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3 - EFR / Emergency First Response

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First aid and CPR (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation) are important techniques for anyone involved in adventure sports. In addition, these techniques are required for the PADI Rescue Diver course.

Emergency First Response, a PADI affiliate, specializes in teaching techniques to manage life-threatening emergencies. Classes are for anyone, not just divers. The majority of PADI instructors are also Emergency First Response Instructors!

The fun part of the Emergency First Response training is to learn life-saving techniques in a positive environment. You gain the confidence and the preparation necessary to intervene in case of emergency.

Be prepared for emergencies through the CPR and DEA training of the Emergency First Response course.

What you learn in the EFR Primary Care and Secondary Care courses:

- Life support, CPR and artificial respiration - training for people outside the medical field.
- Using an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) (recommended).
- Prevention and management of the state of shock.
- Management in the face of a spinal cord injury.
- Use of protections to reduce the risk of disease transmission.
- Basic first aid and considerations on the first aid kit.


No prerequisites required to enter training.

Location

At student's location: Around Lausanne, Switzerland

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General info

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Age:
Children (7-12 years old)
Teenagers (13-17 years old)
Adults (18-64 years old)
Seniors (65+ years old)
Student level:
Beginner
Intermediate
Advanced
Duration:
60 minutes
The class is taught in:French, English, Italian, Spanish

About Me

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My name is Romain and I am currently living in Lausanne.
I have been a diving instructor for many years because I wanted to transform a passion discovered more than 5 years ago into a professional career.

I went through several trainings to gain more experience and professionalism in my job as an instructor. I am passionate about watching animals in their natural environment and discovering the underwater world in general.

Depending on your wishes, you can prepare for all PADI diving certificates and master several specialties such as night diving, lake diving, Nitrox diving, deep diving ... etc. If you want to become a monitor / guide, I will accompany you during your training. You will be able to learn first aid and get the PADI EFR and PADI Rescue before starting your Divemaster training.

So see you soon and good bubbles.

Education

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PADI Instructor
CMAS Monitor 3 *
Diver N3 FFESSM (French Federation)
Specialty Instructor (17 total)
NITROX / SECOURISM Specialties

