PADI Emergency First Response (EFR) in Bali
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1 day / IDR 2,300,000
PADI Emergency First Response Instructor (EFR) in Bali: immensely valuable one day First Aid and CPR course.
Want to be ready in an emergency? Studies have shown that more than 80% of people who witnessed an accident after having taken the EFR course felt confident enough to be able to offer basic patient care.
The Emergency First Response (EFR) program covers basic training for cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and Rescue Breathing as well as First Aid.
The PADI EFR course is a valuable general first aid program for divers and non-divers alike. It also meets the CPR and First Aid prerequisite for earning your PADI Rescue Diver rating.
Special note: here at Bali Scuba we use a (very expensive) specialist mannequin for this course. This allows you to practice rescue breaths and chest compressions exactly as you would on a real person. If you take the EFR course somewhere that doesn’t have this mannequin you won’t be able to get this real hands-on practice which is invaluable when learning these new, lifesaving techniques.
I had a great, safe, exciting and enjoyable scuba experience with Bali Scuba. Thank you! – Muhamad Iqbal, May 21st
- 14-year accident-free record
- Learning in small groups
- PADI / EFR certified Instructors
- Medical oxygen every trip
- Clean air & clean tanks
- Well-maintained equipment
- New: In-water GPS radio
Included in your course
- Hotel transfers (Sanur, Seminyak, Kuta, Nusa Dua)
- EFR manual
- Official PADI / EFR certification fee
- Use of specialist CPR mannequin
- Lunch & soft drinks
- Air conditioned classroom for learning
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