CPR and Medic First Aid, skills that become more and more important these days. Being able to teach the EFR course means you can train people in these skills inside and outside of the diving industry. If you are planning to become a PADI Dive Instructor you will need to be an Emergency First Response Instructor.
At Joe’s Gone Diving, we offer the course in combination with our Instructor Development Course (IDC). As standard we will run a course 2 days before the start of the IDC so it can easily be combined. It is also possible to take it as a stand-alone course.
Who can join
- Minimum age: at least 18 years old
- Completed CPR and First Aid training within the last 24 months. Refreshers are available.
In this 2-day course you will gain experience in how to structure learning and find out what the requirements are for teaching CPR and first aid. You will learn how to motivate students, evaluate student knowledge, learn how to use an AED, present course content effectively and become proficient in developing students' hands-on skills during practice sessions. And most importantly, get tips and tricks how to teach a fun and effective course filled with scenarios. After completing the course successfully, you will be able to teach the Emergency First Response Primary Care and Secondary Care course as well as the Care for Children course.
- EFR Instructor Trainer
- Lunch & snacks, coffee, tea & water
(See our price list for a full overview)
- EFR materials (if you take your IDC with us it is already included in the IDC & EFR materials pack)
- EFR Instructor Application fees (directly payable to PADI)
Check our schedule now to book in your EFR Instructor course on Bali. Looking for a different date? Just contact us.