4 courses in this bundle

Anaphylaxis & Allergy Training for Schools & Carers

CPD, IIRSM
Health & Safety
40m

This Anaphylaxis and Allergy Training offers practical guidance on allergy management and explains how to offer comprehensive support to children with allergies. It also looks at how to deal with an Anaphylaxis Shock, school policies and responsibilities and the impact that allergies can have on children. 

Children with complex needs - Anaphylaxis and allergies

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Asthma Training for Schools & Carers

CPD, IIRSM
Health & Safety
50m

The perfect course for those who support or work closely with children with Asthma. This Asthma Training for Schools and Carers looks at the triggers and symptoms of Asthma, the correct medication, how to deal with an Asthma attack and what responsibilities schools have. 

Children with complex needs - Asthma

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Diabetes Training for Schools & Carers

CPD, IIRSM
Health & Safety
40m

The UK has the world’s 5th highest rate of Type 1 diabetes in children with over 35,000 children in the UK having either Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes. Our training looks at the everyday risks and responsibilities, administering medication, school trips and education & wellbeing. 

Children with complex needs - Diabetes

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Epilepsy Training for Schools & Carers

CPD, IIRSM
Health & Safety
45m

On average, there is at least one child with Epilepsy in every primary school and up to 5 in every secondary school! Our course looks at the types of Epileptic Seizures, triggers and treatment, your responsibilities and how Epilepsy can affect education and well-being. 

Children with complex needs - Epilepsy

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Your Legal Responsibilities

All schools and institutes of education have legal responsibilities when it comes to caring for children with complex needs. See current legislation below: 

  • The Children and Families Act 2014

    Pupils in school with medical conditions should be properly supported to ensure that they have access to a full education, which also includes school trips and physical forms of education.

  • The Equality Act 2010

    The Equality Act of 2010 stipulates that anyone with a long-term health condition, such as diabetes, cannot be treated any differently to anyone else because of their condition.It legally protects people from discrimination inside and outside of the workplace and replaced all previous anti-discrimination laws that were in place before, such as The Disability Discrimination Act 1995.

  • KCSIE 2018

    The KCSIE document sets out legal duties that schools and colleges must comply with when it comes to safeguarding.Every school or college that purchases an education course with us will get free access to our KCSIE 2018 course.

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