ASCIA anaphylaxis e-training courses for schools and childcare have been developed by the Australasian Society of Clinical Immunology and Allergy (ASCIA), the peak professional body in Australasia for allergy and clinical immunology, in conjunction with health, education and children's services departments and ministries throughout Australasia. Each course is reviewed and updated by ASCIA at least annually to ensure that it is consistent with the medical literature and current best medical practice.

Theses courses began 9 August 2016. They are no longer current.

The 2017 courses are available from Select a course.

Note: Victorian Schools course is located on a different website. Go to ASCIA anaphylaxis: Victorian schools >>> 

ASCIA anaphylaxis e-training: Australasian schools 2016 is designed for all Australian and New Zealand school staff that have contact or responsibility for children to Year 12 level. This course was released 9 August 2016 and is no longer current course for 2017.  

A course was released 13 June 2017 with new important information. Go to ASCIA anaphylaxis e-training: Australasian schools 2017

Note: Victorian Schools course is located on a different website. Go to ASCIA anaphylaxis: Victorian schools >>> 

ASCIA anaphylaxis Queensland state schools 2016 has been developed with the Queensland Department of Education, Training and Employment (DETE) specifically for their schools. This course was released 9 August 2016 and is no longer current course for 2017.

A course was released 13 June 2017 with new important information. Go to ASCIA anaphylaxis e-training: Queensland state schools 2017

ASCIA anaphylaxis: Australasian childcare 2016 is designed for people working in the childcare area. This course was released 9 August 2016 and and is no longer current course for 2017. 

A course was released 13 June 2017 with new important information. Go to ASCIA anaphylaxis e-training: Australasian early childhood education/care 2017