TRAINING CENTER FACULTY/ INSTRUCTOR Update Outline for the MnSCU Multi-Regional TrainingCenter I. Introduction of Instructors and TCF in room--they are your resourcesII. AHA Hierarchy National headquartered in Dallas Regional MN/WI ECC Committee going away in 2019. MN training centers willdisseminate info to instructors Training Center Coordinators—35 in MN, Gayle Steiner is TCC for MnSCU MRTCContact info: 651-201-1796 or email@example.com Training Center Faculty (experienced instructors, QA partner with MRTC.They teach instructor classes and do instructor monitoring. Must be current instructor.Appointed and trained by training center coordinator. Instructors (do provider level classes, key to community training #’s)( 3,000 Instructors in MRTC) The MRTC on average trains 100,000 students per year.III. Aligning with TC AHA requires all instructors to be aligned with a training center as a base of support.You do this by registering on the AHA Instructor Network and aligning with us.The MRTC puts your AHA ID# on your instructor card.This site is an on-going resource (issuing eCards, forms, updates, Program AdministrationManual located under Additional Tools) MRTC—we are national, and can move with you if you teach around the country. Database/web/online ordering and rental of equipment is unique. Instructor Re-certification Must attend a classroom renewal course every 2 years.See Program Administration Manual pg 54.Ideally good to renew within the Training Center. Ok to recert at another TC,but need our Instructor Profile form to stay with MRTC.Instructor Profile form-use only for those joining the MRTC, other generic AHAforms in PAM for non-MRTC instructors attending an MRTC Instructor course.Send in Profile form when all completed/ monitoring form dues AHA I.N. registration.If a card has not been received within a week call us.Call Gayle 651-201-1796 for AHA questions/ course issuesCall Kelli, MRTC Asst. at 651-201-1795 for website support/ordering/billingsIV. Resources: www.heart.org & www.onlineaha.org & www.AHAInstructorNetwork.org Various AHA apps/YouTube for Hands Only courses and FAST stroke assessment info Program Administration Manual—rule book for instructors and Training Centers. MRTC Website: Google “MnSCU MRTC”, forms, database for entering classes,ordering materials online http://tinyurl.com/MRTC-OnlineOrderingSite ECC Provider Course Matrix—lists classes that you can teach with your certification,see MRTC website: ates/index.htmlunder Resources Instructor Manuals for specific courses w/lesson maps & Skills Checklists musthave at all classes you teach, lots of new info in the most current manuals.Most helpful are the agendas, equipment lists, skills checklists and lesson maps.
V. Courses AHA lowered the price on Online HS courses 15-20 (incl bk), books 2.50, cards 19. BLS Provider New BLS renewal course DVD and there are lesson maps on the AHA I.N. HeartCode Part 1, online and Part 2 in the classroom—new requirements for practice.Accelerated versions (less practice) for ACLS and BLS available. Agendas on AHA I.N.VI. Miscellaneous Manikins –discuss cleaning, have Safety Data Sheet for bleach solution for OSHA. Jan. 2019 Feedback Manikin/Device requirement to measure rate/depth. Peds coming. 4 HS in K-12 Schools cards for students & staff, use same HS curriculum Instructors keep: roster-w/test scores, skills checklists & evals. x 3yrs for possible audit CEUs: you can give certificates of attendance date/course/hrs/instructor & credentials, courseobjectives are in the instructor and student manuals. Up to student to see if course meets CEUcriteria.Cards: you must give a card for any certification course (BLS and HS). E-cards will be required as we run out of our paper card supply. You can use up yourhard copy cards they won’t expire. My Card User Guide on MRTC website on Ordering Materials page/eCard Section(and on AHA Instructor Network). The same directions are on each page of the eCardsite (video & written). H a r d c o p y c a r d s & e C a r d s d iscounted if purchased by the 96-pack.Must print hardcopy cards. No handwriting. Tips on website on Ordering Materials page. Monitoring of Instructors New Instructors (monitored before teaching on their own) andrenewing (within the 2 year certification period). Come to renewal class with this completed.New monitoring form on website under Forms/Instructor Forms & in Profile form. Heart Safe Community Project Promotes CPR training for bystanders. If meet all the criteria,signage under city or town name to say “Heart Safe City”. Google or here is the fe.html MN Resuscitation Consortium grant available for training projects.www.mrc.umn.edu great resource for AED registration questions also (see below). You’re the Cure all AHA members to join. Keeps you in the loop on MN heartrelated political nationally and locally issues. No obligation, just join px . Bill passed to have an AEDmaintenance plan, including registering. Heart Walks around the state. Looking for volunteers to staff AED or CPR demos, dWestAffiliate?pg entry&fr id 3161 MN Sudden Cardiac Arrest Survivor’s Network a good resource to enhance your classes.VII. Cover QuestionsTCFUpdateAug2018.doc
