Emergency First Response (EFR) Course

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Emergency First Response (EFR) is a comprehensive and innovative CPR and first aid program brought to you by the Emergency First Response Corp., a corporate affiliate of PADI.

The comprehensive program is composed of several courses that you can teach together or as stand-alone courses: Emergency First Response Primary Care (CPR), Emergency First Response Secondary Care (First Aid) and Emergency First response Care For Children (CPR & First Aid) Together, these courses provide extensive instruction in CPR and first aid, as well as recommended Automated External Defibrillator (AED), emergency oxygen and conscious choking management skills.

The Emergency First Response method of learning is flexible to meet participant and instructor needs. You can choose to guide your participants using a self-study, video guided or instructor led approach. In addition, Emergency First Response has no market restrictions so you can teach it to anyone who wishes to acquire CPR and first aid training. And, anyone who has completed an EFR primary, secondary and Care for Children course ( or recognised equivalent) can become an Emergency First Response Instructor if they are 18 years of age

Certification: EFR Primary and Secondary care
Duration: 1 Day (4-6 hours)
Requirements: None
Cost: £90 including manuals and certification card

Emergency First Response Program Content The Emergency First Response program is composed of several course options, Emergency First Response Primary Care (CPR), Emergency First Response Secondary Care (First Aid).and Emergency First Response Care for Children. All courses follow the same priorities of care used by professional rescuers. Emergency First Response Primary Care (CPR) assumes that local Emergency Medical Service (EMS) providers are in place to support Emergency Responder care. Emergency First Response Secondary Care (First Aid) assumes that EMS is delayed or unavailable. Emergency First Response Care for Children concentrates on children and infants. All have the option to include AED training.

Emergency First Response Primary Care (CPR) This course covers emergency care for most life threatening emergencies. Participants focus on primary care through knowledge development, skill development and realistic scenario practice. The major skills learned in this course are:


  • Scene Assessment
  • Barrier Use
  • Primary Assessment
  • Rescue Breathing
  • One Rescuer, Adult Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
  • Serious Bleeding Management
  • Shock Management
  • Spinal Injury Management
  • Recommended Skill: Automated External Defibrillator Orientation
  • Recommended Skill: Conscious Choking Adult
  • Recommended Skill: Emergency Oxygen Use Orientation
  • Emergency First Response Secondary Care (First Aid)

This course covers injuries or illnesses that are not immediately life threatening or when local EMS is unavailable or delayed. Participants focus on secondary assessments and the appropriate first aid through knowledge development, skills development and realistic scenario practice. Skills learned include:


  • Injury Assessment
  • Illness Assessment
  • Bandaging
  • Splinting for Dislocations and Fractures
  • Training material

Basic Kit: Includes Emergency First Response Primary and Secondary Care Manual (with independent study section, skill workbook and reference guide) Deluxe Kit: Includes Emergency First Response Primary and Secondary Care Manual (with independent study section, skill workbook and reference guide) a deluxe zip binder and the First Aid Pack First Aid Pack: Includes rolls, bandages, gauze, gloves and mouth barrier. Is available as part of the Deluxe Kit or la carte Emergency First Response Primary and Secondary Care Video.

 

For details on the three day course please visit our page here: EFR First aid at work qualification

 

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Contact:

E-mail: Steve@freedivers.co.uk Phone: 07940998915

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