Course overview
Dates and bookings

This 2 hour workshop is ideal for anyone working or living with clients, staff, or children who suffer from anaphylaxis and is designed to teach participants to recognise signs and symptoms as well as administering Epinephrine via a patient’s prescribed auto injector such as an EpiPen® or Jext pen.

Auto injector training (EpiPen® or Jext) in schools and nurseries gives you the confidence to do your job to the best of your ability and as we offer anaphylaxis training in Brighton, Hove, Sussex, Surrey, London, Kent and Essex, you're bound to find the right location to suit you. We also offer this course to parents and family members in your own home.

Who can come and where’s it held?

This course can be run for up to 16 people and held at a childcare venue that's located in Sussex, Surrey, Kent or London. Note: we can also provide a venue in Hove or Wimbledon.

What do I get?

You’ll receive full training by an experienced practitioner as well as a certificate of attendance (current for 12 months) upon being able to competently administer an Jext or EpiPen® auto injector.

What's covered within the course?
  • What are allergies?
  • How do they effect the body?
  • The definition of anaphylaxis
  • Triggering factors for anaphylaxis
  • Recognition of signs and symptoms associated with anaphylaxis
  • First aid treatment/management plan for anaphylaxis
  • Prevention of anaphylaxis in a child care setting
  • Administration of epinephrine with an Jext or EpiPen auto injector.

More information about living with an allergy can be found at Anaphylaxis Campaign.




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