Please note before purchase:
This training covers seizure emergencies and how they are managed outside the hospital setting.
Who is this course for?
This course has been designed for anyone needing to administer rectal Diazepam and is suitable for professionals including carers, teachers and disability workers.
The course includes:
1. Different seizure emergencies
2. Seizure management plans
3. What medications are used and why
4. How to administer rectal Diazepam
5. Possible contingencies
How do I complete this course?
This course is delivered completely online and is self-paced. Participants will be required to film and upload their practical assessment video for our assessors to mark.
How long do I have to complete the course?
This course is to be completed within 3 months.
How long does it take to complete this course?
Please allow 3-5 hours to complete this course.
Is anything required before I start?
To successfully complete this course, participants need to have recently completed Epilepsy Essentials training and we strongly recommend that participants hold a current first aid certificate or CPR competency.
What happens when I finish the course?
Participants will be required to complete quizzes and a practical assessment before receiving a certificate of completion.
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