Initial Imms and Vaccs for Nurses

Theory and practical training for Nurses new to immunisation


Upcoming Dates:

  • Thursday 30th November 2023 – 10:00-16:30
    – Gale Farm Surgery, Front Street, Acomb, York YO24 3BU
  • Tuesday 12th December 2023 – 10:00-16:30
    Burnbrae Surgery, 445 Holderness Road, Hull, HU8 8JS

Further dates coming soon, if you would like to register on the waiting list please contact us. We also offer bespoke sessions for groups, please enquire for details.


Who is this course for?

Practice Nurses new to immunisation.


What will I learn?

Theory and practical training, immunisation history, immunology and theory, types of vaccines and compositions, vaccine preventable diseases and epidemiology, childhood immunisations, current issues and controversies, communicating with patients and parents, legal aspects, storage and handling, correct administration, dosage and reconstitution, contraindications and precautions, pregnancy, documentation, strategies for improving immunisation rates, adverse reactions, anaphylaxis and adverse events

Covering: Diphtheria, Tetanus, Pertussis, Haemophilus influenza type B (HIB), Poliomyelitis, Meningococcal, Measles, Mumps, Rubella, Rotavirus infection, Influenza, Pneumococcal, Shingles, COVID-19

Training in clinical skills covers theory and simulated practice. Following training supervised practice must be completed in the clinical setting, you will be issued with competencies to complete before receiving a certificate. A competent registered nurse must be responsible for confirming that you have gained sufficient practical competency before independent practice.


How much is it?

£150 per person
Prices may vary for bespoke sessions, dependent on numbers and travel


How long is it?

6 hour session


How can I book or enquire?

Email –
Phone – 01482 303986

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