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Emergency First Response What   would   you   do   if   a   colleague   collapsed   in   the   workplace?   Would   you know   how   to   assist   a   family   member   who   became   ill?   Do   you   even   own   a first   aid   kit?   If   you   want   to   learn   First   Aid   in   a   fun   and   enjoyable   atmosphere then   the   PADI   Emergency   First   Response   course   is   for   you,   whether   you’re   a diver   or   not.   PADI's   Emergency   First   Response   (EFR)   program   is   the   first   and crucial   step   towards   faster,   more   thought   full   and   life-saving   'First   Aid'.   You learn   to   stay   calm   in   order   to   assess   an   emergency   correctly   and   to   take   the necessary steps until professional help arrives.
The   Emergency   First   Response   course    is   an   innovative   CPR   /   First   Aid program,    which    is    split    into    two    segments;    Primary    Care    (CPR)    and Secondary   Care   (First   Aid).   In   addition   we   also   offer   full   Automated   External Defibrillator (AED) training. The   EFR   course   is   based   on   internationally   recognised   medical   guidelines   for Emergency    Care    &    is    the    fastest-growing    international    CPR,    Automatic External Defibrillator (AED) and First Aid training organization.
Dedicated   to   training   the   lay   rescuer,   EFR   courses   encompasses   adult,   child and   infant   CPR   skills,   provides   AED   and   First   Aid   training,   and   feature   an outstanding First Aid at Work component. Many   divers   take   the   Emergency   First   Response   courses   to   meet   program prerequisites,   such   as   PADI   Rescue   Diver,   or   as   preparation   for   becoming   a PADI    Divemaster.    Non-divers    have    also    found    the    EFR    program    to    be important   in   every   day   life.   They   have   taken   a   significant   step   in   emergency preparedness,    and    feel    confident    that    they    can    provide    care    should    an emergency situation arise.
.The   Emergency   First   Response    program   meets   requirements   for   CPR   and First     Aid     in     the     workplace     (OSHA     Guideline     29     CFR     1910.151),     and incorporates    the    latest    procedures    for    emergency    patient    care.    Other organizations   that   recognize   EFR   as   meeting   their   requirements   are   United States   Coast   Guard,   The   Boy   Scouts   of   America,   and   the   American   Council   on Exercise (ACE), to name a few.
Course Content The   course   incorporates   independent   study   to   prepare   you   for   a   classroom and   hands-on   skill   development   session   with   your   instructor.   You   will   learn the   same   patient   care   techniques   used   by   medical   professionals,   but   at   a   lay person level. Practical Application Specific    to    learning    philosophy,    both    courses    establish    skill    retention through increased skill demonstration, practice and repetition. The     Course     is     designed     to     help     participants     remember     appropriate emergency   care   procedures   in   times   of   need.   It   also   encourages   students   to apply these procedures by assisting those needing Emergency Medical Care. Within   the   course   segments,   the   CPR   and   First   Aid   skills   are   integrated   into an easy-to-remember emergency care sequence. The    EFR    Primary    Course    teaches    students    to    deal    with    possible    life threatening injuries and apply techniques such as CPR and AED. The   EFR   secondary   course    covers   secondary   patient   assessment   and   first aid.   This   covers   head   to   toe   evaluations   of   patients,   illness   assessments   and how   to   bandage   or   splint   a   wound   when   Emergency   Medical   Services   are either delayed or unavailable.
Pre-Requisites None   Course Duration Depending    on    the    amount    of    independent    study    the    Primary    Care    and Secondary Care courses may be completed in as little as one day. The course price includes your own manual, DVD and certification card
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Padi 5 Star IDC Dive Center Scubaworld provide PADI Scuba Diving Course, guided leisure dives, try dives and diving for kids along the Costa Blanca in Spain covering Torrevieja, Playa Flamenca, Orihuela Costa, La Marina, San Miquel, Punta Prima, Cabo Roig, San Pedro del Pinatar, San Javier, La Manga, Cartagena and Cabo de Palos
© Scubaworld 2018
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Emergency First Response with Scubaworld on the Costa Blanca
Emergency First Response What   would   you   do   if   a   colleague   collapsed   in   the   workplace? Would   you   know   how   to   assist   a   family   member   who   became ill?   Do   you   even   own   a   first   aid   kit?   If   you   want   to   learn   First Aid    in    a    fun    and    enjoyable    atmosphere    then    the    PADI Emergency   First   Response   course   is   for   you,   whether   you’re   a diver   or   not.   PADI's   Emergency   First   Response   (EFR)   program is   the   first   and   crucial   step   towards   faster,   more   thought   full and   life-saving   'First   Aid'.   You   learn   to   stay   calm   in   order   to assess    an    emergency    correctly    and    to    take    the    necessary steps until professional help arrives.
The   Emergency   First   Response   course    is   an   innovative   CPR /   First   Aid   program,   which   is   split   into   two   segments;   Primary Care   (CPR)   and   Secondary   Care   (First   Aid).   In   addition   we   also offer full Automated External Defibrillator (AED) training. The     EFR     course     is     based     on     internationally     recognised medical    guidelines    for    Emergency    Care    &    is    the    fastest- growing    international    CPR,    Automatic    External    Defibrillator (AED) and First Aid training organization.
Dedicated      to      training      the      lay      rescuer,      EFR      courses encompasses   adult,   child   and   infant   CPR   skills,   provides   AED and   First   Aid   training,   and   feature   an   outstanding   First   Aid   at Work component. Many   divers   take   the   Emergency   First   Response   courses   to meet   program   prerequisites,   such   as   PADI   Rescue   Diver,   or   as preparation    for    becoming    a    PADI    Divemaster.    Non-divers have   also   found   the   EFR   program   to   be   important   in   every day    life.    They    have    taken    a    significant    step    in    emergency preparedness,   and   feel   confident   that   they   can   provide   care should an emergency situation arise .
.The       Emergency       First       Response        program       meets requirements   for   CPR   and   First   Aid   in   the   workplace   (OSHA Guideline    29    CFR    1910.151),    and    incorporates    the    latest procedures   for   emergency   patient   care.   Other   organizations that   recognize   EFR   as   meeting   their   requirements   are   United States    Coast    Guard,    The    Boy    Scouts    of    America,    and    the American Council on Exercise (ACE), to name a few.
Course Content The   course   incorporates   independent   study   to   prepare   you for   a   classroom   and   hands-on   skill   development   session   with your     instructor.     You     will     learn     the     same     patient     care techniques    used    by    medical    professionals,    but    at    a    lay person level. Practical Application Specific   to   learning   philosophy,   both   courses   establish   skill retention   through   increased   skill   demonstration,   practice   and repetition. The    Course    is    designed    to    help    participants    remember appropriate   emergency   care   procedures   in   times   of   need.   It also    encourages    students    to    apply    these    procedures    by assisting those needing Emergency Medical Care. Within   the   course   segments,   the   CPR   and   First   Aid   skills   are integrated     into     an     easy-to-remember     emergency     care sequence. The    EFR    Primary    Course    teaches    students    to    deal    with possible   life   threatening   injuries   and   apply   techniques   such as CPR and AED. The     EFR     secondary     course      covers     secondary     patient assessment   and   first   aid.   This   covers   head   to   toe   evaluations of   patients,   illness   assessments   and   how   to   bandage   or   splint a    wound    when    Emergency    Medical    Services    are    either delayed or unavailable.
