This page provides the details of the flu vaccination elearning modules that are included on the GM Immunisation and Vaccination Passport. When you have completed an elearning module you can upload your elearning certificate to your GM Immunisation and Vaccination Passport.
New to vaccination or returning to vaccination
- General immunisation and vaccination annual update training
- National Immunisation Policy and Programmes and the accompanying assessment
- Immunology and the accompanying assessment
- Communicating with Patients, Parents and Carers
- Vaccine Legal Aspects e-learning module at and the accompanying assessment
- Vaccine Storage e-learning module and the accompanying assessment
- Vaccine Administration e-learning module and the accompanying assessment
Flu vaccine specific
- Core Knowledge for Flu Immunisers e-learning module and the accompanying assessment
- Inactivated Flu Vaccines e-learning module and the accompanying assessment
- Live Flu Vaccine e-learning module and the accompanying assessment
- An Introduction to Anaphylaxis e-learning module
- Recognising and Managing Anaphylaxis e-learning module
Basic adult and paediatric life support
Please complete the face to face basic life support and immediate life support training arranged by your employer. In addition the following elearning modules may be helpful.
- Resuscitation – Level 2 e-learning module
- Resus Council UK: Paediatric Out-of-Hospital Basic Life Support Algorithm 2021
- NHS guidance on causes and symptoms of fainting, how to prevent fainting and what to do if someone faints
- St John Ambulance guidance and video on the causes, symptoms and treatment of fainting
- NHS video: How to put someone in the recovery position
Flu Vaccination competency assessment
The flu vaccinator competency assessment tool can be used as a self-assessment tool, an assessment tool for use with a supervisor or both depending on the previous experience of the vaccinator. Please complete the self-assessment column and then, if you are new to vaccination or returning to vaccination after a prolonged interval, share it with your supervisor/assessor. The supervisor assessing the immuniser must be a registered healthcare practitioner who is competent and experienced in delivering immunisations.