Course Requirements: There is no age limit to start this training. Anybody including non-divers can also participate in this training.
First part includes CPR and artificial respiration practices, and secondary part includes techniques to be applied in accidents such as bleeding, fractures, spinal cord injuries and drowning. The Emergency First Response program is a training program that is often preferred by non-divers. This program also is a main requirement for PADI Rescue Diver and PADI Divemaster trainings, which divers can choose for further training.
Because this course is a performance based training system, the duration of the course varies according to the performance of the trainees. (Average 8 hours). After all the knowledge and skills are gained, the skills are reinforced with more with different group work and scenarios The main purpose of the Emergency First Response training is to make all the exercises to become a motor skill.
At the end of the course, International PADI 'EFR' certificate is given by the World Recreational Diving Education Council which is recognized by the RSTC and the International Standards Organization ISO institutions.
(For training days and hours, please contact our dive center)
Wednesday : 19:30 – 22:30
Thursday : 19:30 – 22:30
6 hours of theoretical trainings in 2 days, original PADI course booklet, ID costs, EFR DVD cost and VAT.
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