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Epilepsy and emergency medication

Is this course suitable for you or your organisation?

This course is available:

  • for Cerebral Palsy Alliance employees:  see the scheduled dates below.
  • for public participants or organisations:  please enquire below about course dates or group bookings at your venue or ours.

Why choose this course?

This course is recommended for those who, as part of their work role, support people with epilepsy.  This course is relevant for disability support practitioners, teachers, teaching support staff and anyone who regularly supports a person with epilepsy.

A specialised facilitator will support learners to develop the essential knowledge and skills required to recognise, support and manage common types of seizures that people with epilepsy may experience in the workplace.  There is a focus on developing the practical skills necessary to follow a person’s individualised epilepsy management plan, apply relevant first aid and (if required) training in administration of prescribed emergency medication.

For Cerebral Palsy Alliance employees
  • At Cerebral Palsy Alliance new staff will receive Epilepsy training as part of the induction course,  Practical Skills Workshop for DSPs. 
  • This course is provided as additional or refresher training.
  • Cerebral Palsy Alliance employees are exempt from the course fee.







What content does the course cover?

This face to face course provides learners with the knowledge and skills required to safely and effectively support a person who may experience an epileptic seizure in the workplace.  This includes knowledge of:

  • the basic anatomy of the brain
  • what epilepsy is including common causes and triggers
  • treatment options and epilepsy management plans
  • different types of epileptic seizures
  • the relevant first aid for common types of epileptic seizures
  • practical training in administering prescribed emergency medication

Does the program have any prerequisites?

  • The following are pre-requisites for this course and participants must have undertaken training in the following areas:
  • Current first aid (including CPR)
  • Current medication training

What is the cost?

Please enquire below.

How long is the course?

Duration: Half day

Where can I get more information?

Contact: The Training Alliance Team 
Email: training@cerebralpalsy.org.au 
Phone: +61 2 9975 8715

Cancellation conditions apply

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Course Dates

Please select your course date.

Start DateLocationCost
Mon 19 Oct 2020 at 9:30AM 1 class Prairiewood Register