Vaccination and Immunisation One Day Update Training

Study Day


Who is it for?

This study day is suitable for all registered health professionals working in primary care and secondary care sectors, who have undertaken basic Vaccination & Immunisation training previously and now need an update. This course is not suitable for Health Care Assistants.

Overview of content:

  • Current issues in vaccination
  • Recent epidemiology of vaccine-preventable diseases
  • Any changes to the National Immunisation Schedule/relevant legislation
  • Anaphylaxis recognition and management
  • Review of current practice and identification of areas for improvement
  • Flu vaccination
  • Q&A session for commonly encountered problems in practice

What is it about?

This study day is about current issues in vaccination, recent epidemiology, changes to the National programme/legislation, anaphylaxis management and recognition, review of current practice and identification of areas for improvement, flu vaccinations, question and answer session.

How does it enhance practice?

Upon completion of the study day, participants will be up to date in relation to the above areas.

Course Structure

1 x day study day 09.15 - 14.00

Upcoming dates:

30 June 2020 CANCELLED

30 March 2021

Application and Funding

To apply for this course, please visit our how to apply page. Please see our Funding page for information on funding options.

If successful in your application for the course you will receive a confirmation email with the exact details of the location of teaching, closer to the start date.

Tuition Fees

For details of current tuition fees for self funded or sponsored applicants please read our tuition fees overview.

Programme Lead/Contact Name

Jackie Dale

Tel: +44 114 2222 072


Admissions/Support Officer:

Deborah Reid

Tel: +44 114 222 2037


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