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Managing Anaphylaxis, Asthma & Hypoglycaemia: Emergency Medicine Training

Allergy Lifestyle is a PHECC (Pre-Hospital Emergency Care Council) Recognised Institute. We offer certified training in the administration of ;

  • Epinephrine (Adrenaline) for the emergency treatment of adults and children (> 6 months) with Anaphylaxis (Anaphylactic shock),
  • Salbutamol for emergency treatment of adults and children with an Acute asthmatic attack
  • Glucagon for emergency treatment of adults and children (>1 year) with Hypoglycaemia.

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On successful completion of our PHECC approved CFR and Emergency Medicine Training course, legislation  SI No. 449 of 2015 allows an organisation to hold the relevant emergency medicine (Epinephrine, Salbutamol or Glucagon) for administration to a person for the purpose of saving their life or reducing severe distress in an emergency.  Our certified training course is based on PHECC standards and clinical practice guidelines and is available for schools, crèches, third level college, sports clubs, restaurants or any organisation and parents.

Emergency Medicine Training Courses: (Currently Deliverable in Ireland Only).

Emergency Medicine Courses are delivered with CFR (Cardiac First Response) Training as can be vital in keeping a person alive until handover to emergency services.

  • Cardiac First Response
  • Cardiac First Response with Epinephrine – Adrenaline
  • Cardiac First Response with Salbutamol Inhaler
  • Cardiac First Response with Glucagon
  • Cardiac First Response with Epinephrine & Salbutamol

Course Overview:

Cardiac First Response with Epinephrine, Salbutamol or Glucagon training is designed to provide the participants with the ability to recognise several life-threatening emergencies and respond in an effective safe and appropriate manner. Participants will learn how to administer the appropriate response / medicine, report and record their actions and understand their roles and responsibilities as per legislation SI 449.

Cardiac First Response (CFR) – Adult, Child or Infant

  • Cardiac Arrest
  • How to perform cardio pulmonary resuscitation (CPR)
  • Safe use of an Automated External Defibrillator – AED
  • Place a person in the Recovery (safe airway) Position
  • Recognise and treat Choking and Airway Obstruction
  • Aspirin Administration for Heart Attack
  • Carry out a FAST assessment for Stroke


  • Recognise a person with a severe life threatening allergic reaction (Anaphylactic shock)
  • Safe Epinephrine (Adrenaline) Auto-injector administration
  • Understand roles and responsibilities as per legislation SI 449
  • Safe medicine storage and record keeping protocols


  • Recognise a person with an acute asthmatic attack (life threatening)
  • Safe Salbutamol inhaler administration
  • Understand roles and responsibilities as per legislation SI 449
  • Safe medicine storage and record keeping protocols


  • Recognise a person with hypoglycaemia
  • Take and record a blood sugar measurement using a glucometer
  • Safe Glucagon administration
  • Understand roles and responsibilities as per legislation SI 449
  • Safe medicine storage and record keeping protocols


Who Should Attend:Anyone from any organisation: : pre-schools, national schools, secondary schools, crèches, sports clubs, sports venues, retail outlets, restaurants, train/bus stations, etc.
Manual:PHECC CFR Student Handbook
Duration:6-8 hours (Depending on modules selected)
Participation:Maximum of 6 participants
Certificate:Certificate issued to Each Participant upon successful completion of the course
Certificate Valid For:2 years
Accreditation:Pre-Hospital Emergency Care Council – PHECC
Course Cost:Please contact us for details
Medicines Service:We offer an optional Medicines Service for your organisation, please contact us for details.


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Allergy Lifestyle’s Training and Mission Statement

Allergy Lifestyle Ltd mission is to provide a range of services to the public to minimise any medical impact on persons with serious and life threatening allergies throughout Ireland. We provide training courses to members of the community which will help create a safer community and help save lives

We believe we can have a positive impact on our community by giving people the skills to recognise and treat acute medical emergencies thereby saving lives. We aim to make our courses interesting and engaging by using a practical approach where trainees can put to practical use the information and skills they learn in a safe training environment. This gives them the confidence to put their skills to use in the event of a real life emergency.

We aim to provide a defined standard of care by ongoing development and implementation of operational standards, standard operating procedures, defined training methods and measurement of service provision. We look forward to being part of an integrated emergency medical system working alongside our fellow organisations and agencies under the guidance of the HSE and PHECC. As an organisation we welcome the opportunity to sign up to and be part of national standards prescribed by the PHECC including training standards.

We are dedicated to providing a high quality training service.

Allergy Lifestyle Ltd has been operating in Ireland since 2013