Emergency First Response Instructor Course
Emergency First Response (EFR) is a specialized organization that provides a range of progressive training programs in the area of first aid and CPR.As an EFR Instructor you’ll be qualified to teach the following programs that have been designed specifically for the layperson:
- EFR Primary Care (CPR)
- EFR Secondary Care (first aid)
- EFR Care for Children
- EFR CPR&AED
These programs are perfect for the layperson who wants to gain a knowledge of CPR & first aid skills in a low stress environment.
- EFR Primary & Secondary Care are perfect complements for your PADI Rescue Diver & Divemaster courses. Providing these programs allows you to be a one-stop shop for divers.
- EFR Care for Children is great for people who wish to gain an understanding of vital first aid and CPR skills specifically tailored for infants and children.
All EFR Courses have the option to incorporate the usage of an AED. Defibrillation is a vital link in the chain of survival for someone who suffers a cardiac arrest.
The EFR Instructor Course takes 2 days, and is conducted regularly throughout the year. To become an EFR Instructor, you need to be at least 18 years of age, and have completed recognized training in adult and child/infant CPR and first aid within the past 2 years.
**BONUS: Emergency Oxygen Provider Specialty Instructor Course*
Candidates who complete both a PADI IDC and an EFR Instructor Course at Frog Dive will receive a FREE PADI Emergency Oxygen Provider Specialty Instructor Course*.Provision of oxygen is one of the most vital parts of the first aid for an injured diver. The PADI Emergency Oxygen Provider course is an excellent way train divers to do this, and will allow you to add value to your courses.
* PADI Specialty Instructor Application Fee is not included
EFR First Aid at Work Instructor Course
The EFR First Aid at Work program is endorsed by Workcover NSW as meeting requirements for workplace first aid. Taught by certified EFR First Aid at Work Instructors through PADI Asia Pacific’s RTO, participants receive a Statement of Attainment for the Nationally Recognised Unit of Competence HLTFA301B: Apply First Aid.
To become an EFR First Aid at Work Instructor, you need to be an EFR Instructor, and undertake an additional program to become familiar with the requirements and additional knowledge and skills that are part of the EFR First Aid at Work course.
Every PADI Instructor should expand their qualifications by gaining EFR Instructor ratings.
Current Medical Certificate Required (no more than 12 months old).