For the divers who want to be the “Aqua-Man” of the diving world!
Be prepared for any diving emergency with Emergency First Response (EFR) and Rescue courses! Learn vital life-saving skills and gain the confidence to handle any situation that may arise. Our certified instructors will teach you how to properly respond to medical emergencies and how to safely handle rescue situations. Whether you’re a recreational or professional diver, these courses are essential for anyone who wants to be prepared for the unexpected. Invest in your safety and the safety of others, sign up for EFR and Rescue courses today!
Emergency First Response (EFR) Primary and Secondary Care Training
Emergency First Response (EFR) Primary and Secondary Care Training is a course that teaches individuals how to provide emergency care in life-threatening situations. The course focuses on providing primary care (such as cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and first aid) and secondary care (such as managing injuries or illnesses) to victims. The course is designed for individuals who want to learn emergency care skills, including scuba divers and non-divers. It is also a prerequisite for the Rescue Diver course. The course is conducted by certified instructors.
- Prerequisites: Desire to help others
- Total time commitment: 4-8 hours
- Minimum age: None
Rescue Diver course is designed to develop the knowledge and skills necessary to recognize and manage diving emergencies, and to provide effective assistance and rescue to other divers. The course typically includes both classroom and in-water training, and covers topics such as self-rescue, recognizing and managing stress in other divers, emergency management and equipment, and rescuing panicked and unresponsive divers.
The course is typically divided into three sections: Knowledge Development, Confined Water Dives, and Open Water Dives. During the Knowledge Development section, students will learn about dive accident scenarios, dive first aid and emergency management, and dive rescue techniques. In the Confined Water Dives, students will practice self-rescue and diver rescue exercises in a pool or controlled environment. Finally, during the Open Water Dives, students will put into practice what they have learned during the previous sections in an open water environment.
- Prerequisites : Advance Open Water Diver EFR Primary and Secondary Care training (or qualifying training) within 24 months
- Total time commitment : 4-5 days
- Minimum age : 12 years or older
- Depth : 0
Please review the Medical Questionnaire carefully. If the answer “NO” to all 10 questions on the first page, you are CLEARED to PARTICIPATE in the diving course and can COMPLETE the form UPON ARRIVAL at Mataharidivers dive center.
If you indicate “YES” to any of the 1O questions on the medical questionnaire you may need a doctor’s clearance before participating especially Individuals with a chronic conditions, on certain medications, or who have recently undergone surgery.
EFR + RESCUE 5D4N
|Fan||RM 1900||RM 1660|
|A/C Room||RM 2020||RM 1720|
- Course Certification + Learning Materials
- Confined Water Session
- 3 Open Water Training Dives ( Boat Dives )
- Training Equipment
- 1 Round Trip Boat Transfer ( Kuala Besut Jetty – Perhentian Island – Kuala Besut Jetty )
- Breakfast Meal
- Mataharidivers T-shirt ( While Stock Last )
- Refreshment At Mataharidivers Dive Center
- Wifi At Mataharidivers Dive Center
Is the island marine park conservation fee included in the package price?
No.The Marine Park conservation fee should be paid at the park's designated payment counter or office. It is usually located near the jetty or at the park's entrance.
Does the Scuba Diving activity price / package include equipment rental?
How can I make a reservation?
Please contact us via email@example.com or WhatsApp at +6013 931 9279 or +6011 5344 6464 and provide the following information: Name, mobile number, email address, ic / passport number, number of divers, package type, diving date(s), check-in and check-out dates and any special dietary requirements or allergies.
What types of payment does your business accept?
We accept payment through cash, credit card , WISE and bank transfer methods.
Do I have to pay a deposit?
Yes, a 40% non-refundable deposit is required to secure your booking within 3 days.
When do I have to make the final payment?
Once you arrived at Mataharidivers dive center.Before starting the activities.