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EFR - Secondary Care - Refresher

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EFR - Secondary Care - Refresher

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EFR Secondary Care Refresher Course
Refresh those Adultd First Aid skills



Emergency First Response Secondary Care (First Aid) Refresher Course

Emergency First Response Secondary Care (first aid) covers injuries or illnesses that are not immediately life threatening. Participants focus on secondary assessment and first aid through knowledge development, skill development and realistic scenario practice. 

-- This is a refresher course --






What do I get?

When you enrolled you will be given your own copy of the Emergency First Response Manual and DVD. These should be viewed and completed prior to your session with the knowledge reviews completed.





What you will refresh your skills on?

  • Secondary Skills :

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


How do I do It?

  • You need to be previously qualified in First aid to participate in a refresher course.
  • There is no minimum age requirements there is just a need to care about the welfare and health of others!

What's Next?

Now you know first aid, you may also consider a specialty in AED operation or Oxygen provision. Or if you dive regularily why not specialise in Hazardous Marine Life Injuries or Neurological Assessments?

Like First Aid? - Why not teach it?

Course Details



  • A genuine care for an injured person.
  • An interest in First Aid

1 Classroom session

Participants   1:8
Kit Included   N/A

Completed Knowledge reviews


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