Become an Emergency First Response Instructor in Bali and teach people how to provide primary and secondary care in and outside the diving industry.
This 2-day Emergency First Response (EFR) Course teaches you how to conduct a course and certify Emergency first responders. You will learn how to market the EFR course, how to organize the logistics of a course, what the EFR course standards are and what training materials are available.
It teaches you to conduct primary and secondary care including providing basic O2 and using an Automated External Defibrillator (AED).
The EFR Instructor certification is mandatory to become a PADI Open Water Scuba Instructor prior to the Instructor Examinations held in Sanur.
Did you know that you can become an EFR Instructor as PADI Divemaster or Assistant Instructor? It is a good way to make yourself more valuable for future employers. The Instructor Course also includes Care for Children, which teaches you how to provide First Aid to children and infants.
You can top up your EFR Instructor Course with an Emergency Oxygen Provider Specialty Instructor Course. A certification as an Emergency O2 Provider is mandatory in a few countries to be able to work as a PADI professional.
Develop your teaching skills by practicing
Learn how to structure your EFR courses succesfully
Get tips and tricks for teaching the EFR course
Refine your demonstration skills
Learn how to demonstrate and use an AED
Care for children included
At the end of your EFRI course you will be allowed to teach primary and secondary care, care for children, AED and CPR courses.
See our IDC packages for EFRI courses included in the IDC.