Anaphylaxis Awareness Training
Who is this training for?
This qualification is aimed at individuals working who requires anaphylaxis awareness. The course covers the safe and correct use of Epi-Pens, the Jext Pen and the Emmerade Pen, this devices are the only registered healthcare product for use in the UK. The training is suitable for all parents, carers, teachers, support workers, Patients, childcarers, the sports coach and is ideal for workplace First aiders as part of the workplace HSE recommended annual Continual Professional Development training each year. These three devices are collectively known as AAI’s, Automatic Adrenaline Injectors.
How long will it take?
To complete this qualification learners will undertake a minimum of three hours of learning. You may choose a full face to face training course or complete a blended course where learners complete 1 hour of on-line learning with assessments, followed by two hours of face to face practical learning and final assessment.
Topics include common triggers in the population, the early recognition and symptoms of someone having an severe allergic reaction, immediate treatments and actions to be carried out including calling for the Emergency Medical Services, detailed understanding of how each device works, suffering from anaphylaxis and caring for the casualty until the Emergency Ambulance arrives.
This qualification is assessed by a practical demonstration and a multiple-choice theory test.
Fees and Booking
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Remote First Aid assisted in the consultation of the now accepted guideline changes back in 2016 regarding Paediatric First Aid provision within EYFS.. Working with and responding to our clients responses, who we work with both in England and Wales forming a sound foundation for paediatric first aid training. You may read how we and other stakeholders shaped the current provision within the published UK Government document here.