PADI Emergency First Response

Take a step toward emergency preparedness and meet PADI Rescue Diver prerequisites with Emergency First Response

As one of the foremost international CPR and first aid training companies, Emergency First Response gives you the confidence to respond to medical emergencies -- not just in the diving world, but in your every day world with your family, friends, neighbours and co-workers too

In the event of an emergency - take an Emergency First Response course. Emergency First Response courses encompass

  • CPR courses for adults, children and infants
  • First aid for adults, children and infants
  • Automated External Defibrillator - AED - training
  • Emergency Oxygen Provider course
  • The Emergency First Response Instructor and Instructor Trainer courses
PADI Emergency First Response
Applicable in every day life not just diving, I wish I had undertaken a course like this years ago. Highly recommended whether you are a diver or not.
PADI Emergency First Response
Diving aside this is just a great course for anyone to do. From basic first aid to life saving skills, this is an amazingly useful course, and excellently delivered by Yu Diving.
PADI Emergency First Response
In case an accident does happen, it's important to be able to help. Course was fun and taught in a very professional and serious manner. Highly recommended.
PADI Emergency First Response
A must have for any diver!!!! Great course taught in a professional way! Could not recommend it highly enough! If you are serious about scuba diving YU Diving is the only place to go! Friendly and professional from the start to the end!

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PADI Emergency First Response

  • £125

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Tags: scuba diving courses, padi scuba diving courses, efr, rescue


These three forms will all need completing in order to conduct any scuba diving training or development courses with Yu Diving.

 The MEDICAL STATEMENT requires you to answer with only the words YES or NO.

A tick or cross is not accepted by the code of conduct set by PADI. The details of these standards are both our and your resposibilities and are contained within the forms which everyone is required to complete before commencing dive training.

As A PADI Scuba Diver Please ensure that you read (and if necessary show your GP) the entire document ... however ... you only need print the first 2 pages - save the forests a page at a time  :-)

Directions for Training

Our central Manchester confined water training is conducted at one of the finest training facilites in the country: Manchester Aquatics CentreThe faclilities include the Olympic sized pool in which we are able to train and the Olympic high board diving pool with variable depth of 0 to 5m. The facility is located with excellent transport links with frequent bus connections between The University of Manchester and Manchester Metropolitan University and train connections from all cities across the UK. There are excellent car parking facilities and for those of you travelling to us from abroad, Manchester Airport has direct bus and train routes to the centre, with convienient accomodation on-route.


Our south Manchester confined water training is conducted in the beautiful countyside of Cheshire: Knutsford Leisure CentreThe facilities include a well maintained, clean, bright and large sized swimming pool with a sloping floor and a large sized free car park. Knutsford is easily accessible via the M6 and M56, with both rail and bus networks within walking distance and some beautiful accomodations for travellers.


Much of our Open Water training is conducted at Eccelston Delph QuarryThe facilities include a well maintained dive site, with convienient entry and exit points. There is also a nice cafe, pleasant surroundings and a large sized free car park. Ecceslston is accessible via the M6, with a nearby rail link and has some beautiful accomodations for travellers, including on-site lodge accomodation overlooking the quarry.

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