Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS) Instructor course
The ATLS Instructor Course consists of a variety of teaching-how-to-teach components that are directly related to the ATLS® core content:
- principles and philosophies of teaching the course;
- management of various students behaviors;
- techniques for giving a lecture;
- techniques for skills-teaching;
- techniques for leading group discussion;
- techniques for critiquing and assessing student's performance.
There is no formal and standard assessment for a participant's ability. Instead, the performance and the attitude of the participant will be evaluated throughout the entire course. A participant with unsatisfactory performance will be requested to retake the Course later.
- To be able to master the Student Course content and teaching skills.
- To demonstrate commitment to the care of the trauma patient
- Demonstration of proper attitude of a model instructor
- Demonstration of effective communication skills
- Willingness to serve as a faculty team member
- Certificate Accredited by the American College of Surgeon Valid for 4 Years
- Kuwait 9 CME/CEPD
Timing of program:
1st day (8:00 am to 5:00 pm)
2nd day (8:00 am to 5:00 pm)
1- Cancellation of confirmed registration shall require written notification (letter or email) at least one day before the program.
2- Rescheduling for any valid reason shall be considered if requested at least Two weeks before the program.
3- Any cancellation and/or "No show" on the day of the course shall indicate "No Refund and No Rescheduling".
4- If the participant notified LSA officially of cancellation 1 to 7 Days before the program date, 50% of the total fee shall be refunded.
5- Notification of cancellation within more than 8 days before the program date, 75% of the total fee will be refunded.
6- The cancellation of clinical programs which require pre-course materials, if the participants received those materials, then the participants shall bear the cost of those specific materials as per the cost determined by the program.