Epilepsy Awareness and Buccal Midazolam Accredited Training Course for Schools (2 hours)
This 2-hour accredited training will provide staff with a full understanding of epilepsy, the different seizure types and the impact epilepsy can have on learning and behaviour. Staff will also learn a variety of strategies to support a pupil with epilepsy.
Training includes the use of emergency medication for prolonged seizures (buccal midazolam) and sets out the principles and safety aspects that relate to administration.
A variety of teaching and learning methods are used including group workshops and case studies. Video footage of different seizure types is also included.
Epilepsy awareness and buccal midazolam training covers:
- What is epilepsy?
- Causes of epilepsy
- Different seizure types
- Management of seizures
- Common seizure tiggers
- When to call an ambulance
- Risk assessment and promotion of safety
- Effects on learning
- Inclusion and adjustments
- Health care plans
- What is buccal midazolam?
- How to administer safety
- Possible side effects
- Safe storage and accessibility
This fun and interactive training is delivered by highly experienced Registered Nurses with current clinical experience in this field.
The programme can be delivered to up to 20 staff or training can be delivered in two parts, with all school staff attending the Epilepsy Awareness (90 minutes) and a selected group of up to 20 staff staying behind to learn how to safely administer Buccal Midazolam (30 minutes).
- Whole School Epilepsy Awareness (90 minutes) – cost £295
- Plus Buccal Midazolam (additional 30 minutes) – cost £350
A certificate of attendance is awarded on completion and is valid for 1 year.
Delivered at your venue* or virtually face-to-face on a date and time that suits you.
For further details and to make a booking please contact us on 020 8720 6635 or email us at email@example.com. Alternatively you can complete our booking enquiry form and we will get straight back to you. hire.
* Face-to-face training is offered to venues in London, Essex, Hertfordshire and Cambridgeshire.