On a standard First Aid Course, we cover most eventualities that you may be faced with in the real world. Courses that last less than a day, however, do not cover seizures and epilepsy.

When you’re learning to drive a car you need to have a grasp on the theoretical knowledge in order to gain a solid understanding. You also need some practice in order to gain more confidence -it is the same as First Aid Training.

Theory eLearning can never replace the practical elements of our first aid courses, or the ability to ask questions and share stories with our first aid instructors. But, if we can raise awareness and teach you some basics (or refresh your skills) from the comfort of your own home or office, then that’s great!

Want to read more before committing to eLearning? Click here to read our blogs on Minor and Major Seizures!

Free Seizures and Epilepsy E-Course

Please feel free to share this eCourse with your workplace colleagues or friends. Everyone that completes will get a certificate to download at the end of the course!

This course takes 15-20 minutes to complete and includes

  • What are the most common causes of fits?
  • How can we identify when someone is having a major seizure?
  • How can we treat seizures/fits?
  • What symptoms to look out for with minor seizures?
  • What to do if someone is experiencing a minor seizure?

There is a short quiz at the end of each section, and upon successful completion, you will receive a downloadable certificate!

Good luck – and all the best!

 

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Jessica Clarke-Wheatley

Jessica Clarke-Wheatley

Jessica is the Brand and Communications Officer nationally for SkillBase First Aid. She loves sharing stories about how SkillBase First Aid turns people in 'Standby-Superheroes'.

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