Courses

  • 2 eLearnings

    AEFI reporting and user guide to the SAEFVIC database

    This training has been designed to educate approved Victorian Specialist Immunisation Service (VicSIS) members on the functionality of the SAEFVIC database. At the completion of the training, the user will be able to:
    • Search for an existing patient in the SAEFVIC database
    • Complete a SAEFVIC report via the SAFEVAC database
    • Review report details and update where applicable
    • Update the 'office use' section of the database
    • Add a 'clinic visit' to a SAEFVIC report following a specialist immunisation clinic consultation
    • Update an existing 'clinic visit' in a SAEFVIC report
  • 1 eLearning

    Immunisation Skills Workshop – Friday 25th November 2022

    Welcome to MVEC’s Immunisation Skills Workshop. This full day interactive, face-to-face workshop is our newest immunisation education opportunity designed to upskill immunisation providers on the…
  • 1 eLearning

    MVEC immunising children and infants webinar

    Welcome to MVEC’s immunising children and infant’s webinar. With the COVID-19 vaccine rollout for ages 5-11 years scheduled to begin in early 2022, and vaccine…
  • 1 eLearning

    Shoulder Injury Related to Vaccine Administration (SIRVA)

    This course has been designed to provide information on Shoulder Injury Related to Vaccine Administration, SIRVA. At the completion of this course the immunisation provider will be able to:
    • Identify what SIRVA is and how to prevent it with correct vaccine administration
    • Identify how SIRVA is diagnosed and treated
    • Recognise anatomical landmarks used to identify correct injection sites
    • Identify how to report SIRVA
         
  • 1 eLearning

    Use of Multi-dose Vials

    This course has been designed to demonstrate the safe preparation and storage of vaccines from multi-dose vials. At the completion of this course, the immunisation provider will be able to:
    • Correctly prepare vaccines from multi-dose vials that require reconstitution
    • Correctly prepare vaccines from multi-dose vials that do not require reconstitution
    • Identify the principles of infection prevention and control required when accessing multi-dose vials
    • Identify the importance of labelling and storage of multi-dose vials
    • Understand the difference between an expiry date and a use by date
  • 1 eLearning

    Vaccination Procedures

    This course has been designed to provide an overview of the correct processes of immunisation. Following the completion of this course, the immunisation provider will be able to:
    • Identify the principles of the cold chain
    • Identify the importance of pre-immunisation screening and consent
    • Describe a contraindication to vaccination
    • Identify the correct process for administering vaccines to infants, children and adults
    • Understand the requirements of reporting to immunisation registers
    • Be able to identify and manage adverse events following immunisation
    • Understand No Jab, No Pay and No Jab, No Play legislation
     
  • 1 eLearning

    Vaccine Errors: Prevention, management and open disclosure

    This course has been designed to provide an overview of how to prevent errors of vaccine administration, the management of a vaccine error and to demonstrate the open disclosure process. At the completion of this course the immunisation provider will be able to:
    • Identify the processes that reduce the risk of vaccine-related errors occurring
    • Identify the necessary steps and management if a vaccine error occurs
    • Recognise the importance of an open disclosure discussion and providing support to all individuals involved
    • Identify the underpinning concepts of open disclosure and the important steps involved in the process
  • 1 eLearning

    Vaccines in Pregnancy

    This course has been designed to provide an overview of vaccines that are recommended in pregnancy and those that are contraindicated. At the completion of this course the immunisation provider will be able to:
    • Identify which vaccines are recommended in pregnancy
    • Identify the recommended timepoint for vaccines to be administered
    • Identify which vaccines are contraindicated in pregnancy
    • Identify the process to follow if a contraindicated vaccine is inadvertently administered during pregnancy