OFFER: Join us as a member and save over 30% on this course!
As a first aid trainer working with schools, colleges, nurseries and community groups, you need to know all about anaphylaxis and severe allergies, the most common allergens, potential for exposure and how to manage the risks. You also need to know best practice emergency treatment, medications, longer term care and how to teach others what they need to know about this condition.
The content of this course is accredited by the Royal College of Nursing (RCN)* and endorsed by the British Society of Allergy and Clinical Immunology (BSACI). Learn to:
- Recognise the symptoms of a severe allergic reaction
- Avoid allergen exposure
- Use all currently licenced adrenaline injectors, including EpiPen, Emerade and Jext
- Respond effectively to an emergency
- Run your own anaphylaxis training with confidence using our easy step-by-step guide
Course time: 4 — 6 hours
Course qualifications: RCN Certificate on completion
Course enrolment includes:
- Trainer adrenaline injector devices to practise administering
- Exclusive film clips showing correct methods for using different devices
- Access to medically reviewed factsheets on the most common allergens, frequently asked questions and sections with advice on travel, eating out and label reading
£90 plus VAT (Non-members)
If you are interested in purchasing this course please call us on 01252 546100. Automatic enrolment is suspended while our AllergyWise website is being upgraded. The site will not be available to existing users on 23rd August 2017 between 8am and 12 noon.
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