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I am a St. John Ambulance First Aid and CPR Instructor, and I would like to transfer to become a Red Cross First Aid and CPR/AED Instructor. What is the process?
If you are currently a qualified St. John Ambulance First Aid Instructor you qualify to enrol in a Canadian Red Cross First Aid Instructor Transfer Course.
This course is a 20 hour workshop, designed to build on your existing instructional skills and knowledge, ensure you are fully aware of how to perform the skills as per the Red Cross First Aid program, and to orient you to the various first aid courses offered by the Canadian Red Cross.
More information on transferring your St. John Ambulance First Aid Instructor qualifications to the Red Cross by attending the First Aid Instructor Transfer course can be found here:
I currently work in the aquatics field here in Vancouver, working as both a qualified lifeguard (NLS certified) and a Canadian Red Cross Water Safety Instructor (WSI). I would like to begin teaching Canadian Red Cross first aid and CPR courses. How do I transfer my current instructor certification to the Red Cross First Aid Instructor Program? Is there are First Aid Instructor Transfer Course?
Yes! Your Water Safety Instructor (WSI) certification would qualify you for the Canadian Red Cross First Aid and CPR / AED instructor transfer course. You would also need to be at least 18 years of age, and possess a current Standard First Aid with CPR-HCP certificate.