Emergency First Response: CPR/First Aid 5,500 THB
Emergency First Response: The best CPR / First Aid Courses available in Phuket and also Thailand
First of all, have you ever needed to perform CPR? Chances are you haven't and furthermore, hopefully, you never will. However if you needed to, are you ready? Also, how about First Aid? Do you know how properly bandage someone and also how to stop someone choking?
The Emergency First Response Primary / Secondary Care Course teaches you CPR / First Aid for Adults. EFR participants learn and practice Emergency Care Skills in a nice, relaxed setting. The course is still split into Primary Care (CPR) and Secondary Care (First Aid) (CPR / First Aid. Moreover, the skills are introduced in simple steps so that you will find them easy to remember and use, should you be faced with someone in need. The EFR course consists of 9 Primary Care Skills and 4 Secondary Care or First Aid Skills. The course also includes Oxygen Administration and AED use.
ALL EFR CPR / First Aid courses follow internationally approved ILCOR Guidelines and open to Divers and also Non-Divers.
- Duration: One Day - Classroom
- Pre-requisites: None
- Minimum Age: None
- Digital/Online Study: Coming
- Availability: Daily
- Group Size: 6:1
- Personal Tuition: 1:1 Personal Tuition is available
EFR: Learning CPR and First Aid the easy way!
First of all the Emergency First Response (EFR) Primary / Secondary Care course starts with you reading the Primary / Secondary Care manual. There is also an excellent DVD to watch and the EFR Knowledge Reviews to complete prior to the start of the course. Your EFR Instructor will also go through these with you at the start of class. Something we found over the years that we have been teaching EFR, is that many people have had an experience with something in the student manual. Consequently, there are usually some topics people want to learn a little bit more about. Because this may be you, please also make notes of any questions which spring to mind while you are studying.
Once you are happy with your home study we move onto the “Hands on” Skills Practical Application, which is where you will learn how to do the skills.
There are 9 Primary Care skills and in addition 4 Secondary Care Skills that you will also be taught. There is also the option of learning how to use an Automatic External Defibrillator (AED) which is becoming especially relevant.
Please note: we always the teach The Optional Automatic External Defibrillator (AED) Skill because these are becoming more common and therefore more important globally.
The Skills you are going to learn are as follows:
- Scene Assessment - Primary Care Skill 1
- Barrier Use - Primary Care Skill 2
- Primary Assessment - Primary Care Skill 3
- CPR Chest Compressions - Primary Care Skill 4
- CPR Chest Compressions Combined With Rescue Breathing - Primary Care Skill 5
- Automated External Defibrillator (AED) Use - Optional Primary Care Skill
- Serious Bleeding Management - Primary Care Skill 6
- Shock Management - Primary Care Skill 7
- Spinal Injury Management - Primary Care Skill 8
- Conscious and Unconscious Choking Adult - Primary Care Skill 9
- Emergency Oxygen Use - Optional Primary Care Skill
- Injury Assessment - Secondary Care Skill 1
- Illness Assessment - Secondary Care Skill 2
- Bandaging - Secondary Care Skill 3
- Splinting for Dislocations and also Fractures - Secondary Care Skill 4
CPR / First Aid: Skill Practice
The Skill Practice is run in a very straight forward and therefore easy to follow way. First of all your EFR Instructor will demonstrate Primary Care Skill 1. This is done in a nice slow relaxed manner rather than being intense and rushed. If you would like your Instructor to repeat it, no problem, just ask. We can repeat things as many times as you wish. Once the Instructor Demonstration is completed you will consequently then practice the skills with your fellow students. The instructional system assures mastery, giving you plenty of time to ask questions and also repeat any skills you or your Instructor would like.
In your groups of 3 one of you will be the Victim, one the Rescuer and one of you the Coach. The Coach reads out the steps one at a time from the EFR Student manual. After each step is read out the Rescuer completes the step until the skill is complete. Once you are happy with the skill and your EFR Instructor is happy with the skill, then you switch roles. Therefore the next person becomes the Rescuer, the next person becomes the Coach and so on. As a result you will have repeated the skills at least 3 times at this point.
When the initial CPR / First Aid Skills have been mastered your Instructor will then take you through a number of "Scenarios." Because the idea is to put you in "Simulated Emergency Situations" to see what you would do. This is one of the best ways for you to practice and therefore apply the knowledge and skills you have learned during the course. We keep this realistic and focused while also having some fun at the same time.
CPR / First Aid: Equipment
On our EFR courses we use Adult, Child and Infant Leardal mannequins. In addition we use CPR / First kits for the best possible simulation and scenario practice. As mentioned: we also teach the Optional AED skill. This is done with AED Training Units with realistic AED simulators.
What are you waiting for? Get trained in CPR / First Aid and most of all gain the knowledge and skills to help someone else in need!
How would you feel if it was YOU who needed help?
CPR and First Aid for Adults – DONE !
Everyone has their own motivation for taking CPR / First Aid courses. Will you be working with or interacting with Infants or children? Yes? Then you will probably also want to join us for a child and baby / infant CPR / First Aid course!
The Emergency First Response Care for Children course may also be conducted as a stand-alone program. It can also be taught in conjunction with EFR Primary / Secondary Care (CPR / First for Adults) so you would therefore be able to take the courses together.
Primary Care / Secondary Care / Care for Children / AED as one integrated course!
For you divers: current CPR / First Aid is a requirement for the PADI Rescue Diver Course. Emergency First Response Course is an excellent way to meet these CPR / First Aid requirements!
EFR Primary / Secondary Care Pricing Options
|Classroom||½ - 1 Day||5,500 THB|
|Primary Care / Secondary Care / Care for Children / AED||6,500 THB|
|Included: EFR course materials and certification fees as well as all necessary use of mannequins, gloves, bandages, AED etc needed for the course.|