Price of Course:
$449 - The price includes the
EFR Primary and Secondary Care course, the
Primary & Secondary Care manual, Training Bandage Pack, Pocket Mask, the
Rescue Diver course, Rescue Diver manual, Rescue Diver DVD, and slates.
Prerequisites: Must be at least 12 years old prior to start date of class,
certified as an Advanced Open Water Diver or have a qualifying certification from another training organization.
The EFR/CPR & Rescue Diver Package includes the following:
Students training will need to complete the three (3) forms:
Statement of Understanding, and
prior to entering the water.
- EFR Primary and Secondary Care: In the Primary Care course you
will learn care for injuries or illnesses that are not immediately life threatening. In the Secondary Care course you learn
Bandaging and Splints for Dislocation and Fractures. Click here for details about the
EFR Primary and Secondary Course.
- Rescue Diver: The Rescue Diver course is both rewarding and fun! This course
will expand your knowledge and experience level. Rescue Divers learn to look beyond themselves and consider the
safety and well being of other divers. Although this course is serious, it is an enjoyable way to build your confidence.
Click here for details about the
Rescue Diver Course.
Primary & Secondary Care manual, Primary & Secondary Care DVD, Training Bandage Pack and Pocket Mask
(included in course price). The Rescue Diver manual, Rescue Diver DVD, slates
(included in course price).
$150.00 - Costs of materials.
Length of Course: If you have read all the EFR Primary & Secondary Care manual,
completed the knowledge reviews and watched the video prior to coming to class, the classroom session should take
approximately 2 hours depending upon class size. The Rescue Diver course will take approximately 25 hours depending
upon class size. This includes independent study time. If you have read the entire book, completed the knowledge reviews
located at the end of each chapter and watched the entire video prior to coming to the classroom session, the classroom
session will last approximately 2 to 3 hours, the pool session will take approximately 2 to 3 hours and one day at the
lake for the 4 open water scenarios.
Course Dates: We offer monthly classes for the EFR Courses on the 2nd Wednesday
of each month. The EFR course can be scheduled for any non-training weekend. The Rescue Diver course can be scheduled for evenings
or weekends. The open water scenarios can be scheduled on any lake weekend or any dive trip.
Coral Reef Conservation,
Dry Suit Diver,
Enriched Air (Nitrox),
Peak Performance Buoyancy,
UW Digital Photo,
UW Search & Recovery,
How To Sign-Up:
Call us at (972) 467-8314 or you can
sign-up online for the course.
You can come by and pick up the materials or we can have them delivered to your home or office.
Type of Classes: We offer the following types of classes:
(1) Group Class [scheduled classes with 4 students up to 8],
(2) Make Your Own Group [for 4 to 8 students that want to take the class together],
(3) Semi-Private [maximum of two students],
(4) Private [one person private].