Experience / Qualifications

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Through France, the French overseas territories, Thailand, Indonesia, Italy and Spain, I would be happy to put your mouth water by describing the different places I have could visit during my diver experiences.
Come discover this fantastic passion that is scuba diving and live amazing adventures alone or with family. This activity, in communion with nature, allows you to explore the underwater world and discover inaccessible wonders, hidden in the oceans, lakes and seas around the world. Dive courses all levels, given according to PADI standards. Their patents are recognized worldwide. From diving to Divemaster, whether you are young or old, diving is accessible to everyone, in good health and in good physical shape. Here is the list of services offered: + Discover Scuba Diving: discover the sensations of diving by doing a tandem baptism in the lake or in the protected environment of a swimming pool. + Open Water: this training is the first level of autonomous diver. It is also the most recognized training in the world. + Advanced Open Water: gain experience thanks to this second level of autonomous diver allowing you to reach 30 m. + EFR (emergency first response): primary and secondary care courses. Passage required to obtain the Rescue Diver patent. + Rescue diver: to be able to prevent diving problems and manage them with this third level of lifeguard diver. + Divemaster: first professional level, possibility to supervise certified divers and assist an instructor in training. I am waiting for you for new adventures. Good bubbles .....
Be a leader who guides and motivates others. Develop your knowledge and diving supervision skills to become a model for divers around the world. ----------Description---------- Do you love scuba diving? Would you like to share it with others at a whole new level? Take the Divemaster course and make your passion a career. Divers are turning to Divemasters because they are leaders who guide and motivate others. As a Divemaster, you not only dive a lot, but you also discover the joy of seeing other people dive with as much pleasure as you. The PADI Divemaster course is your first level of professional training. By working closely with a PADI Instructor (myself), you will improve your diving skills, such as effortlessly doing a ludion (buoyancy exercise), and improving your rescue skills, so you can easily anticipate and solve problems. common problems. You will develop your knowledge and skills of diving management and supervision to become a model in all areas for divers. As a PADI Divemaster, you will guide others as you supervise dive activities or work as an assistant during dive training. ---------- ---------- Prerequisite Divers PADI Rescue divers who are at least 18 years old can register for the PADI Divemaster course. They must also: - Have completed Emergency First Response Primary Care and Secondary Care (CPR and First Aid) training in the last 24 months. - Provide a Medical Declaration signed by a physician and dated in the last 12 months. - Have registered at least 40 dives at the beginning of the course and 60 to obtain certification. Please note that recognized qualifications issued by other diving training organizations may be accepted - please inquire by sending me a message via the apprentus.ch website. The PADI Divemaster course teaches you to become a leader and take charge of diving activities. During the theory sessions, aqua proficiency exercises, workshops and practical appraisal, you develop techniques to organize and conduct a variety of diving activities. Topics and practical workshops include: - Role and characteristics of the PADI Divemaster. - Supervision of general dive activities and assistant during the training. - Divers safety and risk management. - Programs directed by a Divemaster and specialized activities. - Diving trade and your diving career. - Knowledge of the diving environment. - Prepare and manage a dive. - Mapping a dive site in a natural environment. - Conduct dive briefings. - Organize a research project and recovery of objects and a deep dive. - Acting as assistant during Discover Scuba Diving programs and directing Discover Local Diving programs. Good bubbles and see you soon.
Explorations, Sensations, Experiences. That's what the PADI Advanced Open Water Diver course is. Plus, you do not have to be "experienced" to take the course - it's made for you to attend just after your PADI Open Water Diver course. The Advanced Open Water Diver course helps you develop your scuba diving techniques so you are more comfortable in the water. It's a fun way to gain more diving experience while continuing to learn under the supervision of your PADI Instructor. You plan your learning journey with me by choosing your dives from a long list of Adventure Dives. There are two compulsory dives - Deep and Underwater Navigation - and you choose three more, which makes a total of five dives. During the Deep Adventure Dive you will learn how to plan dives to cope with the physiological effects and challenges of deep diving. The Diving Adventure Dive Underwater Orientation refines your compass and orientation navigation techniques by using kicking cycles, visual cues and time. Other knowledge and techniques vary depending on your interests and the dive themes you have chosen - photography, buoyancy control, fish identification, wreck exploration and many more. ---------- What you learn during this class ---------- The techniques and knowledge you learn during your Advanced Open Water Diver course vary according to your interests and adventures, but they include: - The practical aspects of deep diving. - The physiological effects of scuba diving deeper. - The different ways to use your underwater compass. - How to estimate a distance and navigate underwater using the kicking cycles, visual cue points and time. - How to better use your dive computer and Multilevel Electronic Recreation Diving TableMN (eTPLMN) And many, many other things, depending on the Adventure dives you have selected. ---------- ---------- Prerequisite To take this course, you must: - Be a certified Open Water Diver PADI diver (or hold a recognized qualification from another training organization). Be 15 years old (12 years for Junior Advanced Open Water Diver divers). List of different PADI specialties that you can do: - Cave (Caves) - Digital Underwater Photographer (Underwater Photography) - Drift (Drift diving) - Dry Suit - Emergency Oxygen Provider (Oxygen Therapy) - Enriched Air (Nitrox - Fortified Air) - Fish Identification - Multilevel (Multi-level diving) - Night (night dive) - Peak Performance Buoyancy (Mastery of Buoyancy) - Project AWARE Specialist - Search and Recovery - Underwater Navigaton (Underwater Navigation) - Underwater Videographer (Underwater Video) - Wreck ... etc.
Divers describe the PADI Rescue Diver course as the biggest but most rewarding challenge they have ever experienced. Why? Because you learn to prevent and manage problems in the water, and to have more confidence in your diving skills, knowing that you can help others when needed. During the course, you learn to become a better pair by practicing the problem-solving exercises until it becomes a reflex. The PADI Rescue Diver course prepares you to deal with minor or serious diving emergencies using a variety of techniques. When developing knowledge and rescue drills, you learn to detect and respond to a problem. During the rescue scenarios, you practice your knowledge and techniques. Topics covered include: - Self-rescue - Recognize and manage stress in other divers - Emergency management and equipment - Rescue of panicked divers - Rescue of unconscious divers ---------- ---------- Prerequisite PADI divers (Junior) Adventure Divers aged at least 12 years old who have completed * Adventure Dive Underwater Diving * can register for the Rescue Diver course. You must also have completed Emergency First Response Primary Care and Secondary Care (CPR and First Aid) training within the last 24 months. You can take this training during the Rescue Diver course. It is also possible to follow at the same time the PADI Emergency Oxygen Provider course (use of oxygen therapy equipment)
Get your scuba diving certification with the PADI Open Water Diver course, the most popular and widely recognized diving course in the world. Millions of people have learned to scuba dive with this course and continue to discover the wonders of the aquatic world. The PADI Open Water Diver course consists of three main phases: - Knowledge development (online, independent study or in the classroom) to understand the basics of scuba diving - 5 dive in protected environment to learn basic diving techniques - 4 dive in the wilderness to use your diving techniques and explore! At the PADI Open Water Diver course, you learn how to use basic dive equipment, including a mask, snorkel, fins, regulator, BCD and diving bottle. ------- ------- Prerequisites To register for the PADI Open Water Diver or Junior Open Water Diver course, you must: - at least 10 years old (except for the PADI * eLearning * program requires a minimum of 13 years - as a result of international internet protection laws).

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