ACLS New Instructor Course AgendaPrerequisites:The instructor candidate needs a current ACLS Provider card;Instructor candidate to contact a training center to align and purchase a ACLS Instructor Manual;TCF emails instructor candidate the ACLS Instructor Workbook to read & bring to class.Candidate to register on the www.AHAInstructorNetwork.org and bring AHA ID# to class;If already registered on this site for another discipline, then just add ACLS under Courses.V. Candidate to take the ACLS Instructor Essentials Course on the www.OnlineAHA.org site andbring the certification of completion to class.I.II.III.IV.Day One: 8 hoursI. Introduction:A. Self & students.B. Discuss agenda of full course (verify prerequisites completed, classroom agenda, and course monitoringrequirement).C. Address any student questions from online pre-test or readingsII. Hand-out ACLS Instructor Profile forms.III. View ACLS Instructor Essentials DVD.IV. Test out on skills, using the ACLS Skills Checklists in the Profile packet.Go over each of the skills in the Profile packet only one CPR/Airway/Megacode required.V. Give the ACLS Instructor written exam and correct. Passing is 84%.BREAKVI. Show the ACLS Product & Course Orientation on the AHA Instructor Network.VII. Show and discuss ACLS Instructor manualsA.Preparing section-- very informativeB.Teaching sectionC.Testing & RemediationD.ResourcesE.Appendices –1. Appendix A Learning Station, MegaCode & Debriefing Scenarios2. Appendix B Testing checklists, Learning Station checklists 3. Appendix C- Additional Sample agendasF.Part 6: Lesson MapsG.Discuss the HeartCode agenda and the Accelerated Heartcode agendaVII. Go over the Instructor Update formVIII. Offer mentoring opportunities if possible. Set up plan for monitoring of first class.IX. Candidate or TCF to keep ACLS Instructor Profile forms until monitoring is done.Then send in Profile form & dues payment to the MnSCU MRTC address on the packet.X. Answer Questions and have student complete ACLS Instructor Evaluation form.ACLSInstructorEssentialsCourseAgendaJune2017
Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support Course RosterEmergency Cardiovascular Care ProgramsCourse InformationLead InstructorACLS CourseACLS Update CourseHeartCode ACLSACLS EPACLS InstructorACLS EP InstructorLead Instructor ID#Card Expiration DateTraining CenterTraining Center ID#Training Site Name (if applicable)AddressCity, State ZIPCourse LocationCourse Start Date/TimeCourse End Date/TimeTotal Hours of InstructionNo. of Cards IssuedStudent-Manikin RatioIssue Date of CardsAssisting Instructor(Attach copy of instructor aligned with a TC other than the primary TC)Name and Instructor ID#Card Exp. DateName and Instructor ID#220.127.116.11.18.104.22.168.Card Exp. DateI verify that this information is accurate and truthful and that it may be confirmed. This course was taught in accordance with AHA guidelines.Signature of Lead InstructorKJ1216 BLS4/16 2016 American Heart AssociationDate
Course ParticipantsDateCourseName and EmailPlease PRINT as you wish your name to appear on your card. Please printemail address legibly.22.214.171.124.126.96.36.199.9.10.KJ1216 BLS4/16 2016 American Heart AssociationLead InstructorMailing Address/TelephoneLead Instr. ID#Complete/IncompleteRemediation/DateCompleted(if applicable)
ACLS InstructorCourse EvaluationPlease answer the following questions about thecourse content.1. The course learning objectives were clear.a. Yesb. NoOptional questions:Were there any strengths or weaknesses of the coursethat you would like to comment on?2. The overall level of difficulty of the course wasa. Too hardb. Too easyc. Appropriate3. The content was presented clearly.a. Yesb. No4. The quality of videos and written materials wasa. Excellentb. Goodc. Faird. PoorWhat would you like to see in future courses developedby the AHA?Please answer the following questions about yourskill mastery.1. I am confident I can use the skills the coursetaught me.a. Yesb. Noc. Not sure2. I feel confident I can assess students’ skillsperformance and manage a class effectively.a. Yesb. Noc. Not sure3. I took this course to obtain professional educationcredit or continuing education credit.a. Yesb. Noc. Not applicableAlternatively, you can send the evaluation to yourTraining Center. Ask your Faculty member for thecontact information.KJ0920 ACLS INST R3/16 2016 American Heart AssociationAfter Completing This EvaluationPlease return this evaluation to your Faculty memberbefore you leave the class.If you have significant problems or concerns with yourcourse, please contact the AHA at 877-AHA-4CPR.
