NRP Instructor Course

Course Information

Course Code

NE803

Instruction Method

In class- Please see prerequisites

Fee

$289

Length

7 hours: 9:00 am-5:00 pm. Detailed information to be emailed 2-3 weeks prior to the start date. Upcoming Course dates: Nov 7,2015; Feb 20,2016; Apr 2,2016; Aug13,2016

Instructor(s)

Marion Deland RNC-NIC, MN

Learner Outcomes

Designed around the Canadian guidelines for NRP instructors, this course uses group discussion that is based on the pre-course reading materials. As part of the curriculum, you will be given the opportunity to demonstrate your knowledge and skills in teaching stations.

Evaluation Method

Practical skills evaluation at the course. Following successful completion of the course, you must successfully ‘team teach’ an NRP Provider Course supervised by an NRP Instructor Trainer in order to obtain official NRP Instructor status. You are responsible for instructor registration fees with the Canadian Pediatric Society.

Intended For

This course is suited for Physicians, registered nurses, registered midwives and registered respiratory therapists who may be required to resuscitate newborn babies. Other health professionals may be eligible if approved by their Provincial NRP Committee.

This course is available for onsite delivery. Please email ce@michener.ca for information.

Credits: NRP is approved for Mainpro-C credits (College of Family Physicians of Canada) and Maintenance of Certification Section 2 credits (Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada).The individual regulatory bodies determine what qualifies for credits according to their program. The Canadian Society of Respiratory Therapists allocates 1 credit per educational hour. Physicians, nurses, respiratory therapists and emergency medical technicians are eligible for up to 9 hours of continuing education credit. Actual credit assigned will depend on the number of lessons completed.


Note:

Application Procedure: course code APPNE803

 

Text Book

Not included in course fee. Neonatal Resuscitation Instructor Manual (2011) ISBN13:978-1-58110-501-8 and NRP Textbook 6th Edition (with DVD and Canadian Treatment Recommendations Addendum) ISBN-13:978-1-58110-498-1

Location

The Michener Institute, 222 St. Patrick Street, Toronto, ON - unless indicated otherwise

Certificate Program

Following successful completion of the course, you must successfully ‘team teach’ an NRP Provider Course supervised by an NRP Instructor Trainer in order to obtain official NRP Instructor status. You are responsible for instructor registration fees with the Canadian Pediatric Society.

Prerequisites

Application Procedure: course code APPNE803

Text book not included in course fees: Neonatal Resuscitation Instructor Manual (2011) ISBN13:978-1-58110-501-8 and NRP Textbook 6th Edition (with DVD and Canadian Treatment Recommendations Addendum) ISBN-13:978-1-58110-498-1. These manuals can be purchased through Canadian Pediatric Society Bookstore

NRP Instructor Course dates:
November 7,2015
February 20,2016
April 2,2016

August 13,2016

 

 

 

Topics Covered

Topics include:
• Characteristics of a neonatal resuscitation program instructor
• The 4 educational principles of the Neonatal Resuscitation Program
• Developing your skills as an instructor
• Evaluate neonatal resuscitation performance
• Identify resources required for a Neonatal Resuscitation Program

NRP Instructor Course – Continuing Education

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