EFR Update - Renewal

EFR Update - Renewal

Is it more than 2 years since you last certified in E.F.R. or is your 2 years approaching?

Why EFR Update - Renewal?

This session is structured for those who already hold an EFR qualification and need to re-certify.

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How do I book myself on a course?

To book yourself on a course please select one of the courses above, send us a message, and we will get back to you to discuss further details.

Course Comments...

Below are comments from previous customers who have taken this course. If you have taken this course with us within the past six months please feel free to post your comments.

"An excellent session by Rob which brought into sharp focus the skills and knowledge necessary to provide meaningful emergency response.

His vast experience in the field meant that he could use examples to reinforce the teaching provided, but was always able to explain things in laymas terms. 3 hours very well spent!"

From Alun Morgan, course taken February 2016

"It is amazing how much you forget after 6 months let alone 2 years! A great refresher and Robs extensive knowledge and background in the field only benefits the detail and integrity of the course.

Thanks Rob."

From Gareth Rogers, course taken February 2016

"Great course with Cardiff Scuba as always. Robs personal experience in this field brings the subject to life and makes sure the tuition is first rate. As always the teaching styles is relaxed but very effective (and great fun). Cheers Rob. "

From Dave Brown, course taken February 2016

"Great course with a great instructor. Rob delivered yet again. The quality of instruction is why we come to Cardiff Scuba time after time"

From Gareth Hedges, course taken February 2016

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Further information on EFR Update - Renewal (back to top)

What do I need to start?

You should bring your EFR manual to the update session.

What will I do?

Focus on the practical aspects of the EFR qualification.
Be advised on any recent changes to the EFR guidelines.

How long will it take?

One session - approximately 3 1/2 hours.

What previous experience do I need?

You must curently - or recently - hold an EFR certification.

Please remember that if you are a Rescue Diver or Divemaster you must have a current EFR qualification to keep your certification valid.

What do the fees include?

Re-registration and an updated certification card All personal instruction and use of training aids