Course Overview

Food Allergy Training & Preparedness Program

Course Purpose

  • To educate and enable those who work with children to feel confident when managing food allergies
  • To help schools & daycares create comprehensive food allergy preparedness plans
  • To empower all staff to know what to do when a child is having a food-allergic reaction
  • To meet the requirements laid out by the recently passed, Elijah Law

BELAY: The Gold Standard in Food Allergy Training

Belay’s training program has been both medically reviewed and accredited by the internationally renowned, IACET. This accreditation allows us to certify staff who take and pass our course. We not only ensure that all staff are comfortable identifying the signs and symptoms of anaphylaxis as well as how to use an epinephrine auto-injector (aka Epipen), but we also work closely with you to create a safe food-allergy environment to help you prevent a food allergy incident.

Course Content for Students

All students who have completed the Food Allergy Preparedness Program can access the full course presentation here.

Certification and CEU Credits

Students who successfully demonstrate mastery of course information, the necessary techniques, and good decision making will receive certification from Belay and CEU credits.

Recertification

All students must maintain their EPI certification by recertifying every 24months. Belay will notify attendees via email ahead of their expiration dates.

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