Anaphylaxis and Emergency Medication Awareness Level 2
The Anaphylaxis and Emergency Medication Awareness Level 2 course is designed to provide healthcare support workers and social care workers with crucial knowledge about anaphylaxis, a severe and potentially life-threatening allergic reaction, and the administration of emergency medication to manage it effectively.
During this 2-hour classroom training, participants will learn about anaphylaxis, its causes, and common triggers. They will gain a comprehensive understanding of the signs and symptoms of anaphylactic reactions, enabling them to recognize and respond to emergencies promptly. The course also covers the importance of early intervention and appropriate management techniques.
Upon successful completion of the course, learners will receive a certificate that is valid for 3 years. This certification acknowledges their knowledge of anaphylaxis, highlighting their ability to respond to anaphylactic emergencies in a timely and appropriate manner.
The Anaphylaxis and Emergency Medication Awareness Level 2 course is mapped to the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) QS119. This alignment ensures that the course content is consistent with the evidence-based recommendations provided by NICE, further enhancing the credibility and relevance of the training. The course costs £330 for up to 12 learners. Prices may vary based on your unique requirements.
- To explain the use of adrenaline and describe the method for its administration
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