Are Your Employees Ready to Step Up in an Emergency?

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Don’t just slap a Band-Aid® on your old training programs—choose a fresh and exciting approach to bridge the gap between traditional learning modalities and newly developed training philosophies of Certification, Retention, and Response. These real-world applications will serve to maximize training flexibility for your business while providing an engaging learning environment for your employees.
You’ll also learn about leveraging technology to tie it all together to better prepare your employees to provide assistance in the event they are called upon in an emergency.
Join us for some insightful tips that will help you navigate your way through the maze of first aid and CPR Training so your employees are ready to step up in an emergency. For more information go to http://news.hsi.com/mediccpr

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Are Your Employees Ready to Step Up in an Emergency?

  1. 1. Are Your Employees Ready to Step Up in an Emergency?Easy for Your People Easy for Your Business Easy for You
  2. 2. Overview  Managing Your Classroom & Mastery Learning  Working with Adult Learners & How Students Learn  Certification, Retention & Response  The Right Tool for the Right Job Easy for Your People Easy for Your Business Easy for You 2
  3. 3. Teaching is an Art We are responsible for assuring our students master the training we provideEasy for Your People Easy for Your Business Easy for You 3
  4. 4. Teaching is Hard Work "If teaching was easy, everyone would be doing it” Teaching in front of a classroom full of students can be challenging, but on the other hand, very rewardingEasy for Your People Easy for Your Business Easy for You 4
  5. 5. Managing Your Classroom Key instructor role is control Must balance presentation of material, discussion, skills practice and the clock Easy for Your People Easy for Your Business Easy for You 5
  6. 6. Mastery Learning When the learner can demonstrate proficiency and competence of all objectives  Mastering a skill: ability to perform it in a reasonably comfortable, fluid, repeatable manner  Mastering knowledge: ability to apply the knowledge Easy for Your People Easy for Your Business Easy for You 6
  7. 7. People Learn Best When they are ready to  When they can use past learn experiences or  Intellectually, knowledge psychologically &  Helps them understand physically new information, skills  Minimal distractions and attitudes  Free from stress and  When they can use anxiety instructional repetition Easy for Your People Easy for Your Business Easy for You 7
  8. 8. Adult Learners Adults have something real to lose in classroom setting  Self-esteem and ego on line when asked to risk trying new behavior The learning environment must be physically and psychologically comfortable  Long lectures, lots of sitting around and absence of practice opportunities are irritating Easy for Your People Easy for Your Business Easy for You 8
  9. 9. Learning Modalities Learning modalities are sensory channels (sight, sound, touch, smell, and taste) through which we give, receive and store information We use perception, memory, and sensation for each of these sensory channels Easy for Your People Easy for Your Business Easy for You 9
  10. 10. Students Learn Differently Studies suggest that Only 30% will  students learn remember most of differently: what is said during  25-30% visual lecture  25-30% auditory  Only 30% will  15% tactile remember primarily  25-30% mixed modalities what is seen Easy for Your People Easy for Your Business Easy for You 10
  11. 11. Students Learn Differently Visual learners  Auditory learners  Learn by seeing  Must hear what they are  Need to see overheads, learning to understand it diagrams, and read text  Enjoy listening, but books, etc. to cannot wait to have a understand concepts chance to talk themselves  Respond well to lecture and discussion Easy for Your People Easy for Your Business Easy for You 11
  12. 12. Students Learn Differently Tactile learners  Most students learn  Need to feel and touch with all their modalities to learn  Some students may have  Learn better if unusual strengths and movement is involved weaknesses in particular modalities Easy for Your People Easy for Your Business Easy for You 12
  13. 13. MEDIC First Aid System  Effectively organizes training around all the different modalities to accommodate the needs of all learners  Applies Certification, Retention & Response training strategy Easy for Your People Easy for Your Business Easy for You 13
  14. 14. Certification, Retention & Response Certification  Course Elements Retention  LearningLinks  Passport Response Easy for Your People Easy for Your Business Easy for You 14
  15. 15. CERTIFICATIONEasy for Your People Easy for Your Business Easy for You 15
  16. 16. Training OptionsTraditional Classroom Blended Learning Easy for Your People Easy for Your Business Easy for You 16
  17. 17. MEDIC First Aid Course Elements Instructor Guide Pages Program Video Segments Student Guide Pages Real-Time Demonstrations Small Group Practice Reasonable Performance Easy for Your People Easy for Your Business Easy for You 17
  18. 18. Instructor Guide Pages Provides systematic approach for Instructors Easy for Your People Easy for Your Business Easy for You 18
  19. 19. Instructor Guide Pages Provides systematic approach for Instructors  Overview Easy for Your People Easy for Your Business Easy for You 19
  20. 20. Instructor Guide Pages Provides systematic approach for Instructors  Overview  Instructor Activity Easy for Your People Easy for Your Business Easy for You 20
  21. 21. Instructor Guide Pages Provides systematic approach for Instructors  Overview  Instructor Activity  Key Points Easy for Your People Easy for Your Business Easy for You 21
  22. 22. Instructor Guide Pages Provides systematic approach for Instructors  Overview  Instructor Activity  Key Points  Student Guide Page Easy for Your People Easy for Your Business Easy for You 22
  23. 23. Instructor Guide Pages Provides systematic approach for Instructors  Overview  Instructor Activity  Key Points  Student Guide Page  Small Group Practice Easy for Your People Easy for Your Business Easy for You 23
  24. 24. Program Video Segments Video segments provide a simple overview of information on a topic Life-like scenario followed by narrated breakdown of a specific skill Easy for Your People Easy for Your Business Easy for You 24
  25. 25. Student Guide Pages Each student must have a Student Guide during class Students turn to appropriate Student Guide pages when covering a program segment Easy for Your People Easy for Your Business Easy for You 25
  26. 26. Real-Time Demonstrations Done without interruption or explanation to allow students to get a “feel” for the skill as it is actually performed Follow a video or print presentation that has already broken the skill sequence down Instructor does second demonstration with explanation as necessary Easy for Your People Easy for Your Business Easy for You 26
  27. 27. Small Group Practice Provide students with essential hands-on practice that promotes confidence in their ability to provide care Students rotate through roles of the coach, provider, and when appropriate patient Using the Student Guide, coaches prompt providers through the skill steps Easy for Your People Easy for Your Business Easy for You 27
  28. 28. Reasonable Performance Achieving the desired outcome is the ultimate measurement of success in providing emergency medical care Achieving reasonable skill performance in training to meet that outcome is the goal Instructors evaluate students on their ability to perform a skill adequately enough to produce the desired effect Easy for Your People Easy for Your Business Easy for You 28
  29. 29. Successful Completion Cards Students receive certification cards at class following successful completion Cards include access to LearningLinks and Passport Easy for Your People Easy for Your Business Easy for You 29
  30. 30. RETENTIONEasy for Your People Easy for Your Business Easy for You 30
  31. 31. MEDIC First Aid LearningLinks Brief, quarterly, online refresher lessons throughout certification period Review the techniques and information presented in the training program Easy for Your People Easy for Your Business Easy for You 31
  32. 32. MEDIC First Aid Passport Mobile application for iPhone/iPad or Android Students register using code from certification card 25+ emergency care topics 35+ videos Digital Student Guide Easy for Your People Easy for Your Business Easy for You 32
  33. 33. RESPONSEEasy for Your People Easy for Your Business Easy for You 33
  34. 34. Response - Why we do this Easy for Your People Easy for Your Business Easy for You 34
  35. 35. Want more information? Go to news.hsi.com/mediccpr or call 888.410.1408Easy for Your People Easy for Your Business Easy for You 35

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