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Community Instructor Course

The Royal Life Saving Society UK. The Community Outreach Programme. The role of the Community Instructor. Safety Management. Learning, Teaching and Class Management. Save a Baby’s Life Workshop. Community Life Support Workshop.

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Community Instructor Course

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The Royal Life Saving Society UK

The Community Outreach Programme

The role of the Community InstructorSafety Management

Learning, Teaching and Class ManagementSave a Baby’s Life WorkshopCommunity Life Support WorkshopReview, Summary, and any Questions

Course Summary

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The RLSS UKAwards and Qualifications

Activity

How many RLSS UK awards and qualifications can you think of?

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Branches

Affiliated Lifesaving/Lifeguarding Clubs and ATCs

RLSS UK Individual Members

Project Working GroupsRLSS UK members (volunteers), staff, and industry representatives supporting and developing the work of the Society

Regions

Management Board

The RLSS UK

Structure

RLSS UK Head Office

Management and Operations

Corporate Services

Communications and Marketing

Development Programmes

Lifesaving Sport

Volunteer Engagement

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RLSS UK Group

Lifesavers Direct

IQL UK Ltd

The RLSS UK Group

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Community Outreach Programme

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Community OutreachProgramme

Aim

The Community Outreach Programme is a CPR education programme consisting of two activity based workshops.  The aim of the outreach workshops is to increase knowledge and awareness of CPR skills in the community, through training in a familiar and comfortable environment.

 Whenever possible, outreach workshops should be delivered free of charge or at minimal cost to the community.

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Workshop Organisation

Instructor Resources

Information Pack for Community Instructors

Workshop Presentations (www.rlss.org.uk)Attendee ResourcesSave a Baby’s Life and Community Life Support Z-CardsArrange the venue

Register the workshop at www.rlss.org.uk

Send the completed Attendance Return Form and donations to RLSS UK HQ

Collect any donations to RLSS UK

Deliver the workshop

Order the candidate resources from Lifesavers Direct using your course registration number

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The Role of the Community Instructor

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Community InstructorRoles and Responsibilities

The role of the Community Instructor is to teach the Community Outreach Workshops in a manner that promotes the learning and development of all attendees in a safe and friendly environment.

As representatives of the Royal Lifesaving Society UK, Community Instructors should always strive to meet and exceed the standards of best practice detailed in the Society’s publications and guidance.

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ActivityWhat are the attributes of a great Instructor?

Community Instructor

Attributes

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Safety Management

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Safety ManagementClass Management and Safety

Risk Assessment

The venue operator is responsible for ensuring that the venue is safe for use

The venue operator will produce a Normal Operating Procedure (NOP) and an Emergency Action Plan (EAP) for the venueThe workshop organiser is responsible for making sure that the guidance in the NOP and EAP is followed by all Instructors and attendees to the workshop, and should brief everyone in the workshop about any important details, such as emergency procedures, before the workshop beginsThe workshop organiser must also complete a brief Activity Risk Assessment during the planning and preparation of the workshop

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Safeguarding

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Safety ManagementSafeguarding

Safeguarding Responsibilities of the Community Instructor

An adult has a moral and statutory duty of care, custody and control of any child under the age of 18 years under their supervision

Any volunteer Community Instructor that is working with learners under the age of 18 years, or those who are vulnerable, are required to complete a DBS form (Disclosure and Barring Service)RLSS UK provides DBS checks free of charge to all volunteer Instructors.

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What to do if an allegation is madeIf you operate in an RLSS UK Club environment, contact the Club Welfare Officer. If a Club Welfare Officer is not available:

Seek advice from the RLSS UK Safeguarding Officer, if unavailable

Contact the local Children’s Social Care (Social Services), if unavailable

Contact the local PoliceSafety ManagementSafeguarding

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Safety ManagementSafety and Safeguarding Information

and Support

Resources

RLSS UK Safeguarding and Protecting Children and Vulnerable Adults PolicyRLSS UK Code of PracticeSupportYour local Club/BranchRLSS UK HQ

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Life SupportManikin Cleansing

Activity

Disassemble, clean, and reassemble a resuscitation manikin

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Teaching and Learning

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Learning and Teaching

Learning Styles and Preferences

Visual

Auditory

Kinaesthetic

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Learning and TeachingWorkshop Resources

Presentation

Visual and Auditory

Practical

Kinaesthetic

Z-Card

Visual

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Learning and TeachingPresentation Skills

Personal Skills

Dress – Appropriate

for the taskManner – Body language and confidenceVoice

– Volume, pitch, clarity and speed

Positioning

Suitable to the activity/environment/candidates

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Learning and Teaching

Presentation Skills - Positioning

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Workshop Practical