About National Epilepsy Training

At National Epilepsy Training, we provide world class epilepsy training and care services to a wide range of organisations, practitioners, managers and individuals. We have one goal, to become the leading provider of epilepsy training and care in the UK.

Services we offer

At National Epilepsy Training, we provide a number of comprehensive services for our clients, including training courses, care services and expert witness and legal reports.

Training Courses

We provide training for epilepsy awareness and a wide range of other courses for healthcare professionals, educational staff, support teams and the general public. All of our courses are led by experts who provide a comprehensive understanding alongside solid learning outcomes.

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Care

We have a range of care services related to the successful management of epilepsy, including ensuring that an comprehensive care plan is in place. Our experts are passionate about high-quality health care and improving quality of life for people with epilepsy.

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Expert Witness & Legal Reports

With a typical turnaround time of 6-8 weeks, our expert witness and legal report service is the ideal solution for law firms who want an impartial and thorough report. This includes primary evaluations, reports and if necessary court appearances.

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Blog

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The advice centre is our online resource for free information and advice on our services. Our blog posts cover a broad range of topics and knowledge that our clients may find useful.

The importance of care planning

7th November 2018

According to the National Institute of Care Excellence (NICE) clinical guideline, all people with epilepsy should have a regular, updated and comprehensive care plan. A care plan is much more than a document detailing a person’s epilepsy, it’s also a roadmap to where the person wants to be and a shared strategy for how best…

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Benign Neonatal Convulsions

29th October 2018

Benign Neonatal Convulsions (BNC) is a type of epilepsy syndrome that always occurs in young infants. Seizures, or in this case convulsions, will often start to happen between birth up to 28 days old. It’s a relatively uncommon syndrome that affects boys and girls equally. There are two types of BNC, familial and non-familial. Familial…

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Twitter

Keep up-to-date with the latest news and information from National Epilepsy Training on our Twitter feed.

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Browse our range of dedicated care services, all carried out by experienced and qualified professionals. Including assessment visits, care planning, client visits, medication review and many more. https://t.co/m5bQ55PHrK https://t.co/07QyZPN9Bd 28th June 2018

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There's a link between sleep and #epilepsy with many people only having seizures whilst asleep. Find out more about this connection, as well as some tips for a good nights sleep, in our latest post. https://t.co/oEmQd5oZoM https://t.co/DfjNNxbg2l 26th June 2018

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Diagnosing #epilepsy can often be a complicated process. We summarised some useful information and an explanation of the likely process a person might go through in our latest blog post. https://t.co/ZNxIjAR76U https://t.co/56oJFCx39r 19th June 2018

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