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Immunisation Two Day Training -(9am to 4pm) Thursday 4th and Friday 5th January 2018

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Dates of Event
4th January 2018 – 5th January 2018
Last Booking Date for this Event
3rd January 2018
Places Available

We are pleased to be able to offer Immunisation Training based on the Core Curriculum developed by the Health Protection Agency. The aim of the training is to provide practitioners with the latest evidence based knowledge to be able to confidently advise on, and undertake vaccination competently.

The training is suitable for those practitioners, registered and unregistered, who are involved in advising on matters concerning vaccination and also for those who administer vaccinations. If you are unsure whether or not you should attend, please contact us to discuss further.

The 2-day basic training is for those new to Immunisation who have never attended basic training previously.

The Two Day Basic Training costs £300 per delegate. Please note that the training will only run with a min of 15 delegates.

The basic training programme spans two days and covers the following core topics: 

  • The aims of immunisation: national policy and schedules
  • The immune system, how vaccines work and adverse events
  • Vaccine preventable diseases
  • The different types of vaccines used and their composition
  • Current issues and controversies regarding immunisation
  • Communicating with patients and parents
  • Legal aspects of vaccination
  • Storage and handling of vaccines
  • Correct administration of vaccines
  • Documentation, record keeping and reporting

*Please note that the training does not include vaccinations for travel or BLS.

This programme is classroom based and no practical work is involved. After attending training Practitioners are expected to complete a self-assessment, from which they may identify their own learning and practice developmental needs. In accordance with professional requirements, Practitioners would be expected to identify strategies to address these.

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