Organisational Enrolment – Epilepsy: An Introduction to Understanding and Managing Epilepsy

$396.00

Associated Courses

  • Epilepsy: An introduction to understanding and managing epilepsy

Where a person has a duty of care or responsibility for an individual living with epilepsy this introduction eLearning module will enable them to develop the knowledge required to provide appropriate supports in the workplace, while also developing a better understanding of their peer, client or patient and the impacts of living with epilepsy on the individual.

Where the individual living with epilepsy has been prescribed emergency medication staff will also require training in the administration of emergency medication.

BEFORE YOU PURCHASE THE COURSE, PLEASE NOTE: You can enrol up to 30 participants in this course, follow these 3 steps:

Step 1: Choose participant enrolment numbers using the ' ' or '-' buttons to select the number of participants to be enroled in this course.

Step 2: If you (the person purchasing the course) are not participating in the course untick Enrol Me.

Step 3: Click on Add to Cart and proceed to Checkout to purchase and enrol yourself (if you are participating) and/or any other people participating in the course. Enroling more than 30 participants will incur additional charges automatically added at checkout.

At conclusion of the purchase and enrolment process, each participant will receive a course link via email.

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Description

This one hour eLearning module will provide participants with the underpinning knowledge required to support an individual living with epilepsy.

Topics Covered:

  1. Facts about epilepsy
  2. Seizure types  and what seizure activity may look like
  3. Epilepsy Management Planning process, the Epilepsy Management Plan (EMP) and the Emergency Medication Management Plan (EMMP)
  4. Basic first aid response for seizures
  5. The potential impacts of epilepsy on the life of the individual

 

Who should do this course?

Anyone who has a ‘duty of care’ responsibility for a person living with epilepsy.

Anyone wanting to improve their awareness and understanding of epilepsy and its impact on the individual.

You and Your
Family

Health and
Direct Care

Education and
Training

Employers and
Communities

 

Time and Assessment:

This eLearning module will take approximately one hour to complete and includes 15 questions to check understanding as the participant progresses through the course.

Participants will be asked to complete a pre-course self-assessment of their understanding of epilepsy and a post course evaluation and self-assessment.

A Certificate of Completion can be generated on completion of all tasks.

 

More information or offline resources:

Maximum of 30 staff enrolment per course. Enroling more than 30 participants will incur additional charges automatically added at checkout.

This course is available offline, please contact us to discuss options.

 

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Additional Information

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Accreditation

Currently this course holds no accreditation status.

CPD Recognition

Many industry associations require their members or affiliates to complete continuing professional development.Please check your individual industry association to confirm that this eLearning module meets the required standards.

This eLearning module is included on the Victorian Institute of Teaching Special Needs Plan PD Provider List and meets the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers: Standards 4.1, 1.5 and 1.6

This eLearning module has been developed within the Epilepsy Foundation quality framework which meets ISO9001:2008.

If you would like the Epilepsy Foundation to discuss industry recognition with your industry association please contact us.