Emergency First Response  

What is Emergency First Response?
Emergency First Response Emergency First Response is the fastest-growing international CPR, AED and First Aid training organization, with more than 31,000 instructors world-wide. Emergency First Response Participant courses include Primary Care (CPR), Secondary Care (first aid) and Care for Children courses, as well as a recommended Automated External Defibrillator (AED) component and emergency oxygen use orientation.

Who can take an Emergency First Response provider course?

Anyone who is interested in acquiring or updating CPR and first aid skills.

What do the various Emergency First Response courses include?
Each course provides instruction on how to perform specific Emergency patient care skills (CPR and first aid). Please click the links below to see a detailed description of each Emergency First Response course.

Courses Overview
Emergency First Response courses encompass adult, child and infant CPR and first aid skills, and incorporate Automatic External Defibrillator (AED) training and emergency oxygen use. Emergency First Response also offers comprehensive First Aid at Work courses, specifically designed to meet compliance standards for workplace safety courses internationally. Emergency First Response courses are flexible in design to accommodate scheduling and training needs. They can be taught together or alone in any combination.

The Emergency First Response courses build lay rescuer confidence to provide care when faced with a medical emergency. Students learn and practice the same patient care techniques and principles used by medical professionals, but at a lay person level.

For more info: http://www.emergencyfirstresponse.com


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