I'm not too familier with Emergency Care, so _you_ have to bear with me
As far as I can judge, you face a major challenge because you teach a _practical_ subject. In simpliefied terms, Moodle tries to provide web-based alternatives to learning activities in a public school: you distribute a portion of a subject, give instructions, ask casual questions, give compulsory tutorials, correct answer sheets, etc.
The medium is goverened by the technology used, in this case the web. Text is the most obvious, you can add pictures, distribute printed material, distribute presentations as (much dreaded) slides and/or with audio files, ...
In your case, how do you demonstrate a CPR? I can only think of a video. Assuming that you have the skill and facilities to make one (or buy one), how do you know whether your audience is doing it right? If not, how do you interact?
I don't say that this is impossible, to me it all sounds quite involved. My suggestion is to use Moodle a) for the organization b) to spread out activities over a longer period c) to give support d) to facilitate communication amoung the peers.
Buy a book on Moodle and see what "activities" are of use. Plan a "light" version and do a couple of iterations.
Comparisons and advocacy
Using Moodle for Train the Trainer course
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