We provide various epilepsy training courses, including
Rectal Diazepam and Buccal Midazolam(Epistatus) administration
in line with current best practice and the Joint Epilepsy
Council Guidelines on training standards for the administration
of Rectal Diazepam (2004) and Buccal Midazolam(2005).
Key Features of our training courses:
- Courses are interactive and use a variety of teaching
methods including practical demonstrations and simulated
procedures, small workshop scenarios, power point and
- All courses are tailored to meet your specific needs,
our existing course outlines can be altered to better suit
your working environments and specific service user groups,
so that course information is readily transferable and
meaningful to your staff teams.
- Courses are delivered in-house throughout the UK.
- Certificates of attendance are issued which can be
utilised as evidence for NVQ’s, PREP and LDQs portfolios,
each delegate will also receive a course handout for future
- Courses are continually evaluated and updated to ensure
that we remain in line with current best practice and
relevant training guidelines( Joint Epilepsy Council)
Please visit the Epilepsy Training
Courses Section for sample programmes and learning
Courses are delivered by:
- An Epilepsy Specialist Nurse with extensive epilepsy
and teaching experience.
- She has been working in the field of epilepsy both in
clinical practice and training for 12years.
- Maintains best practice and the deliverance of research
based and up to date epilepsy information by attending a
variety of professional study days and conferences at an
- She is a member of the Epilepsy Nurse Association and
maintains clinical input through practice days.
For further information please visit the training and
testimonials as well as the ‘about us’ pages.
Our epilepsy courses are applicable for:
Anyone with an interest in, or caring for an adult or child
with epilepsy as we pride ourselves in providing training
relevant to each target audience.
Courses are particularly suitable for:
- Professional carers,
- Support/key workers,
- Those employed by small companies
- National Care Organisations,
- Local authorities,
- Day services,
- Supported living,
- Social workers,
- Teachers and
For further information please visit the training evaluation