As an Emergency First Response Instructor you will be be teaching skills recognised internationally as the standards for emergency care. The courses you will be able to teach can be to scuba divers or non-scuba divers seeking to become an Emergency First Responder.
What will you learn ?
Your purpose as an Emergency First Response Instructor is to teach CPR and First Aid in a positive learning environment. Part of learning how to be a teacher is to understand course structures and organisation of the courses but will also experience:
- Course presentation content
- Student self-discovery stimulation
- Evaluation student’s skills during practical lessons and exams
- Teaching and managing scenario based learning experiences
You will learn the Cicle of Care, how you fit into the Chain of Survival with the constant theme being “Adequate care provided is better than perfect care withheld”.
The EFR Instructor in Bali is required to become a PADI Instructor. You can also participate in this certification level as a non diver or prior to an Instructor Course in Bali. The only requirement for the EFR Instructor course is to already have the participant level of Emergency First Response Primary and Secondary Care or equivalent (CPR and First Aid) training within the past 24 months.
View the 2018 IDC Calendar
PADI Instructor Development Courses take place every month allowing you a flexible time frame for when and how you wish to join.
Applying for our IDC classes can be either through our normal course structures as well as our Fast and Slow IDC’s.
- Professional teaching staff
- Emergency Oxygen Provider
- After-hours EFR Support
- Hotel transfer
- Snacks, drinks & lunch
- Multiple types of discounts ( ask directly to the office )
- Be at least 18 years old
- Have CPR and First Aid Training within the last 24 months