Multi-Regional Training CenterACLS Instructor Check List Check that all pages filled out completely, must have an email address Enter courses you taught in the MRTC database (4 Minimum)http://mymrtc.org/ Pay for MRTC biennial membership dues (see last page for instructions) Sign last page Mail or email completed Profile FormInstructors:Please note: the Minnesota State MRTC Instructor Profile Form should beused for any Instructor Certification classes. Section A of this form should bere-submitted whenever any personal information in Section A changes or youmay access your information and change online yourself.The completion of this form confirms that you have successfullycompleted your Instructor Course (initial or renewal) per the AHA standards.Members of the Minnesota State MRTC, will receive an American HeartAssociation, Instructor card and a packet of materials from the MRTCregarding resources (website/database/online ordering, etc.).If you are not currently a member but would like to join our Multi-RegionalTraining Center, please see the “Joining the MRTC” page in this form, or call651-201-1795 or x1796Any missing information will delay the process of updating yourinstructor status and may lead ot suspension of account
ACLS Instructor/Experienced Instructor Profile FormMinnesota State – Multi-Regional Training Center30 7th St. E, Suite 350, Wells Fargo Place, St. Paul, MN 55101-7804Toll Free: 800-311-3143Office: 651-201-1795Fax: 651-649-5409Section A: Instructor Profile Information-- This section is for information on instructors applying formembership or who are renewing their membership with the Minnesota State MRTC. Please complete and return Section Aany time this information changes or update on your database information page.Applicants’ Name: MRTC Member #Home Address: AHA ID #City:State: Zip Code:County of Residence: Preferred e-mail Address**Must have an email addressTelephone Numbers: Home WorkEmployers’ Name:Address: City:State: Zip Code:Fax:Year you started teaching ACLS:Specialized Health Care Qualifications (R.N., L.P.N., EMT, etc.)Last Date of last Renewal: Instructor Name:ACLS Essential Course Completion Date (form attached if new Instructor):
ACLS Instructor/Experienced Documentation RecordSection BI certify that this student has successfully completed the ACLS Instructor Course including the ACLSpractical and written evaluations in accordance with the standards of the American Heart Association and theMinnesota State’s Multi-Regional Training Center.Course Director:SignaturePhysician Instructor*:Print NamePrint Name* If a physican was not in the classroom, then list name of physician available for consult during this course.Date of Course:Section CRequesting AHA Card for:Course Location: OneACLS Instructor-or-ACLS Experienced Provider Instructor OneInitial Course-or-Renewal Course( if Yes)ACLS Training Center FacultyACLS Instructor Written Test Score:Skills (Critical Actions):PassFailRemediateMinimum Teaching Requirements:Note: Re-Certifying Instructors must teach/assist in a minimum of four provider classes in two years.MRTC Faculty must teach/assist in four classes and at least one Instructor course.Instructors: If entered on line here:then you do not need to list below.Otherwise please list minimum required dates taught (if not online):Provider: 1) Date:Course:# of Students:2)3)4)-ORTraining Center Faculty: If entered online here:then you do not need to list below.Otherwise please list minimum required dates taught (if not online):Instructor: 1) Date:Course:# of Students:2)3)4)To enter classes online login http://mymrtc.org/ then click “Enter Courses” in the navigation pane on the left.
