Epilepsy & Midazolam Training
Epilepsy, Seizure First Aid and Midazolam Training
Thank you for your interest in improving the lives of people living with epilepsy through epilepsy training and education.
Epilepsy WA offers affordable face-to-face and online automated training about Understanding Epilepsy, the Administration of Emergency Medication (Midazolam administration training) and Seizure First Aid.
Should you be interested in face-to-face training, conducted by one of our experienced trainers, at your school or workplace, in person or via live video link, please telephone our Perth office for a direct quote on 1300 660 880 or email [email protected].
ONLINE TRAINING COURSES
Individual Enrolment – Epilepsy: An Introduction to Understanding and Managing Epilepsy
This 1hr online course, teaches you about epilepsy and its impacts, including seizure types and seizure first aid. This course is a prerequisite to Emergency Medication Training.
Organisational Enrolment – Epilepsy: An Introduction to Understanding and Managing Epilepsy
This 1hr online course teaches participants about epilepsy and its impacts, including seizure types and seizure first aid. This course is a prerequisite to achieve Epilepsy Smart School status.
Organisational Enrolment – Understanding the Epilepsy Management Plan
This 30-minute online course equips participants with the knowledge to recognise an Epilepsy Management Plan, understand its purpose and the development process. Free plan templates are available on the Epilepsy Smart Schools Website
Epilepsy: Administration of Emergency Medication
This “face to face” course provides participants with the theoretical knowledge and also the practical simulated experience, to help equip them with the skills needed to administer Emergency Medication in accordance with a specific management plan.
Important Message: The information contained within this website is not intended to take the place of individual medical advice. Do not make changes to treatment or medications without first discussing with your treating clinician.