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AHA

At Key Medical we offer American Heart Association Instructor courses. Basic Life Support, Advanced Cardiac Life Support, ACLS for the Experienced Provider and Pediatric Advanced Life Support

Key medical Resources

As an American Heart Association Instructor, Key Medical Resources will inform you of the many ways you may use your instructor skills. Attached are steps to become an American Heart Association Instructor. If you have questions please contact Terry Rudd, Training Center Coordinator 951 520-3116 or [email protected]

Interested in Teaching Other Courses?

Key Medical Resources has an interest in having talented instructors to provide excellent training for our participants. A process of observation and mentoring is our method for bring new instructors on board. If you have questions please contact Terry Rudd, President/CEO 951 520-3116 or [email protected]

Our approach and philosophy

“Kindness Matters”. The health care field is full of diversity. As an instructor it’s important to remember that everyone learns differently and your success is directly connected to the success of your students. Expertise, kindness, patience and empathy are all characteristics of our KMR instructors.

Steps to becoming an AHA Instructor

AHA BLS, ACLS, ACLS-EP or PALS Instructor Course Day 1

Instructor Candidates will need the following before attending the instructor course:

  • Provider card
  • Instructor Package and Training Center Alignment
  • Instructor Orientation required as a Key Medical Instructor 
  • other requirements before attending this day.
  • Download the form below to learn more.

Request Copy of Certification

Please verify information is correct before submitting your request.

We will contact you to complete physical copy requests.

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