Following government advice, ESCC have made the decision to postpone or cancel some face to face training. This decision has been made in light of the national concerns about the spread of the coronavirus (COVID - 19). Please see individual courses for more information.
Directly Provided Services (ESCC) / JCR - Joint Community Rehabilitation Teams
ESCC Directly Provided Services
This training is aimed at staff who are supporting clients who are prescribed an adrenaline auto injector or possibly may at any time (e.g. JCR staff)
Support with adrenaline auto-injectors is a Level 3 specialist task (ESCC Safe Handling of Medication Policy)
If supporting clients prescribed with adrenaline, the training must be refreshed annually.
To have an awareness of anaphylaxis and how to administer adrenaline using an auto-injector (e.g. epi-pen).
By the end of this session, it is anticipated you will:
Have an awareness of possible allergens
Be able to describe symptoms of allergic reactions
Be familiar with different types of adrenaline auto-injectors
Know how to administer adrenaline using an auto-injector
Have had a competency assessment in a training environment using a practice Epi-pen.
This training will take place in Room 601 at: St Mary's House 52 St Leonard's Road, Eastbourne BN21 3UU
If you don’t have access to St Marys House, the trainer will be waiting in the reception area at 9.50am to take you to the meeting room. Please arrive promptly as temporary passes are not always available.