What Supplies To Bring To Every Class The time has come for you to teach your first class. The question you may have is what should I bring to class.
How Big Should My Classes Be You may ask yourself as a new instructor "How many students should I limit my class too?" The answer to that question for any
Keeping Your Students Focused If you have never taught before, or even if you have taught kids before, believe it or not, adults can be just as challenging as kids.
Time Management I have had many new instructors ask me over the years, what is the hardest part of teaching a CPR class. My answer always is time management. Face
You have spent a small fortune getting certified, plus countless hours studying and practicing your hands-on skills, probably even did a couple dry-run classes with friends and family to get
Although cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) may seem complex at first, music offers a great option to take the guesswork out of teaching and performing CPR. The American Heart Association (AHA) recommends performing
10. Networking / Opportunity Knocks - Networking is a great way to share ideas and knowledge. Whether it’s asking for feedback or discussing your point of view, it will help you expand your