The Emergency First Response Instructor course provides you with the confidence to care for others. Learn necessary training to teach fellow scuba divers the Emergency First Response Primary Care (CPR) Secondary Care (First Aid), CPR & AED and Care for Children courses. Anyone, from all walks of life, can become an Emergency First Responder. Learn and practice teaching assignments in classroom sessions with fellow peers. Enjoy a relaxed atmosphere and comfortable environment to practice these vital skills. Learn how to instruct this course to others and how to market this course.
Who should take this course?
Are looking to become a PADI Professional and wish to complete an Instructor Development Course (IDC), the EFRI course is mandatory prior to, or during the IDC.
PADI Divemasters, who have completed the basic EFR course may also enrol in the EFRI course as well.
The EFRI course is not only available for scuba divers, PADI members or Instructors. It is open to the general public, providing you have a basic Emergency First Response certification or completed a sanctioned course in CPR and basic first aid within the last 24 months.
What will you learn?
The course will remediate and practice the necessary skills, that you require to confidently teach an Emergency First Response Course to a layperson. It will cover both primary and secondary care of patients, including the use of an Automated External Defibrillator (AED).
What learning materials do I require?
EFRI Crew Pack
Participant must be 18 years of age
Completed a sanctioned course in adult CPR and First Aid within the last 24 months
Practical medical professionals do not need to have a provider level course within the last 24 months
Instructors from another organisation with current CPR and First Aid credentials may take the EFRI Instructor crossover program