ALS:
You need to teach on at least four courses over four years. Teaching on the ILS course does not count towards the teaching requirement for ALS Instructors. However, teaching on a Generic Instructor Course (GIC) can count as one course every two years.

 

EPALS: 

You need to teach on at least four courses over four years. Teaching two pILS courses equates to one EPALS course and can be counted as one full EPALS course, and a Generic Instructor Course (GIC) can count as one course every two years.


ARNI: 
You need to teach on at least one course a year, and combined ARNI and NLS instructors must teach on six days over two years. This must include one ARNI and one NLS course over this period.  The remaining three days may be a combination of NLS, ARNI and can include one GIC course.


 NLS, ILS, pILS: 

You need to teach on at least two courses per year.


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