This section holds resources to support trainers and facilitators to deliver facilitated learning sessions locally. The learning within the resources mirrors the learning available in all the previous sections
This resource supports people working in vaccination settings to develop learning on how communication skills in the context of their role, can be used to achieve positive shared experiences.
The resource supports delivery of a facilitated session that lasts approximately 3.5 hours.
The suite of resources includes everything required for delivery:
Learning outcomes - By the end of this session participants will:
Practitioners involved in vaccination should discuss locally available opportunities with their supervisor / line manager.
It is important to note that different COVID-19 vaccines may become available and that they will have different storage, dilution/reconstitution and administration requirements. You must be familiar with the specific recommendations for the COVID-19 vaccine you are delivering.
You can find learning resources to support the development of vaccine specific knowledge in this section:
You will also find version control logs that highlights any updates made to the resources.
This vaccine has been deployed for the Winter 2023 programme for those aged 6 months to 4 years
This vaccine has been deployed for the Winter 2023 programme for those aged 5 to 11 years
This vaccine has been deployed for the Winter 2023 programme for those aged 12 years and over
Moderna Spikevax® OmicronXBB.1.5 0.1 mg/mL Dispersion for Injection This resource aims to: Help support healthcare practitioners to gain the knowledge and skills required to administer vaccines in accordance with guidance from the Joint...
Core Learning for COVID-19 Vaccinators Training Resources have now been transferred to Interactive eLearning for learners to complete directly - Please contact if you wish to discuss further
This short learning resource and video on intramuscular injections are intended to support practitioners administering COVID-19 Vaccines:
Vaccination, safety and security
This learning resource is aimed at staff working in vaccination settings e.g. vaccinators and volunteers and looks at your role in to promoting safety and security. It will provide you with a practical example to work through and enable you to...
A number of people arriving for their vaccine may feel anxious being back in public spaces or anxious about receiving their vaccine. In such circumstances, people may behave differently and in a small number of cases may challenge, if asked, to do...
This webinar recording provides an update to practitioners on the current guidance and support for managing people with allergies in relation to COVID-19 vaccination was held on the 23rd of March 2021. The recording can be viewed here. Please note...
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