The The EFR – Emergency First Response Course is an innovative CPR & First Aid programme designed to give you the foundation and confidence as a layperson to respond to medical emergencies.
Learn both Primary Care (CPR) how to respond to life-threatening emergencies, and Secondary Care (First Aid) covering injuries or illnesses that are not immediately life threatening!
Learn how to assess an emergency situation and how to act in the most efficient way to help someone before professional medical help arrives on the scene.
The EFR course is based on internationally recognized medical guidelines for emergency care.
It’s a MUST and USEFUL course in the diving world, and with your family, friends, neighbors and coworkers too.
EFR is a compulsory course to complete your PADI Rescue Diver Course.
- Be at least 8 years of age or older
- This course is suitable for non-divers and divers
|Theory & Practical||Theory & Practical||PDC Classroom||Sunday, Monday or Tuesday||Morning or Afternoon
Approximately 4 hours
The Emergency First Response course consists of three main parts:
– Knowledge development completed using home study.
– Instructor demonstrated skills.
– Skill practice.
When you enroll in the EFR -Emergency First Response course, a rich and informative manual and DVD will be given to you.
The manual allows you to preview into the course while you do the independent study and it serves as a life long reference after you have completed the course.
knowledge review questions at the end of each chapter should be an independent study.
Your Knowledge review answers will be discussed with PDC’s instructor(s)
During your classroom session, you will participate in practical, hands-on training sessions and role-play scenarios including both Primary Care (CPR) how to respond to life-threatening emergencies, and Secondary Care (First Aid) covering injuries or illnesses that are not immediately life-threatening.
By the end of the theory session, you will attend a written exam which you need to pass to be certified as Emergency First Responder.
Emergency First Response Primary Care (CPR)
EMERGENCY FIRST RESPONSE SECONDARY CARE