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Pre-Requisites None   Course Duration Depending   on   the   amount   of   independent   study   the   Primary Care   and   Secondary   Care   courses   may   be   completed   in   as little as one day. The    course    price    includes    your    own    manual,    DVD    and certification card
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Padi 5 Star IDC Dive Center Scubaworld provide PADI Scuba Diving Course, guided leisure dives, try dives and diving for kids along the Costa Blanca in Spain covering Torrevieja, Playa Flamenca, Orihuela Costa, La Marina, San Miquel, Punta Prima, Cabo Roig, San Pedro del Pinatar, San Javier, La Manga, Cartagena and Cabo de Palos email for info email for info
Emergency First Response with Scubaworld on the Costa Blanca
Emergency First Response What   would   you   do   if   a   colleague   collapsed   in   the   workplace?   Would   you   know   how   to   assist   a   family   member who   became   ill?   Do   you   even   own   a   first   aid   kit?   If   you   want   to   learn   First   Aid   in   a   fun   and   enjoyable   atmosphere then   the   PADI   Emergency   First   Response   course   is   for   you,   whether   you’re   a   diver   or   not.   PADI's   Emergency   First Response   (EFR)   program   is   the   first   and   crucial   step   towards   faster,   more   thought   full   and   life-saving   'First   Aid'. You    learn    to    stay    calm    in    order    to    assess    an    emergency    correctly    and    to    take    the    necessary    steps    until professional help arrives.
The   Emergency   First   Response   course    is   an   innovative   CPR   /   First   Aid   program,   which   is   split   into   two segments;   Primary   Care   (CPR)   and   Secondary   Care   (First   Aid).   In   addition   we   also   offer   full   Automated   External Defibrillator (AED) training. The   EFR   course   is   based   on   internationally   recognised   medical   guidelines   for   Emergency   Care   &   is   the   fastest- growing international CPR, Automatic External Defibrillator (AED) and First Aid training organization.
Dedicated   to   training   the   lay   rescuer,   EFR   courses   encompasses   adult,   child   and   infant   CPR   skills,   provides   AED and First Aid training, and feature an outstanding First Aid at Work component. Many   divers   take   the   Emergency   First   Response   courses   to   meet   program   prerequisites,   such   as   PADI   Rescue Diver,   or   as   preparation   for   becoming   a   PADI   Divemaster.   Non-divers   have   also   found   the   EFR   program   to   be important   in   every   day   life.   They   have   taken   a   significant   step   in   emergency   preparedness,   and   feel   confident that they can provide care should an emergency situation arise.
Course Content The   course   incorporates   independent   study   to   prepare   you   for   a   classroom   and   hands-on   skill   development session   with   your   instructor.   You   will   learn   the   same   patient   care   techniques   used   by   medical   professionals,   but at a lay person level. Practical Application Specific   to   learning   philosophy,   both   courses   establish   skill   retention   through   increased   skill   demonstration, practice and repetition. The   Course   is   designed   to   help   participants   remember   appropriate   emergency   care   procedures   in   times   of need.   It   also   encourages   students   to   apply   these   procedures   by   assisting   those   needing   Emergency   Medical Care. Within   the   course   segments,   the   CPR   and   First   Aid   skills   are   integrated   into   an   easy-to-remember   emergency care sequence. The   EFR   Primary   Course   teaches   students   to   deal   with   possible   life   threatening   injuries   and   apply   techniques such as CPR and AED. The    EFR    secondary    course     covers    secondary    patient    assessment    and    first    aid.    This    covers    head    to    toe evaluations   of   patients,   illness   assessments   and   how   to   bandage   or   splint   a   wound   when   Emergency   Medical Services are either delayed or unavailable.
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.The   Emergency   First   Response    program   meets   requirements   for   CPR   and   First   Aid   in   the   workplace   (OSHA Guideline    29    CFR    1910.151),    and    incorporates    the    latest    procedures    for    emergency    patient    care.    Other organizations   that   recognize   EFR   as   meeting   their   requirements   are   United   States   Coast   Guard,   The   Boy   Scouts of America, and the American Council on Exercise (ACE), to name a few.
Pre-Requisites None   Course Duration Depending    on    the    amount    of    independent    study    the    Primary    Care    and    Secondary    Care    courses    may    be completed in as little as one day. The course price includes your own manual, DVD and certification card
No dive certification required!
efr course with cpr and aed by scubaworld
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