Supporting Pupils in School with Medical Conditions

Previously referred to as Managing Medicines in School this course is designed for those who are responsible for:

  • supporting pupils at school with medical conditions
  • administering medications to children in residential or other child care environments
  • managing medicines in schools and early years settings

The course gives an overview of the Supporting Pupils at School with Medical Conditions guidance published by DFES/DOH.  This was released in September 2014, and updated in December 2015.  It replaces the Managing Medicines in Schools and Early Years Settings guidance 2005, which described the standards for medicines management in schools and early years settings.

It also gives an overview of the legal responsibilities that governing bodies have towards children with medical conditions at school. This includes the legal responsibilities for those administering medicines to children under 16 and an awareness of how these medications are administered.

The Supporting Pupils at School with Medical Conditions course includes:

  • Introduction
  • Legal responsibilities
  • Medicines policies
  • Prescribed medicines
  • Controlled drugs
  • Non prescription medicines
  • Individual Health care plans
  • Administering medicines
  • Supporting self-administration
  • Refusal of medicines
  • Record keeping
  • Insurance
  • Safe storage and disposal of medicines
  • Emergency medicines and procedures

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/supporting-pupils-at-school-with-medical-conditions–3

IN ADDITION THE COURSE LOOKS AT THE 3 MOST COMMON MEDICAL CONDITIONS CHILDREN MAY HAVE

Diabetes –

  1. Types 1 and 2
  2. Hypoglycaemia
  3. Hyperglycaemia
  4. Diabetic Medications
  5. Blood Testing
  6. Emergency Procedures

 

Asthma –

  1. What is it?
  2. Recognition of Signs & Symptoms
  3. Use of Inhalers & Spacers
  4. Emergency Procedures

 

Epilepsy –

  1. What is it?
  2. Medications & Treatment
  3. Emergency Procedures

The Supporting Pupils at School with Medical Conditions course is held over 4 hours at your work premises, on a date and at a time to suit you.
Optional modules can be added to this course and include:
Anaphylaxis and Auto-Injector
CPR and AED
Basic Life Support

In our second decade of delivering high quality First Aid and Care related courses in the South West, Akesis has built a first class reputation.

Outstanding course delivery,  commitment to excellence, support of students and first class customer service, verified by high level of repeat business from very satisfied customers.

Call us for more information or to get a quote to run a course at your premises please contact us

T: 01823 668 604
M: 07891865018
E: akesisfirstaid@gmail.com
W: www.akesisfirstaid.com

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