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CPR & AED Course

The Emergency First Response CPR & AED course teaches the basic principles of CPR and how to deploy and use an Automated External Defibrillation (AED) in an emergency situation. This life saving device can increase a patient’s chance of survival from a cardiac arrest by approximately fifty percent.

The skills you learn:


  • Scene Assessment

  • Barrier Use

  • Primary Assessment

  • Chest Compressions

  • Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
    - chest compressions
    - artificial respiration (rescue breaths)

  • AED (Automated External Defibrillator) use





None - EFR courses are available for anyone



Course Structure


3-4 hours in a classroom.





Our classroom in Sheung Wan, or if you have a large group we can come to your preferred location.



Course fee


CPR & AED Course: HKD900 per person (minimum two participants)


Course fee includes professional instruction, course manual and certification fee.



What you need


Comfortable clothes you don't mind rolling on the floor in.

CPR and AED training in Hong Kong.
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CPR&AED training in Hong Kong.

This course is a popular choice for annual CPR training when workplace or governmental requirements specify CPR training.


You'll learn to provide first aid to a patient in cardiac arrest by providing CPR in a nonstressful learning environment with and without an AED. You'll learn the skills through a combination of knowledge development, skills development and realistic scenario practice.


The CPR&AED course includes the first five skills from the EFR Primary Care course plus an AED segment.

CPR & AED Course teaches you to assist patients in cardiac arrest with and without an AED.

Current AEDs are easy to use and widely available.

Next course:
CPR & AED Course


Friday, Jun 7

19:00 - approx. 21:30


Pro-Diver, Sheung Wan

Note to divers:

The CPR&AED Course does not fulfill the CPR&First Aid requirements for PADI Rescue Diver, Divemaster or Instructor Development Courses. The prerequisites for these courses require completion of EFR Primary and Secondary Care course.

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