Rescue and EFR
React Well in an Emergency with PADI Rescue and EFR
During the Rescue Course you will learn how to prevent and deal with stress during diving for both yourself and others. You will also learn how to avoid accident and panic in a variety of diving scenarios. You will be required to carry out a variety of necessary skills such as organizing an emergency plan, reacting to a missing diver situation and assisting conscious and unconscious divers in the water and surface.
You will learn more about potential harmful marine life and how to identify and treat possible dive related injuries. The Rescue Course is often seen as the most important and interesting course in a diver’s development. You will bring your skill to another level and become a more confident diver.
Be Prepared in an Emergency
The Emergency First Response (EFR) is a compulsory component of the Rescue course unless you have completed a recognized CPR / First Aid Course within the previous 24 months. During this course you will learn to assess and react well in an accident, complete an illness assessment, provide Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and administer oxygen.