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The Generic Instructor Course (GIC) is a standardised national course teaching the principles of adult learning and is a joint collaboration between the Resuscitation Council (UK) and the Advanced Life Support Group (ALSG). A revised course including an e-learning component was launched in 2014. The GIC teaches the knowledge and skills required to understand the nature of teaching and learning, understand the needs of individual learner, understand the awareness of the four domains of learning and undertake the various types of teaching sessions on the provider courses.
Only candidates who have been recommended as having instructor potential (IP) from their provider course (e.g. ALS, NLS, APLS, mMOET, MIMMS) can attend the GIC. The GIC must be undertaken within four years from the date of the provider course.
The course is the equivalent to a 3-day course, one day of which consists of a number of eLearning modules which must be completed prior to the two day face-to-face element of the course.
The candidates are subject to continuous assessment throughout the throughout the GIC.
This includes meals and refreshments during the course.
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