Allergies which have the potential to induce an anaphylactic reaction are becoming more common place these days in both adults and children. Knowing how to manage an emergency situation which involves a person in Anaphylactic shock is an essential skill for those who work with the general public.
Would you know what to do if someone’s airway closed over?
If they have a diagnosed condition would you know how to locate and administer their medication?
Who really is at risk and who should be trained?
Think about the duties of your role and the nature of your work and ask yourself the following questions -
Do you work in a public place which sees a lot of people traffic such as a supermarket or tourism operator?
Does your job or volunteering role require you to be in charge of large groups of people such as a teacher or museum guide?
Do you work in one on one situations with clients such as cleaning for the disabled, a psychiatrist or personal trainer?
If you answered yes to any of these questions then you should consider the need for Anaphylaxis Training
Click the link below to download a PDF copy of the course content, duration and nationally accredited course code.