Everybody can enroll in the Emergency First Response course
Assist a person in danger should be a natural gesture. This is often due to ignorance and the stress that people do not know how to provide first aids. However, it is just simple gestures that can save lives. The Emergency First Response is developed to train any person in first aid program. This program is recognized worldwide.
Simple skills which can save life
The primary objective of this course is to give you confidence. Under stress, it is easy to lose all your means. This is by the scenarios and by repetition, you will control your actions. They become automatisms. You will perform some skills like cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), provide first aid (primary and secondary cares), do a physical and neurological diagnostic, effectively alerting emergency medical services. You will practice skills on both adults and infants mannequins.
The Emergency First Response certification is not specific to scuba diving. This training cover the first aids so general. They are applicable in daily life. The Emergency First Response complies with current standards of emergency care published in «American Heart Association Guidelines 2000 for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Emergency Cardiovascular Care» (Guidelines 2000 for cardiopulmonary resuscitation and emergency cardiovascular care). This certification is valid for 24 months. Simply enroll in a course to get you up to date. Standards vary quite quickly.
Prerequisites before enrolling in PADI Rescue Diver course
This training is a prerequisite for any diver wishing to spend the PADI Rescue Diver certification. It is during this Rescue Diver course, you will practice your new Emergency First Response knowledge and apply them in the context of scuba diving.
Become a hero
If you liked the Emergency First Response course («Primary Care, Secondary Care and Care for Children»), you may consider becoming an Emergency First Response Instructor yourself. As Emergency First Response Instructor, you will have many opportunities to teach CPR and first aids in the workplace and in your community, or wherever it do not belong to the medical field.