Instructor I – EVOC/VKF/BBP Train the Trainer Course
The Instructor I course for EVOC/VKF/BBP is designed to prepare a student to instruct the TARS basic squad level courses which include: Emergency Driving (EVOC/VFK) and Blood-borne Pathogens. Concepts of adult learning, communication skills, instructor’s roles and responsibilities, teaching techniques, and the use of instructional materials are also subject areas included. Program materials are included with student registration with one program furnished per department.
Course Length: 8 hours
- Must provide a letter of recommendation signed by the head of their department.
-Must be at least 21 years of age.
- Must provide a high school diploma or GED certificate.
- Must be a member of an emergency organization for a minimum of three years.
- Students shall have been certified in squad level EVOC/VKF/BBP courses within the last two years.
- Must have current Certification in Basic First Aid, First Responder or higher medical level training and current CPR training
- Must maintain a current motor vehicle operator’s license and the instructor candidate MUST submit a copy of his/her driving record that shall not be more than 30 days old at the time of registration. A copy of this record can be obtained through your local Driver’s Testing Station or online at
- Proof of all prerequisites must be turned in to the TARS State office at the time of registration.
-Any EVOC/VKF Instructor who has their operator’s license revoked, suspended, or limited for ANY period of time shall immediately notify the State Training Coordinator and said instructor shall immediately cease teaching or participating in any/all EVOC/VKF classes until reviewed by the State Training Committee
FAILURE TO TURN IN ALL PREREQUISITES TO THE STATE OFFICE TWO WEEKS PRIOR TO THE START OF THE CLASS, WILL CAUSE YOU TO BE DISMISSED FROM THE CLASS. THERE WILL BE NO EXCEPTIONS TO THIS.
Required PPE: N/A