Becoming an American Safety & Health Institute instructor is a cost-effective option to other nationally recognized programs.
The Instructor Development Course
(IDC) from the American Safety & Health Institute
will allow you to teach ASHI courses. During this course you will learn new methods that
involve, influence and facilitate adult learning while refining your teaching skills. The
course covers a proven, standardized method of teaching topics like First aid, CPR and
AED with high effectiveness. You will also be provided with the reasons and dynamics
behind each topic or visual presentation.
There are two methods of becoming an ASHI Instructor.
- Non-Current Health & Safety Instructors:
Instructor candidates are required to present a Student/Provider level card (of
the program they wish to instruct, for example: CPR, First Aid, Bloodborne
Pathogens) before admission to a 2 day IDC. Instructor Candidates must
demonstrate a strong cognitive grasp of the subject material and be able to
proficiently demonstrate all skills taught in the student level program.
- Current Health & Safety Instructors:
If you are a current and valid instructor from another organization (AHA,
ARC, and NSC) or equivalent, you can be “Grandfathered” into ASHI. Will
need to provide copies of your current certifications and is suggested to attend
a one-day “Grandfather” IDC course.
At the end of the IDC course, students who successfully complete the course will have
their paperwork sent to ASHI Headquarters, who will send the Instructor Certification.
Become an American Safety & Health Institute instructor and you can
- Make a difference in others' lives as well as your own
- Train co-workers and others in your company or organization
- Give your time to help others learn to save lives
- Teach a variety of courses including first aid, CPR, AED, Bloodborne Pathogen and much more!
- Gain valuable teaching experience--and receive great training
- Put years of valuable teaching experience to good use
- Benefit from top-notch ASHI materials that make learning--and teaching--easy and fun.