Emergency First Response Instructor Course (EFRI)
Oceans5 dive resort on Gili Air offers Emergency First Responder Instructor Courses every month as part of the Instructor development course (IDC).
Before you can be certified as a PADI Open Water Scuba Instructor, you need to have completed the EFR Instructor course which takes 2 days and includes Care for Children.
CPR and first aid skills are essential to becoming a Padi Open Water Scuba Instructor and are important for everyone in daily life as well. As an Emergency First Response Instructor, you teach skills based on internationally recognized emergency care guidelines. The course prepares you to teach people how to react in emergency situations.
The only requirements are that you’re at least 18 years old and have Emergency First Response Primary and Secondary Care (CPR and First Aid) training within the past 24 months.
The course consists of a knowledge development segment and instructor level skill development. As an EFR Instructor Candidate you will need to attend 9 curriculum presentations presented to you by one of the EFR Instructor Trainers at Oceans 5. Next to the presentations you have to complete a few participant and Instructor level knowledge reviews followed by examinations where the passing score is 75 percent.
During the practical segment you will learn how to teach skills from primary care and secondary care, including demonstrating role-model techniques and positive coaching techniques. Skills that you can expect during the EFR Instructor Course include CPR for adults, children and infants in combination with an AED and delivering effective rescue breaths. You will also learn how to demonstrate different techniques for handling choking individuals, how to perform an injury and illness assessment and much more. You will end the course with an extensive session that will teach how to explain and the use of a variety of oxygen delivery systems.
Price Emergency First Response Instructor Course
Price excluded the EFR materials and EFR fees