Workplace instructors perform a key role in promoting high quality learning at the workplace. The workplace instructor provides the student with instruction, guidance, support, and evaluates students first aid skills.

In order to choose a workplace instructor, companies should consider candidates with some of the following characteristics and experience in their background:

  • Currently certified in Standard First Aid and CPR with background in health care, other corporate safety training and related training is a definite asset.
  • Friendliness and congeniality. They enjoy people and understand how to organize and relate information to the staff.
  • A Good Personality leads to better communication, understanding, and ultimately good results.
  • A Good Communicator and is comfortable speaking in front of groups.
  • A Good Listener.
  • A Good Sense of Humor.
  • A gentle and kind person.
  • A flexible person.

Become an In-House Trainer


  • Plan Training
  • Assess Learning
  • Instruct Staff
  • Evaluate Staff
  • Know First Aid Legislation
  • Know Qualification Requirements
  • Communicate with the workplace
Perri-Med with provide your selected instructor with practical and administrative training to promote high quality in-house first aid and CPR training programs that meet Provincial and or Federal requirements. It is important that your instructor candidate is committed to the instructor course and attends all required training, mentoring and monitoring sessions to complete certification.