The recently launched ‘Train the Trainer’ course has been designed for those looking to train other healthcare practitioners about sepsis.

This interactive course, delivered by the UK Sepsis Trust education faculty, is ideal for any healthcare professional in the acute, pre-hospital and community-based setting. The course content includes a current overview of sepsis, using materials personally developed by Doctor Ron Daniels and other healthcare professionals working closely with him, over many years, to create this unique set of educational resources. The hands-on training will include practical ideas on how to disseminate the knowledge and how to adapt the course for your particular healthcare setting.


Healthcare professionals working in primary, secondary and tertiary care CMT/CST/ACCS trainees and acute/emergency medicine registrars.


Georgina McNamara & Daman Mullhi



Shoosmiths, 2 Colmore Square, 38 Queensway, Birmingham B4 6BJ




Half day course consisting of 4 modules

Launch date

7th November 2018, 12.00-5.00pm

Course Content Answer

The burden of sepsis – The number of cases, the number of deaths and the cost of sepsis

The official definition – The ‘Official’ Definition

Pathophysiology  – What happens in sepsis and why?

Sepsis 6 Deconstructed – Delivery of the sepsis 6 within 1 hour is one of the most effective life-saving treatments in medicine

Supporting materials Answer

In keeping with the principles that we share with you on the course, we will continue to support your learning after the event. Each delegate will receive a copy of the ‘Sepsis Manual 4th edition (2018)’, our popular 120-page guide book (retail price £14.99) endorsed by Health Education England. We use this to support your learning on the course and it will provide you with a valuable resource for future reference.
In addition, you will receive the entire series of power point slides for you to deliver training within your own organization.

CPD Accreditation – Accreditation to be confirmed


Contact information

If you would like to develop your skills further and enrol, please email for more information.

Join us and together we can save 14,000 lives.