the Fundamental Principles?
Objectives To provide current information about the Canadian Red Cross and courses using the Emergency Care materials.
First Aid Program Update Emergency Medical Responder First Responder Oxygen Administration CPR/AED Marine Advanced First Aid Marine Basic First Aid PeopleSavers Babysitting Standard Child Care First Aid Emergency Child Care First Aid Advanced First Aid Standard First Aid Emergency First Aid Wilderness & Remote First Aid Advanced Wilderness & Remote First Aid CPR/AED Program Core First Aid Program Caregiver Program Wilderness & Remote First Aid Program Marine First Aid Program Pre-hospital Care Program
Plan and Vision To be the number one provider of quality first aid training and education. Sales & Customer Service Marketing and Business Development Programs and Leadership Development ResearchPublic Education
Scientific Advisory Council and First Aid Technical Advisory Group Develop our customer service culture Implement core goals and objectives Implement and invest in senior technical advisory groups
Leadership Nationally consistent Instructor-level recertification Shift in philosophy to Instructors being the masters of skills and Instructor Trainers masters of Instructor development MITs to conduct IT training across the country, with a focus on developing successful Instructors
Technology Instructors My Red Cross login page Public Shop Red Cross Online registration Participants Online & blended learning Participant portal
Objectives Upon completion of this session, you will have demonstrated: How to run and evaluate a scenario Understanding of when and where to simulate basic illnesses and injuries during a course Ability to simulate basic illnesses and injuries Understanding of safety considerations when simulating illnesses and injuries
Objectives Upon completion of this session, you will have demonstrated: A learner-centred approach to assessment and evaluation. Knowledge of how to effectively use assessment and evaluation tools in Emergency Care.
Assessment Gathering information to find out how well participants are learning. Evaluation Comparing their performance with the accepted standards. Assessment and Evaluation
The Art and Science of Evaluation Principles of evaluation include: Knowing beforehand the basis of evaluation Knowing the methods of evaluation Knowing how acceptable their performance is
Objectives Upon completion of this session, you will be able to: Demonstrate skills as per the Canadian Red Cross standards Clear up common misconceptions and misunderstandings; identify skill discrepancies Have peer Instructors provide effective feedback on evaluation Understand how to find and use new resources as they pertain to technical skills