CPR and Anaphylaxis Update

Includes Adult and Paediatric Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation, choking and anaphylaxis. This interactive, easy to follow course is tailored for staff and Healthcare Professionals working in a GP Practice setting.
Coronavirus has posed a big challenge for us and training has changed. It also means that the fundamentals of Basic and Advanced Life Support have changed to protect the patient and resuscitator.
Delivered by trainers who work in General Practice and approved by the Resuscitation council this course helps you to respond to medical emergencies with confidence and professionalism.

The course follows the UK and European Resuscitation Council Guidelines and will enable you to meet your annual update requirements in Basic Life Support, AED and anaphylaxis.
Our trainers are aware of the challenges when planning and carrying out emergency treatment in Practice. – This is a filmed resource taken in a General Practice Setting using typical case scenarios.

All Practice staff, Nurses, Pharmacists and GP’s in General Practice

Learning in a relaxed atmosphere. We offer IT support during live sessions and your knowledge is assessed, and a certificate given.

Attend the course on a laptop, computer, or Smartphone.

If you have any technical difficulties the course will be recorded

CPR- adult, child and infant
Anaphylaxis
Choking adult and child

What if I am not available on that day or time? 

we will have an online version available. The course may be repeated again at a later date

 

How does this course differ from others?

There are a lot of short courses available but this is a longer course packed with loads of practical knowledge to take back to your workplace. It is a proven course with excellent feedback.

 

Do I need a microphone and webcam?

Yes this is a requirement of the course – this would allow you more participation and involvement in the sessions.

 

What if I have not done a live online course before?

We have resident IT support and the whole process will be thoroughly explained. There will be a facility to message us if you have any difficulties whilst the course takes place.

 

How much time will I have to spend on the Distance learning pack?

The pack will take approximately 8 hours to complete. You will have 3 months to complete it.

 

How much time will I have to spend on the case studies

Approximately 2 hours on each.

 

How do I use the competencies?

They can be worked through with a mentor. If there are any areas that you will not be covering in practice you will not be expected to complete.

 

Have I got to have 1 mentor or can I be supervised by more than 1?

We recognise that you can gain a lot of knowledge and experience from different supervisors. We do not recommend more than 3 but as long as you tell us who they are that is fine.

 

How will my mentor know what to do?

We have an explanatory pack that will be sent to you to share with your mentor

 

Do I have to meet face to face with a mentor?

No, as long as you can discuss cases via the internet that is fine

 

What qualifications does the Mentor have to have?

They should be an experienced Practitioner who has undertaken training in Minor Illness i.e a GP or ANP

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