The route to becoming an RC (UK) Course Instructor begins by attending the relevant provider course.
Candidates who are considered for Instructor Potential (IP) status must hold a professional registration (e.g. GMC, NMC, HCPC). Those candidates who only have access to a voluntary register (e.g. Clinical Physiologists, Physician’s Assistants) are not eligible for IP nomination at this time. If any group subsequently gains professional registration, the decision for that group would be reconsidered by the relevant course subcommittee.
During the final faculty meeting, the faculty may nominate a candidate who shows exceptional ability, aptitude and credibility for IP selection. If you are selected and wish to pursue the training you must attend a Generic Instructor Course (GIC) and successfully complete two teaching practices as an Instructor Candidate (IC) before becoming a full Instructor.
To become an ARNI Instructor you must be an NLS Instructor first. You must also complete at least two teaching practices as an ARNI Instructor Candidate (IC) before you can become a full Instructor.
The route to becoming an ILS/pILS Instructor begins by attending the relevant provider course. The faculty may nominate a candidate for Instructor Potential (IP) selection at the final faculty meeting. If you are selected and wish to pursue the training, you must attend an Immediate Life Support Instructor (ILSi) course and successfully complete two teaching practices as an Instructor Candidate before becoming a fully qualified ILS/pILS instructor.
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