Learning EFRI’s First Aid/CPR skills through workshops.

Posted 16 Feb 2015

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The most invaluable method of learning EFRI’s First Aid/CPR skills is through workshops, because it gives the chance for controlled practise!

On the Emergency First Response Instructor (EFRI) course, our Go PRO interns participating have only just completed their PADI Instructor Development Course (IDC) and PADI Instructor Examination (IE) the day before, and the 2-day EFRI course is a requirement to qualifying as a PADI Open Water Scuba Instructor (OWSI)!

Many of the skills needed to perform have already been learnt in the EFR course or another acceptable First Aid/CPR training organisation, but it is important for the candidates to have experience in conducting the course for themselves.

It’s an enjoyable course to teach, as well as to learn, because participants and Instructors demonstrate scenarios with terrible acting roles to simulate the most serious situations!

At our Downbelow HQ classroom facilities, our EFRI Trainers not only conduct the EFRI course for Go PRO interns, but also corporate groups to learn basic first aid from all over Sabah.

Many of our very own staff team in Downbelow are qualified in First Aid and CPR because as a travel and tours company who cater to large groups of adventurers’, such as on our highly successful ‘Expedition Borneo’ program, it is essential travel safety is addressed with a team who is confident to assist any emergency situation!

Get more details to certify as EFR or EFRI when you contact our Kota Kinabalu HQ, and get the confidence to assist others with basic First Aid/CPR!



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