Emergency First Response Primary and Secondary Care Course
The EFR Primary and Secondary Care course is split to two parts being the Emergency First Response Primary Care (CPR) section which covers emergency care for most life-threatening situations. Students are taught the Cycle of Care to guide them. The second part of the EFR Primary and Secondary Care program is the Secondary Care (First Aid) section which covers secondary patient assessment and first aid. Secondary patient assessment teaches participants how to conduct patient head-to-toe evaluations, allowing them to determine the extent of an injury or illness when Emergency Medical Service personnel are unavailable or delayed.
What To Expect
The Emergency First Response Primary Care and Secondary Care course covers a mix of independent study via eLearning and then a hands-on approach learning about rescue procedures through a controlled setting with skill practice and then role-played real-life scenario practice.
EFR Primary and Secondary Schedule
Prior to Practical Day
Complete your EFR eLearning
8am – Meet at the Malaysia Mermaid Club Classroom
8.15am – Welcome and Registration
8.30am – Review of EFR eLearning
9am – Watch EFR Video
10.30am – Start with Primary Care Skill Practice 1 – 9
12pm – Lunch
1.30pm – Continue with Primary Care Skills 1 – 9
2.30pm – Secondary Care Skills 1 – 4
3pm – Scenario Practice 1 – 5
4pm – EFR Final Exam
5pm – Certification and Finish the EFR program
Requirements to Take Part
Anyone of any age can take part in this course. There are no minimum certification requirements.
The EFR program is available in English, Bahasa Melayu, Chinese, Chinese Mandarin, Cantonese, and Hakka.
EFR program as per schedule above, EFR eLearning, EFR eCard, EFR Instructor Fees, Classroom and Mannequin Use, and Lunch.
MYR 450 / per person