Why Should I Become an American Heart CPR Instructor with Texas CPR Training?
Aside from the opportunity to help save lives, there are many benefits to becoming an American Heart Association instructor. From improving chances for career advancement and supplementing your income to enhancing the safety of the community you live and work in, providing courses has endless rewards.
As an American Heart Instructor you can make a difference!
- Corporate employees – take a lead role in or even start your company’s health and safety
- Community members – make the most of your time by teaching lifesaving skills on weekends
or evenings at community centers, churches or businesses
- Teachers – prepare students for practice safety as babysitters, daycare workers and camp
- Healthcare providers – teach nurses, doctors, paramedics, medical techs, etc.
Join Forces with the Leader in Resuscitation Science…
The American Heart Association Forces
Every five years, the American Heart Association, in collaboration with leading international scientific councils, publishes the Guidelines for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Emergency Cardiovascular Care. These guidelines establish treatment standards for CPR courses and emergency cardiovascular care and are the basis for our training programs. As a result, the American Heart Association is the recognized authority in cardiovascular and resuscitation science. American Heart Association training courses are backed by 30–40 years of extensive research and offer the most current science and materials.
For Instructor class dates click here or call Jennifer Khonsari at 214-770-6872 for more information on how you can become an Instructor.