This one day PADI EFR course is specifically designed and suitable for, all divers (there is no age limit) who hold a certified diver qualification. It is perfect for any diver who wishes to learn first aid with an emphasis on emergencies that may affect divers, below, or above the surface, and of course - for those who need a certification for their professional or semi-professional qualifications (Rescue diver & above). This course will be given by an instructor who is also a qualified rescue diver (or above).
Course price & booking
The standard First Aid at Work course costs £70 (£80 if you require a Positive Identification Card - PIC). However, we give BULK BOOKING DISCOUNTS as follows:
5% for 2-3 attendees, 10% for 4-6 attendees, 15% for 7-9 attendees, 20% for 10-12 attendees.
These discounts are applied automatically at the cart page.
We give up to a further 10% discount for bookings at your own location (a minimum of 4 attendees is required and this discount depends on your exact location), this is in ADDITION to the above bulk booking discounts. Please see our Locations page, or Make a new course request for more information.
On completion of the course you will be awarded an EFR certificate (& PICs if booked), showing compliance & understanding of the latest first aid protocols & practices.
Assess the situation and circumstances in order to act safely, promptly and effectively in an emergency, & give first aid in an appropriate & responsible manner;
Dealing with a casualty who does not want help or resuscitation;
The importance & ways to prevent cross infection;
Administer first aid to a casualty who is:
Recognising the difference between a heart attack & a sudden cardiac arrest;
Give effective cardiopulmonary resuscitation, to adults, children & infants;
Understanding the effects of lung overexpansion injuries;
Treating a drowned casualty;
Automatic External Defibrillation training;
Give first aid to a casualty who is badly bleeding;
Give first aid to a casualty who has a spine or neck injury;
Give first aid to a casualty who is suffering from shock;
Assist a casualty who is suffering a seizure;
Assist a casualty who has suffered a stroke;
Give first aid to a casualty who is choking;
Make an illness assessment of a person;
Give first aid for minor injuries (cuts, grazes and bruises, minor burns and scalds), use appropriate bandaging techniques;
Additional training if time permits or a subject is of particular interest.