Airway ManagementSkills Testing ChecklistStudent Name Date of Test if donecorrectlyCritical Performance StepsBLS Assessment and InterventionsChecks for responsiveness Taps and shouts, “Are you OK?”Activates the emergency response system Shouts for nearby help/Activates the emergency response system and gets the AEDor Directs second rescuer to activate the emergency response system and get the AEDChecks breathing Scans chest for movement (5-10 seconds)Checks pulse (5-10 seconds)Breathing and pulse check can be done simultaneouslyNotes that pulse is present and does not initiate chest compressions or attach AEDInserts oropharyngeal or nasopharyngeal airwayAdministers oxygenPerforms effective bag-mask ventilation for 1 minute Gives proper ventilation rate (once every 5-6 seconds) Gives proper ventilation speed (over 1 second) Gives proper ventilation volume ( half a bag)STOP TESTInstructor Notes Place a in the box next to each step the student completes successfully. If the student does not complete all steps successfully (as indicated by at least 1 blank check box), the student must receiveremediation. Make a note here of which skills require remediation (refer to Instructor Manual for information about remediation).Test ResultsCheck PASS or NR to indicate pass or needs remediation:PASSNRInstructor Initials Instructor Number Date 2016 American Heart Association
Adult High-Quality BLSSkills Testing ChecklistStudent NameDate of TestHospital Scenario: “You are working in a hospital or clinic, and you see a person who has suddenly collapsed in thehallway. You check that the scene is safe and then approach the patient. Demonstrate what you would do next.”Prehospital Scenario: “You arrive on the scene for a suspected cardiac arrest. No bystander CPR has been provided.You approach the scene and ensure that it is safe. Demonstrate what you would do next.”Assessment and Activation Checks responsiveness Checks breathing Shouts for help/Activates emergency response system/Sends for AED Checks pulseOnce student shouts for help, instructor says, “Here’s the barrier device. I am going to get the AED.”Cycle 1 of CPR (30:2)*CPR feedback devices preferred for accuracyAdult CompressionsAdult Breaths Performs high-quality compressions*: Gives 2 breaths with a barrier device: Hand placement on lower half of sternum 30 compressions in no less than 15 and no morethan 18 seconds Compresses at least 2 inches (5 cm) Complete recoil after each compressionCycle 2 of CPR (repeats steps in Cycle 1) Compressions Breaths Each breath given over 1 second Visible chest rise with each breath Resumes compressions in less than10 secondsOnly check box if step is successfully performed Resumes compressions in less than 10 secondsRescuer 2 says, “Here is the AED. I’ll take over compressions, and you use the AED.”AED (follows prompts of AED) Powers on AED Safely delivers a shock Correctly attaches pads Clears for analysis Clears to safely deliver a shockResumes Compressions Ensures compressions are resumed immediately after shock delivery Student directs instructor to resume compressions or Second student resumes compressionsSTOP TESTInstructor Notes Place a in the box next to each step the student completes successfully. If the student does not complete all steps successfully (as indicated by at least 1 blank check box), the student must receiveremediation. Make a note here of which skills require remediation (refer to Instructor Manual for information about remediation).Test ResultsCheck PASS or NR to indicate pass or needs remediation:PASSNRInstructor Initials Instructor Number Date 2016 American Heart Association
Megacode Testing Checklist: Scenarios 1/3/8Bradycardia Pulseless VT PEA PCACStudent Name Date of Test if donecorrectlyCritical Performance StepsTeam LeaderEnsures high-quality CPR at all timesAssigns team member rolesEnsures that team members perform wellBradycardia ManagementStarts oxygen if needed, places monitor, starts IVPlaces monitor leads in proper positionRecognizes symptomatic bradycardiaAdministers correct dose of atropinePrepares for second-line treatmentPulseless VT ManagementRecognizes pVTClears before analyze and shockImmediately resumes CPR after shocksAppropriate airway managementAppropriate cycles of drug–rhythm check/shock–CPRAdministers appropriate drug(s) and dosesPEA ManagementRecognizes PEAVerbalizes potential reversible causes of PEA (H’s and T’s)Administers appropriate drug(s) and dosesImmediately resumes CPR after rhythm checksPost–Cardiac Arrest CareIdentifies ROSCEnsures BP and 12-lead ECG are performed, O2 saturation is monitored, verbalizes need forendotracheal intubation and waveform capnography, and orders laboratory testsConsiders targeted temperature managementSTOP TESTTest ResultsCheck PASS or NR to indicate pass or needs remediation:PASSNRInstructor Initials Instructor Number DateLearning Station Competency Cardiac Arrest Bradycardia Tachycardia Immediate Post–Cardiac Arrest Care Megacode Practice 2016 American Heart Association
Megacode Testing Checklist: Scenarios 4/7/10Tachycardia VF PEA PCACStudent Name Date of Test if donecorrectlyCritical Performance StepsTeam LeaderEnsures high-quality CPR at all timesAssigns team member rolesEnsures that team members perform wellTachycardia ManagementStarts oxygen if needed, places monitor, starts IVPlaces monitor leads in proper positionRecognizes unstable tachycardiaRecognizes symptoms due to tachycardiaPerforms immediate synchronized cardioversionVF ManagementRecognizes VFClears before analyze and shockImmediately resumes CPR af
Instructor candidate to contact a training center to align and purchase a ACLS Instructor Manual; III. TCF emails instructor candidate the ACLS Instructor Workbook to read & bring to class. IV. Candidate to register on the www.AHAInstructorNetwork.org and bring AHA ID# to class; If already registered on this site for another discipline, then just add ACLS under Courses. V. Candidate to take .
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American Heart Association Emergency Cardiovascular Care Program Instructor Monitor Tool Instructor Monitor Tool Revised: January 2018 Instructions: Training Center Faculty (TCF) or Regional Faculty (RF) should use this form to assess the competencies of instructor candidates and renewing instructors. For each competency, there are several indicators or behaviors that the instructor may .
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