Schools Anaphylaxis Training / Asthma & Anaphylaxis Training delivered by highly experienced Registered Nurses in Essex
Anaphylaxis & Allergy Awareness Training Course (60 minute)
This whole school training session equips staff with vital knowledge and skills to recognise when a pupil is having an anaphylaxis reaction and the correct action they need to take, including how to administer emergency medication.
A demonstration on how to use an Adrenaline auto injector (Epipen, Jext, Emerade), prescribed to treat an anaphylaxis reaction, is included in this training and you will be given the opportunity to familiarise yourself with them.
We discuss best practice for emergency procedures, storage of emergency medication and health care plans. New Government Guidelines (October 2017) allowing schools to purchase emergency Adrenaline Auto Injectors without a prescription will also be discussed.
This training gives suggestions on ways of working to eliminate the use of allergens in the school environment. We discuss how to support a child or young person with allergies to develop in the normal way and not be stigmatise or made to feel different from their peers.
Our fun and interactive training programmes are delivered by highly experienced Registered Nurses who combine real life experience with evidence based practice.
- Definition of anaphylaxis
- Signs and symptoms of an allergic reaction
- Common causes
- First Aid
- Adrenaline auto injectors (Epipen, Jext, Emerade)
- Crisis management
- Storage of adrenaline auto-injectors
- Avoidance of allergic substances in the school environment
Schools’ anaphylaxis training courses provided by Teach health.
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