Licensed Training Provider (LTP) – A company or individual that is an independent business, offering training courses to outside companies, organizations or individuals. A self employed individual or group of individuals who train externally. Their revenue stream is driven by providing American Red Cross instructional programs in accordance with the standards and objectives of the program(s) they teach. An LTP may conduct training courses only in the specified geographic region and may be limited to product lines indicated in the agreement.
The Licensed Training Provider will:
- Provide responsive, accessible and high-quality health and safety services, education and training in a professional manner
- Sustain and expand the mission of the Red Cross by helping people lead safer and healthier lives
- Indentify their instructors on the LTP agreement and require they teach courses only for the LTP
- LTP candidate currently is, or must become a registered LLC or Incorporated business.
- Agree to work within an assigned geographical area as determined by LTP candidate and Red Cross Health and Safety Staff.
- No past history of delinquent or slow payment to the Red Cross under other/existing contractual relationships and no quality control issues by the instructors listed on the agreement.
- Adhere to the use of the Red Cross logo.
- Agree to an initial background check and quality control observation of classes.
- Complete online business plan which includes, but not limited to, identification of target audiences/markets with potential training volume; training schedule and frequency to reach 100 people or 10 classes per year; detailed marketing plan; business accounting and financial planning.