EFR Primary and Secondary Care

Background

Emergency First Response is PADI‘s first aid and CPR course. It teaches you to provide emergency care for someone in need and is based on internationally recognised medical guidelines for emergency care.
This course is suitable for divers and non divers and meets the requirements for ‘appointed person’ in the workplace. To qualify as a PADI Rescue Diver or Divemaster, you need to have current CPR training and the first part of this course fulfils this requirement.
There are two parts to the course: There are two parts to the course:
Primary Care (CPR) & Secondary Care (First Aid)

Course Description

Primary Care: Scene assessment, barrier use, primary assessment, adult CPR, serious bleeding management, shock management, spinal injury management, automated external defibrillator orientation,conscious choking adult.
Secondary Care: Injury assessment, illness assessment, bandaging, splinting for dislocations and fractures.
Scenario Practice: You then put all you have learned to practice by applying the skills to realistic situations.

Duration

1 day, or 2 evenings.

Course Prices

(Includes Participant Manual, Certification Card)
Emergency First Response Primary and Secondary Care £120
Emergency First Response Primary only £80
Emergency First Response Secondary Care only £50
Refresher £85