About the Course

You’re at a restaurant with friends celebrating the end of an awesome dive trip.

You and your buddies have been exploring the reefs and taking photos of fish for the last five days.

All of a sudden, one of your buddies grabs his throat and looks frightened. He’s not making any sounds; no coughing, nothing. What do you do?

First, make sure the scene is safe and then ask your buddy, “Are you choking?” He nods. You take up a position behind him, placing your arms around his abdomen and perform abdominal thrusts. After a couple of thrusts, out comes the chunk of food he was choking on. He thanks you and you tell him he should be checked by a doctor.

Earn your CPR certification and learn basic first aid in a fun, non-stressful learning environment. You’ll practice bandaging, illness and injury assessment, and other essential skills that could save the life of someone you care about.

Gain confidence in your abilities through hands-on practice, and learn how to remember what steps to take in an emergency. Ask your EFR Instructor about EFR training.

  • Flexible schedule and self-pacing: You can work through the programs at your own pace and will have access to them for up to one year after purchase.
  • Easy access: You can learn anywhere you have an internet connection.
  • Progress tracking: Gauge your progress, review your learning history and access your knowledge before and after training.
More Info/Sign up


Anyone can take an EFR class

Gear Requirements

Your scuba diving instructor will advise you on which equipment you need and when.

Get Started

 Sign up today! For more information about the eLearning class call a Dive Utah shop nearest you.


Yes, there is always paperwork to fill out. Get a step ahead by downloading and completing the class and medical forms today.

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