• Emergency First Response (EFR/CPR)

Emergency First Response (EFR/CPR)

Are You Prepared to Respond?

An accident can happen anytime, anywhere. Whether it’s a burn, scrape, broken bone, or something even more serious, it’s important to know what steps to take. 

In a serious medical emergency, every second is precious and there’s no time to consult “doctor internet.” With first aid and CPR training from Emergency First Response® (EFR®), you’ll gain the knowledge and skills to help someone in need and become an essential link in the chain of survival.

Gain the Confidence to Care

Earn your CPR certification and learn basic first aid in a fun, non-stressful learning environment. You’ll practice bandaging, illness and injury assessment, and other essential skills that could save the life of someone you care about. 

Gain confidence in your abilities through hands-on practice, and learn how to remember what steps to take in an emergency. Ask your EFR Instructor about EFR training. 

Why Emergency First Response?

Emergency First Response is one of the largest international CPR, AED and first aid training organizations. Every day, in 170 countries around the world, 56,000 EFR Instructors help individuals, communities and businesses prepare for emergencies. EFR Courses make learning easy by providing a non-stressful environment and learning tools to help students remember key procedures in an emergency.

EFR Primary and Secondary Care

Through a combination of knowledge development and hands-on skill practice, you’ll learn how to identify and respond to life-threatening emergencies (primary care). Learn how to identify a stroke, handle a spinal injury, administer CPR and gain other essential lifesaving skills.

During the secondary care part of the course, you’ll learn how to handle injuries or illnesses that are not immediately life-threatening. Learn how to bandage and splint injuries, burn care, what to do following an animal bite or sting and other basic first aid skills. Your instructor will help you build confidence through hands-on practice in realistic scenarios. 


An Automated External Defibrillation (AED) can increase someone’s odds of surviving cardiac arrest by up to 50 percent. Learn how to deploy and use an AED and perform basic CPR. 

Please note, the EFR CPR & AED course alone does not meet the prerequisites for PADI Rescue Diver, Divemaster or Instructor courses. You may add AED training to a Primary & Secondary Care course. 

Care for Children

During the Emergency First Response Care for Children course, you’ll learn what to do if a child or infant is ill or injured. Find out how medical emergencies can be different for children versus adults and gain valuable insights about the emotional aspects of caring for children. You’ll also learn how to prevent common childhood injuries and illnesses. 

Through knowledge development and realistic scenario practice, you’ll acquire the knowledge and skills you’ll need in an emergency or minor (but tear-inducing) mishap.

First Aid and CPR Refresher Training

Emergency care skills fade quickly if not practiced regularly. Experts recommend refreshing your CPR and first aid skills every year. Maintain your knowledge investment with an EFR Refresher Course, even if your original training was with another organization.

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