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Victorian Department of Education and Training Requirements
It is recommended that Victorian school staff complete the online anaphylaxis training course every two years, to keep their knowledge current. For further information about these requirements go to https://www.education.vic.gov.au/school/teachers/health/Pages/anaphylaxisschl.aspx
The Victorian Department of Education and Training requires staff to be verified in the use of an adrenaline autoinjector by a School Anaphylaxis Supervisor within 30 days of completing this course. Please check that your school has staff that have been trained in this role.
If your school does not have a School Anaphylaxis Supervisor you may need to complete the course again once a verifier is available. For any further information, please contact the Royal Children's Hospital Anaphylaxis Advisory Line on ph: 1300 725 911.
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