EFR Primary and Secondary Care
Having first aid training undoubtedly helps save lives!
- You must be at least 10 years old.
- No prior diving experience.
Start your First Aid Training Course!
Since scuba diving is an activity which can’t be released from any risk, divers should be able to be capable of offering some help in case of emergency. With Emergency First Response course they strengthen their self esteem, so they are ready to help and develop their knowledge, so they are capable of helping!!!
What will you learn?
Earn your first aid training certification…
The EFR theory includes:
- Knowledge Development
- Training Video
- Practical skills development
- Final Exam
Primary Care for Adults:
- Scene Assessment
- Barrier Use
- Primary Assessment
- Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
- Serious Bleeding Management
- Shock Management
- Spinal Injury Management
- Conscious and Unconscious Choking Management
- Emergency Oxygen Use Orientation
- Automated External Defibrillator (AED) use
Secondary Care Skills for Adults:
- Injury Assessment
- Illness Assessment
- Splinting for Dislocations and Fractures
Includes first aid treatment reference for the following emergencies:
- Allergic Reactions (incl. anaphylaxis)
- Chemical Burns
- Choking (adult, child, infant)
- CPR (adult, child, infant)
- Dental Injuries
- Diabetic Problems
- Dislocations and Fractures
- Electrical Injuries
- Eye Injuries
- First Aid Kit Assembly
- Fish Spine Injury
- Heat Exhaustion
- Heart Attack
- Insect Stings
- Jellyfish Stings, Octopus Bites, Snake Bites, Spider Bites
- Scrapes, Seizures
- Sprains and Strains
- Temperature Related Injuries
Emergency First Response is one of the fastest-growing international CPR, AED and First Aid training organizations, with more than 56,000 instructors world-wide. Emergency First Response Participant courses include Primary Care (CPR), Secondary Care (first aid), Care for Children and CPR&AED coursesthat include recommended skills for Automated External Defibrillator (AED) Use and an orientation to emergency oxygen use.
It is recommended that you refresh your skills every two years. After successfully completing the course, participants receive a course completion card. Emergency Responders can refresh their skills through a short skills practice session or as part of a regular Emergency First Response class.
To reach Seahorse Dive Center, you can take the Metro 2 Red Line to the terminal Elliniko station. Then you can take the bus 171 and alight at Kyprou bus stop. The diving shop is across to the bus stop. Also, at the metro stations are the ticket machines (and ticket staff) where you can purchase your all transport Athena Ticket.
Alternative, you can check map directions in google maps.