When any AHA Instructor teaches a class, the student receiving their certification is prompted to complete a survey rating their instructor. The results of this survey are calculated to determine your instructor quality score. You need to have taught a certain number of students for the data to be calculated so you might not see a quality score right away until you’ve issued enough eCards. You can view your AHA Instructor Quality Score right from your AHA Instructor Network Dashboard.
The national average benchmark score for AHA Instructors is 85. Our instructors consistently score well above the national benchmark with their quality scores.
We cover tips and tricks for making sure you’re getting the highest score possible on our private Instructor Resource Site – available for free to all our instructors. You’ll learn more about this site during your AHA Instructor Course with Mid-Florida CPR.
PATH TO SUCCCESS
Mid-Florida CPR is an official American Heart Association Training Center located in Longwood, Florida. We offer our instructors opportunities to start their own businesses by becoming AHA BLS, ACLS, and/or PALS instructors.