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Emergency First Response Course

The Emergency First Response (EFR) Course is an essential program designed to provide individuals with life-saving skills and the confidence to react effectively in emergency situations. Whether you’re a diver, a non-diver, or simply someone who wants to be prepared to help others in critical moments, this course is for you.

Emergency First Response Course​

What is the Emergency First Response Course?

During the Emergency First Response Course, participants learn how to provide immediate care for various types of medical emergencies. The program covers primary care (CPR) for life-threatening situations, secondary care (first aid) for non-life-threatening injuries and illnesses, and the use of automated external defibrillators (AEDs) to assist victims of sudden cardiac arrest.

Why Choose Our Emergency First Response Course​?

Safety First

Safety is our top priority at Coral Reef Divers. We maintain strict safety standards during our training, ensuring a secure and controlled learning environment. Your well-being is our utmost concern.

Expert Instructors

At Coral Reef Divers, our instructors are certified experts with extensive experience in emergency response and first aid.

Flexible Schedule

We understand that life can be busy, which is why we offer flexible course scheduling options. You can choose a time that suits your convenience, making it easier for you to participate in the course.

Step-by-Step Learning

Our course is designed with a carefully structured curriculum that takes you through the essentials of scuba diving in a logical and progressive manner. You'll gain the necessary knowledge and skills to dive safely and confidently.


What You'll Learn:

CPR for Adults, Children, and Infants

Participants will learn how to administer cardiopulmonary resuscitation to victims of different age groups, ensuring they can respond effectively in diverse scenarios.

First Aid Techniques

The course covers essential first aid skills, including bandaging, splinting, wound care, treating shock, and managing various injuries and illnesses.

Automated External Defibrillator (AED) Use

Participants will gain hands-on experience with AEDs, learning how to operate these devices to aid individuals experiencing sudden cardiac arrest.

Book Your Emergency First Response Course​ Today!