A 3 hour course, for the awareness and care of a child having an allergic reaction.
Aims and Objectives
The aims and objectives of the Anaphylaxis First Aid Course are to equip all attendees with the knowledge required in the prevention, recognition and treatment of severe allergic reactions including the use of auto injectors.
Maximum of 12 attendees per instructor
This course is delivered via a range of techniques including:
- Instructor led presentation
- Group discussion
The number of different methods of presentation is flexible to suit the needs of the group.
This course is subject to ongoing assessment by the instructor throughout the course. There is no final assessment. The Instructor observes attendees practice sessions as the training progresses to ensure the required level of understanding.
All successful attendees will be awarded a certificate which is valid for three years.
What do I need to host this course on site?
A room that will comfortably seat your amount of attendees.
Introduction & Course Administration
- What is an allergic reaction
- Who develops them
- Food intolerance
- Types & Causes
- IgE antibodies and their effects
- Body reaction Signs & Symptoms
- Identifying causes
- Foods and Hidden ingredients
- Anaphylaxis campaign and first aid for casualty
- Real cases
- Emergency Action Plan
- Help parents “let go” when child goes to nursery / school
- Epi-pen and Ana-pen trainers
- Dispelling myths
- Causes if Epilepsy
- Minor Seizure
- Minor Seizure Treatment
- Major Seizure Recognition
- Major Seizure Do’s
- Major Seizure Don’ts
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