Teach skills based on internationally recognized emergency care guidelines and learn how to present course content while encouraging student self-discovery.
Provided in the program are;
Sterile pads, dressing, gauze
Use of manikins & an AED
To be certified as an Emergency First Response Instructor, an individual must meet the following requirements;
Complete the Self-Study Knowledge Review
Participate in all (7) required EFR Instructor Course presentations
Teach at least two primary & secondary care skills from the EFR program & Care for Children Program
Demonstrate role-model technique for all EFR program primary & secondary skills, & Care for Children skills
Successfully complete the EFR Instructor written examination
Course duration is approximately 10-12 hours, and is conducted over two days.
Renewed as a PADI Member for the current year
Have completed EFR Primary Care (CPR) or equivalent, as a student
Have completed EFR Secondary Care (First Aid) or equivalent as a student
Have completed EFR Care for Children or equivalent as a student
Includes all required materials & certification cost.
EFR Instructor Guide
Care for Children Instructor Guide
EFR Self Study Knowledge Reviews
EFR & Care for Children Participant manuals
EFR Participant DVD’s
Terms & Conditions
This course is subject to Ocean Divers’ normal Terms & Conditions. By enrolling in this course, you agree to accept all terms and conditions.