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Emergency First Response

The PADI Emergency First Response (EFR) course is a CPR and first aid training program offered by the Professional Association of Diving Instructors (PADI). It is designed to teach individuals how to respond to medical emergencies, both in and out of the water.

The EFR course is open to anyone and does not require any prior scuba diving experience. It covers basic life support skills such as CPR, rescue breathing, and first aid for injuries and illnesses. The course also includes AED (Automated External Defibrillator) training, which teaches how to use an AED in an emergency situation.

The EFR course consists of both knowledge development and practical training sessions. The knowledge development portion can be completed online or in a classroom setting and covers the basic principles of first aid and CPR. The practical training sessions involve hands-on practice of skills such as CPR and rescue breathing.

Upon completion of the EFR course, participants receive an internationally recognized certification that is valid for two years. The EFR certification is a prerequisite for the PADI Rescue Diver course and is also a useful certification to have for anyone who wants to be prepared to respond to medical emergencies in daily life.

Overall, the PADI Emergency First Response course provides valuable training that can help save lives in emergency situations, both in and out of the water.

1 Day


Availability : 20

Age : 10


Emergency First Response is a training program that emphasizes the development of self-assurance in underwater rescue situations and enhances the readiness to promptly react during emergency scenarios.

Tour Costs


1 Days

Price per person per 1 day Online


Program Includes




Price : 130 €


For Inquiries : +20 155 594 6239

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