About the Role:
The CPR and AED Training Doctor will play a critical role in leading our initiative to save lives by providing essential training on Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and the use of Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs). This part-time or contract position is an opportunity to make a significant impact on public health and contribute to e2D World School's mission, encapsulated by our motto, "We Save Life and Living."
1.Design and deliver CPR and AED training programs to diverse groups, including students, professionals, and the general public.
2.Develop course materials and resources to facilitate effective training sessions.
3.Stay updated on the latest CPR and AED guidelines and best practices.
4.Organize and conduct practical hands-on training sessions, including simulations of real-life emergency situations.
5.Assess and evaluate participants' performance during training sessions and provide constructive feedback.
6.Maintain records of training sessions and participant progress.
7.Collaborate with other healthcare professionals and organizations to promote CPR and AED awareness.
8.Act as a resource for CPR and AED-related inquiries and provide guidance on emergency response procedures.
1.Medical Doctor or equivalent degree with specialization in 2.Emergency Medicine or related field.
3.Certification in CPR and AED instruction.
4.Strong knowledge of CPR and AED techniques and guidelines.
5.Excellent communication and teaching skills.
6.Empathetic and patient with a passion for educating and empowering others.
7.Previous experience in CPR and AED instruction is a plus.
8.Ability to adapt training methods to different audiences and age groups.
About the Company
e2D World School is a world-class academic institution based in Minnesota, USA. We have a range of services that include Language and Art, Math and Science, Dual-Diploma for High School and College students. Our unique offering combines traditional classroom learning and Experiential Learning through transitional employment, study abroad, civic engagement, and education entrepreneurship programs. Before anyone can be an e2D lifelong learning member, the scholar must become an earned staff member of the program.
We believe: "To learn you must earn as well".