Our Understanding Anaphylaxis training courses ensure your staff can understand and identify what anaphylaxis is and how to treat and deal with emergency situations in educational settings. This Understanding Anaphylaxis online training course is great for those working with or around children, including teachers and childminders, and those working in food preparation in these institutions.
This Understanding Anaphylaxis training teaches learners what anaphylaxis is and its signs and symptoms, as well as measures and medicines to reduce the risk of anaphylaxis, and what to do in the event of an emergency anaphylaxis situation in an educational setting. Upon successful completion of the course, learners will receive an Understanding Anaphylaxis training certificate.
Did you know, anaphylactic reactions usually start within minutes, but can occur up to 2-3 hours later? It’s essential for anyone working with children, whether in an educational setting or another, to learn about anaphylaxis in children and young adults as an anaphylactic reaction is potentially life-threatening and requires emergency response immediately.
The aim of this Understanding Anaphylaxis training is to greater increase your knowledge of anaphylaxis, the common issues they face, and the correct support and procedures.
The key points covered in this course are:
On completion of this online Understanding Anaphylaxis training course, learners should know and understand the following:
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Anaphylaxis is an allergic reaction that can be severe and potentially life-threatening.
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There are several triggers for anaphylaxis, which include allergic reactions to foods, medicines, insect stings and latex.
Should anybody suffer an anaphylactic reaction, an immediate emergency response is always required. These reactions may occur immediately or up to 2-3 hours later, so ensuring all staff in your institution are equipped with the knowledge of the treatment and emergency procedures required to respond to such a reaction can help reduce the risks associated with anaphylaxis.
Anyone working with, or around, children or young people should take this Understanding Anaphylaxis training course. This includes those working in education such as teachers, headteachers, teacher assistants, senior leaders, school matrons, and any staff involved in the preparation of food in these educational environments. Activity leaders, childminders, sports coaches, and parents should also take this course to learn more about anaphylaxis and the dangers of these allergic reactions.
Signs and symptoms of anaphylaxis include:
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