10760NAT Course in Asthma Awareness

The purpose of this course is to raise awareness of allergy and anaphylaxis in the community. Graduates of the Course in Allergy and Anaphylaxis Awareness will be able to identify signs and symptoms of an allergic/anaphylactic reaction by providing emergency first aid using an adrenaline autoinjector device. In addition, they will identify allergen risks and develop risk minimisation plans for people where a duty of care is present.

$65.00 + GST

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What's in the course?

To ensure high standards, Livingstone International delivers nationally recognised training in partnership with Asthma Australia – RTO No. 4987 (http://www.asthma.org.au)

This course is for anyone that has a “Duty of Care” for a person at risk of anaphylaxis and meets the requirements of Ministerial Order 706 required by school staff (Victorian Legislation). This course meets current ACECQA requirements for Anaphylaxis Management Training.

Course units

10710NAT Course in Allergy and Anaphylaxis Awareness is comprised of two core units:

— AAAMAW001 Manage anaphylaxis in the workplace

— AAAARM001 Implement anaphylaxis risk minimisation and management strategies We can tailor courses to meet your organisations individual


This is a nationally recognised training course and the qualification is valid for 3 years. Upon successful completion, the attendee will receive a Statement of Attainment.



There are no specific entry requirements or pre-requisites. However, it is recommended that participants have literacy and numeracy competencies equivalent to National Reporting System (NRS) Level 2.


— Practical demonstration of Anaphylaxis First Aid using available adrenalin auto-injector training

— Written Multiple Choice Test – requiring 100% correct

— Completion of a risk minimisation plan, contextualised to your

Training Options

Full face-to-face Training

— Duration: 3 hours

Mixed-mode Training: Online / Face-to-face

— Duration:1 hour (approx) face-to-face, with pre-course online module