Emergency First Response in Nusa Penida

The Emergency First Response course helps build the confidence of non-professional rescuers to better respond to a medical emergency.

The Emergency First Response course helps build the confidence of non-professional rescuers to better respond to a medical emergency.

As a PADI 5 Star dive resort, Warnakali brings you world-renowned training under the supervision of experienced professionals. We offer diving training and initiations to adults and children.

Emergency First Response in Nusa Penida

Who should take the Emergency First Response course?

The objective of the Emergency First Response course is to build the confidence of lay rescuers to enable them to better respond to a medical emergency . Course participants learn to follow simple steps to provide emergency first aid. Learning in a non-stressful environment is one of the keys to training. All courses are further supported by self-study manuals, videos and quick reference cards. Classes take place at the PADI Warnakali Dive Center in Nusa Penida .

The EFR courses meet the CPR (primary care) and first aid training requirements for the PADI Rescue Diver course of PADI training and all professional levels. Warnakali instructors are also emergency first response instructors. The EFR courses described below are based on internationally recognized medical guidelines for emergency care.

What will you learn during the Emergency First Response course?

Primary care (RCP)

This course teaches you the steps and techniques for dealing with life-threatening emergencies. You will learn eight techniques to help patients who are not breathing, have no pulse, have a possible spinal cord injury, are in shock, or have severe bleeding. You will also learn how to perform CPR and continue to monitor the patient. The aim is to offer the patient every possible chance of survival while waiting for medical help to arrive.

Secondary care (First aid)

Many medical conditions are not life threatening. Medical assistance can also sometimes be delayed or unavailable. This course teaches you how to provide care that reassures, soothes pain and reduces the risk of more serious injuries. You will learn how to assess different injuries and illnesses, how to bandage and apply splints.

Child care

This course allows participants to learn, practice and apply first aid techniques to be administered to injured or sick infants and children. It is designed especially for those who work with children or are likely to have to respond to emergencies involving young people. This training is often integrated into the Primary Care (RCP) and Secondary Care (First Aid) course. This course is optional.

RCP & DEA

This course focuses on CPR training and the use of the AED (Automated External Defibrillator). When workplace or government conditions specifically require this training, the RCP & AED course meets the demand. This training is often integrated into the First Aid course in the workplace.

EFR Refresher

It is a good idea to refresh your CPR and first aid techniques every 24 months. The EFR Refresher course is designed for this with an emphasis on reviewing techniques . This allows you to stay up to date and be ready to provide help when needed.