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Anaphylaxis and Epi-Pen First Aid Course

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2 to 3 hours


The course aims to teach delegates basic aspects of dealing with anaphylactic emergencies, with an emphasis on those occurring in the workplace.
Handling ‘life-threatening’ situations is covered as well as recognizing and responding to some of the more common ailments that may trigger an Anaphylactic shock attack.


On completion of the course, delegates will be able to recognize and deal with:

  • The definition of Anaphylaxis
  • Causes of Anaphylaxis
  • What are the symptoms.
  • Why it occurs.
  • Risks Associated to Anaphylaxis
  • Treatment for a breathing casualty
  • Treatment for Severe Attacks


There are no Prerequisites for this course.


The course is ideal for people who deal with children suffering from Anaphylaxis and who feel that knowledge in the subject would be useful to their company.

Typical Interest Groups

Appointed Persons, Librarians, Teachers, Store Person’s, Drivers, Care Assistants, Offices & Shops, Factories, Schools


On completion of the course, delegates will receive an ‘Anaphylactic trained’ certificate which is valid for three years.

Course Size

Maximum of 12 candidates

Course Cost

£49 per person or £399 per group

Maximum 12 persons

Group discounts available if booked with other First Aid courses.

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TR308 Anaphylaxis and Epi Pen

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