CPR and First Aid

228303_10150616941145524_6721791_nEmergency First Response (EFR) is an innovative CPR/first aid program. Primary Care (CPR) prepares you to render aid to those with life-threatening emergencies. Secondary Care (first aid) builds upon the lessons of Primary Care and helps you assist those in need when Emergency Medical Services are either delayed or unavailable.

The EFR program consists of many different types of certifications. See below for more program details. 

  • EFR Primary Care (CPR) – $45
  • EFR Secondary Care (First Aid) – $35
  • EFR CPR & AED – $60
  • COMBO 1: EFR Primary Care (CPR) + Secondary Care (First Aid) – $65
  • COMBO 2 – EFR Primary Care (CPR) w/ AED + Secondary Care (First Aid) – $80
  • Care for Children training option available – please call for info and pricing
  • On-site corporate training  – please call for info and pricing

EFR Primary Care (CPR) – $45
(2-3 hour course)

This course covers emergency care for most life threatening emergencies. Participants focus on primary care through knowledge development, skills development and realistic scenario practice. The major skills learned in this course are:

  • Scene Assessment
  • Barrier Use
  • Primary Assessment
  • Rescue Breathing
  • One Rescuer, Adult Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
  • Serious Bleeding Management
  • Shock Management
  • Spinal Injury Management

EFR Secondary Care (First Aid) – $35
(2 hour course)

This course covers injuries or illnesses that are not immediately life threatening or when local EMS is unavailable or delayed. Participants focus on secondary assessments and the appropriate first aid through knowledge development, skills development and realistic scenario practice. Skills include:

  • Injury Assessment
  • Illness Assessment
  • Bandaging
  • Splinting for Dislocations and Fractures

EFR Primary Care (CPR) with AED – $60
(3-4 hour course)

This course covers the following skills and is an excellent corporate/workplace course:

  • CPR
  • Conscious Choking Adult
  • Automated External Defibrillator (AED)*

*Because early defibrillation is so important, many businesses, government agencies and public places are making AEDs readily available for properly trained personnel. AEDs are easy-to-use, portable machines that automatically deliver a shock to the patient without a heartbeat, and when in the hands of a knowledgeable responder, it means in many cases the heart can be defibrillated before EMS arrives, enhancing the chance of revival.

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