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CLS instructor, Military Resume


Desired Industry: Education/Teaching/Training SpiderID: 8312
Desired Job Location: Colorado Springs, Colorado Date Posted: 8/15/2006
Type of Position: Contractor Availability Date: Aug 16 2006
Desired Wage: 45,000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Management (Manager, Director) Willing to Travel: Yes, More Than 75%
Highest Degree Attained: Other Willing to Relocate: Yes


Objective:
To obtain a position as an instructor of CLS (Combat Lifesaver).


Experience:
5/05 06/06 FCBusiness Systems/General Dynamics - Fort Carson, Colorado

Combat Lifesaver Instructor

Teaching Duties
Give prepared lectures to classes. Teach about shock, fractures, C-spine immobilization, field & pressure dressing, and giving IV's. Provide hands-on instruction on personnel and mannequins. Maintain student on-task behavior during instruction.
Use maps, picture overlays and other visual overlays. Utilize audio-visual teaching aids including computers presentations, videos, and slides. Adapt methods of instruction to meet individual needs of students. Personalize lessons by using student's experience.
Encourage active participation by each student in daily lessons. Adjust planned activities according to school situations. Place students in pairs and cooperative groups for specialized lessons. Involve students in learning and practicing problem-solving skills.
Resolve problems with tact and diplomacy.

Administrative Duties
Prepare units and daily lesson plans. Research additional information to supplement text material. Prepare and distribute hand-outs. Write, administer and grade quizzes and tests. Issue grades based on tests, classroom work and participation. Recognize students for special effort and improvement. Meet with upper management for completing After Action Reviews. Attend faculty and departmental meetings to discuss goals, objectives and methodology. Discuss and implement new methods for motivating students. Develop long-range curriculum materials. Work with other teachers at in-service workshops in suggesting improvements for teachers' and students' morale. Correct papers and assign grades. Distribute Certificates of Training to all personnel meeting requirements.


Education:
University of Hawaii, Hilo Campus, Bachelor of Criminal Justice Program , Hilo, HI.
Credit Recommendation by the American Council on Education, (43 semester hours) Washington, DC.
Certificate, Instructor Training Workshop, U.S. Army, Vilseck, Germany, 2000.
Certificate, Casting Course, Landstul, Germany, 1999
Certificate, EMT-B Course, Ft. Carson, CO, 1998.
Certificate, Field Sanitation Course, Ft. Carson, CO, 1997.
Certificate, Basic Non-Commissioned Officer School (Pre-Hospital Care and Emergency Ambulatory Treatment Facilities, Principles and Procedures of Triage, Physical Assessment of Body Systems, Anatomy and Physiology, Pharmacology, Diseases and Disorders, and Advanced Trauma Management Skills, and Treating Minor Medical Problems) U.S. Army, Fort Sam Houston, TX, 1997.
Certificate, Master Drivers Course, Ft. Carson, CO, 1997
Certificate, M4 Carbine Train the trainer Course, Ft. Carson, CO, 1997.
Certificate, Primary Leadership and Development, U.S. Army, Bad Tolez, Germany, 1989


Skills:
Emergency Medical Technician - B
ACLS Certified
Basic Trauma Life Support
CPR Certified
Combat Live Saver Certified 2006
Instructor Certified, 2000
OCT Certified, 2005
Range Safety Certified, 2005


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