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Emergency First Response

EFR2To be certified as a Rescue Diver, participants must have completed a sanctioned course in CPR within the past 2 years. Introduced in 2003, PADI and DSAT came together to develop Emergency First Response (EFR), which includes both a primary care component (CPR) and secondary care (First Aid).

Together, these courses can be used toward your Rescue Diver Certification, although they are valuable courses on their own. The EFR Primary and secondary care courses are based on internationally recognized medical guidelines for emergency care, and are geared towards divers and non-divers alike.

The EFR course can be completed in one evening, and is designed like other two tiered first aid courses; i.e. you could just take CPR, or First Aid. Although the EFR is generally paired with the Rescue Course, it is offered for all divers and non-divers alike!

Combine EFR with PADI Rescue Course: $399.95

Upcoming Courses

Apr
23
Tue
EFR @ Vancouver Diving Locker
Apr 23 @ 6:00 pm – 9:30 pm
EFR @ Vancouver Diving Locker | Vancouver | British Columbia | Canada

To be certified as a Rescue Diver, participants must have completed a sanctioned course in CPR within the past 2 years. Emergency First Response (EFR), includes both a primary care component (CPR) and secondary care (First Aid).

The EFR Course can be completed on it’s own or paired with the Rescue Diver Course

Apr
24
Wed
Rescue @ Vancouver Diving Locker
Apr 24 @ 6:30 pm – 10:00 pm
Rescue @ Vancouver Diving Locker | Vancouver | British Columbia | Canada

The next step for a PADI Advanced Diver is the Rescue Course. Here you’ll learn the skills that are needed to become more aware of yourself and your diving companions.

The Rescue Course will teach you to effectively prevent problem situations and to deal with diving emergencies. This is arguably one of PADI’s best courses for increasing a diver’s self confidence.

The course includes two evening class and pool sessions, and one day of ocean diving.

Apr
25
Thu
Rescue @ Vancouver Diving Locker
Apr 25 @ 6:30 pm – 10:00 pm
Rescue @ Vancouver Diving Locker | Vancouver | British Columbia | Canada

The next step for a PADI Advanced Diver is the Rescue Course. Here you’ll learn the skills that are needed to become more aware of yourself and your diving companions.

The Rescue Course will teach you to effectively prevent problem situations and to deal with diving emergencies. This is arguably one of PADI’s best courses for increasing a diver’s self confidence.

The course includes two evening class and pool sessions, and one day of ocean diving.

Apr
27
Sat
Rescue @ Vancouver Diving Locker
Apr 27 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Rescue @ Vancouver Diving Locker | Vancouver | British Columbia | Canada

The next step for a PADI Advanced Diver is the Rescue Course. Here you’ll learn the skills that are needed to become more aware of yourself and your diving companions.

The Rescue Course will teach you to effectively prevent problem situations and to deal with diving emergencies. This is arguably one of PADI’s best courses for increasing a diver’s self confidence.

The course includes two evening class and pool sessions, and one day of ocean diving.

May
21
Tue
EFR @ Vancouver Diving Locker
May 21 @ 6:00 pm – 9:30 pm
EFR @ Vancouver Diving Locker | Vancouver | British Columbia | Canada

To be certified as a Rescue Diver, participants must have completed a sanctioned course in CPR within the past 2 years. Emergency First Response (EFR), includes both a primary care component (CPR) and secondary care (First Aid).

The EFR Course can be completed on it’s own or paired with the Rescue Diver Course

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