First Aid Management of Anaphylaxis Course Code 22300VIC

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Nationally recognised courses. Courses includes Risk Management & Epipen training.

This short course is designed to develop skills and knowledge to assist a casualty suffering a severe allergic reaction, by the administration of the casualty’s own adrenalin supply through a controlled dose injecting device, until the arrival of medical assistance. In addition the course develops skills in the recognition, management, prevention and risk minimisation strategies related to allergic reactions and anaphylaxis, providing the outcomes required to develop and implement a management plan to reduce the risk of severe reactions in individuals diagnosed with anaphylaxis


  • Understanding Anaphylaxis
  • Triggers of Anaphylaxis
  • Signs and symptoms of an allergic reaction
  • The Emergency Action Plan
  • The adrenaline auto – injector – what it does
  • Using the adrenaline – auto injector
  • Safe storage and handling of the auto-injector
  • Risk assessment and risk minimisation
  • Legislation and responsibilities
  • Evaluation of policies, procedures and emergency incidents

There are no prerequisites for this competency unit
4 hours with a mix of  face to face training, practical and assessments
Course participants will demonstrate practical skills and theoretical knowledge. Participants will also be involved in role plays/scenario work, group activities and verbal questioning. Participants will work through a workbook –written answers and multiple choice questions.
Participants will be issued with a nationally recognised Statement of Attainment upon successful completion of the course
It is recommended that this course be redone annually (every 12 months), by the industry standards


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