Providing first aid training can help you generate off-season business and diversify your revenue stream. Reaching out to your community at large and teaching first aid prepares the members of your community to act in an emergency, and it is a great way to introduce them to the world of scuba diving.
Being an Emergency First Response Instructor or a CPR/First Aid Instructor with another agency is also a requirement for becoming a PADI Open Water Scuba Instructor!
Cozumel Dive Academy offers CPR and First Aid training from Emergency First Response and Divers Alert Network (DAN).
As an Emergency First Response Instructor, you will be qualified to teach the three core Emergency First Response Courses:
As a Divers Alert Network Instructor, you will be trained using DAN's latest First Aid Training, Version 3.0. These programs have been updated to meet to most current ILCOR and AHA guidelines for CPR and First Aid. DAN Version 3.0 integrates the latest international protocols for CPR, first aid, and related skills. These courses focus on basic life support, emergency oxygen, and first aid for dive professionals.
Once you have completed your DAN Diving First Aid for Professional Divers Instructor Qualification Course (IQC), you will be qualified to teach the following DAN Courses:
Diving First Aid for Professional Divers also incorporates all the knowledge and skills from:
The DFA Pro Course you will offer to your students is the most comprehensive first aid course in the dive industry.
We also offer stand-alone Instructor Qualification Courses for: