Course Duration: 2 hours

MAXIMUM OF 12 DELEGATES

Course Description

Anaphylaxis is a major medical emergency. It is vital for anyone who may have to deliver emergency medication to have the appropriate Anaphylaxis training. Our staff will advise and reassure you on this simple procedure during a fun, interactive and practical training session. This course can be delivered with you in the workplace or you may want to attend one of our open training courses.

This programme is designed to help an individual that may support an Adult or Child with Anaphylaxis. This includes the safe administration of an Epi-Pen. This is especially important where teachers, teaching assistants, School staff, or Adult carers maybe asked to administer this response medication under their “loco perentas” status, the mental capacity act or as part of their normal daily duties.

Anaphylaxis is a Major Medical Emergency

A delay in recognising and treating the early signs of Anaphylaxis can have severe & life threatening consequences.

Overview & Typical Course Content

What This Course Offers

  • This very practical course will allow suitably qualified First Aid personnel and Lifeguards to use the AED competently and with confidence.
  • Not only does this course deal with the use of an AED, but it also revisits some basic First Aid skills, including resuscitation.
  • Basic Life Support
  • We can deliver this course on your premises, reducing your costs in respect of additional time out and travelling.
  • 1st Choice Safety Training follow the guidelines, and beyond, of the European Resuscitation Council and the Resuscitation Council UK to ensure a comprehensive programme.
  • Casualty support and aftercare, including subsequent administration

Other Information

  • Certificate Renewal: Our certificate is recommended for 3 years. We do however also recommend that carry out continual refresher training.
  • Max Delegates: There is no minimum number of delegates but we look to have group sizes of no more than 12. We can cater for larger groups by providing extra qualified trainers.