Emergency & Safety Training
1st Choice EST Blog
|Posted on December 6, 2021 at 8:25 PM|
How much money can I expect to make as an instructor?
Most people who are CPR instructors do it part time in addition to a career in healthcare, public safety, or a related business such as safety products or business support services. Depending on the area an hourly rate of $10-20 is not uncommon but you may only make that a few hours a week or a few hours a month. If you are running your own training center your compensation can be better, but is more difficult to earn. Your cost per student may be $10-30 and you may charge $30-100 per student. With a class of 10, 20, or 30 students that can mean several hundred to a thousand dollars after expenses. Most training organizations require an instructor to student ratio of 1:6 or 1:10 so a larger class will require additional instructors decreasing your total profit.
How much do full-time CPR instructors
make on jobs ?
Full-time CPR Instructor jobs are offered by hospitals, universities and community centers. As a full-time instructor, you will be responsible for holding classroom sessions instructing students and paramedics the techniques and methodology of CPR. Fire Houses and various other local community centers also invite CPR Instructors to impart voluntary sessions on the CPR techniques. The rate of increase in salary is obviously based on the increase in the number of certifications that are added to the qualifications of the CPR Instructor.
For the full article go here: https://www.cprcertificationonlinehq.com/blog/become-cpr-instructor-guide