Organisational Enrolment – Understanding the Epilepsy Management Plan


Associated Courses

  • Understanding the Epilepsy Management Plan

No matter the work environment, if there is a duty of care or responsibility for a person living with epilepsy then this eLearning module will give participants the required knowledge to provide appropriate support to that individual as defined within their Epilepsy Management Plan (EMP).

BEFORE YOU PURCHASE THE COURSE, PLEASE NOTE: You can register 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 enrolled 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. Enrolling 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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This 30 minute eLearning Module will give participants the knowledge required to provide appropriate support to the individual as documented within their Epilepsy Management Plan (EMP).

Topics Covered:

By the end of this module participants will:

    1. Understand the purpose of the Epilepsy Management Plan
    2. Understand how an Epilepsy Management Plan is developed.
    3. Understand the type of information you should find within the Epilepsy Management Plan
    4. Be able to recognise Epilepsy Management Plan documentation


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 individual planning for a person living with epilepsy.

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Time and Assessment:

This eLearning module will take approximately 30 minutes to complete and includes an Epilepsy Management Plan scenario with 5 questions to check the participants ability to read and understand a plan.

Participants will be asked to complete a pre-course self-assessment of your understanding of the Epilepsy Management Plan 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:

This course teaches participants how to read an Epilepsy Management Plan (EMP).

Templates for this plan can be found at

Maximum of 30 participants per course. Enrolling 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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This course is endorsed by the Australian Primary Health Care Nurses Association (APNA) according to approved quality standards criteria. Completion of this course entitles eligible participants to claim up to 1 CPD hour.

This  course is endorsed by the Australian College of Nursing (ACN) according to their Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Endorsed Course Standards. It has been allocated 1 CPD hour according to the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia – Continuing Professional Development Standard.

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 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.