EMERGENCY FIRST RESPONSE COURSES
EFR: Primary & Secondary care (with AED)
Primary Care (CPR) - This course teaches you the steps and techniques for handling life-threatening emergencies.
You’ll practice eight skills for aiding patients who aren’t breathing, have no heartbeat, may have a spinal injury, may be in shock or who may have serious bleeding.
You’ll learn to how to perform CPR and continue to monitor the patient, so that you provide every possible chance of survival while waiting for emergency medical services to arrive.
Secondary Care (First Aid) - Because many medical conditions are not life-threatening and emergency medical services are sometimes delayed or unavailable, this course teaches you how to provide first aid that eases pain and reduces the risk of further harm.
You’ll learn to assess a variety of injuries and illnesses and practice bandaging and splinting.
EFR: Care for Children (with AED)
This course allows participants to learn, practice and apply emergency care skills specific to helping infants and children with medical emergencies.
It’s designed for those who are likely to have to respond to emergencies involving youngsters.
This course can be integrated with the EFR: Primary & Secondary care course.
CPR and first aid are key skills that are important to everyone, not just scuba divers. As an Emergency First Response Instructor, you teach skills based on internationally recognized emergency care guidelines, and you can offer courses to anyone.
The great thing about EFR courses is they make learning easy by providing a comfortable environment to practice emergency care skills. Your students finish the course feeling confident with their new skills and ready to help someone in need.
Your role as an EFR Instructor is to be a coach that creates a positive learning environment. Along with learning how to structure and organize EFR courses, you practice:
Presenting course content.
Encouraging self-discovery in students.
Evaluating student understanding and skill mastery during hands-on skills practice.
Managing effective scenario-based learning experiences.