EFR - Emergency First Response Training
Emergency First Response
The very first step a Nature Guide needs to take
before starting her/his learning path
and leading activities
is joining a First Aid Training.
Our priority is learning how to assist someone injuried while the EMS arrives
and helping make the difference between optimal recovery or a premanent issue.
After attending this full immersion one-day workshop, participants will learn how to use these skills for those who need emergency care.
Practical skills are developed through scenario role play in a relaxed environment and small groups
Learn Emergency First Response skills
- Prepare for the unexpected:
practical skills to face emergency care situations
- Scenario role play; relaxed environment; small groups
- Six participants per class; international certification included
The workshop will cover the following
Primary care content
assessing the scene, using barriers, alerting EMS, the full cycle of care, CPR&AED, serious bleeding, spinal injury, and shock.
Secondary care First Aid content
dislocation, fractures, cuts, scrapes, bruises, heat injuries, electrical injuries, and various illnesses (hearth attack, stroke, diabetic problems, seizures, allergies, bites).
Shanghai, Xuhui district, Panyu road 1199
Agora Space, near subway Yili road, exit 5
Participants need to bring:
- Own reusable water bottle
- A little snack (optional)
- Flexible comfortable cloths for kneeling on the floor
Green Steps connects people with nature. We design and implement experiential activities to increase respect and understanding for Mother Earth. We teach hands-on natural sciences using the outdoors as a playground and laboratory. We provide families, schools and companies with a personalized solution to develop environmental knowledge.