Infection control training is aim at all staff and clinicians working in the Health or care settings; they will learn the importance and updates of occupational infection control measures and will be made acutely aware of their responsibilities in managing them. This course will be a blend of interactive learning with case scenarios. Delegates will also develop practical skills in line with industry standards and guidelines.
The aim of the course is for learners to be able to:
Identify sources of infection understand the various ways that infections may be transmitted.
Disease and transmission; hands washing and gloves use; housekeeping; needle & sharps and waste disposal.
Understand the chain of infections maybe transmitted.
Understand the chain of infection and how to control the risks.
Recognise the importance of your employer carrying out risk assessments at your place of work.
Identify a range of different infection control situations.
Describe the consequences of poor infection control.
Have a basic understanding of your employer’s legal duties.
Be fully aware of preventative measure, remedy the action and prevent infection from transmitting.
Who is it for? But not limited to
Healthcare professionals working in primary and community settings.
Doctors, Nurses, Podiatrists, Beauty Therapists, Care Workers etc.
Surgeries and clinics providers.
This is a half a day ‘Accredited Level One Course’.
‘Don’t be uninformed of Basic Hygiene’
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call/text 07710 845661 for payment as special price of two courses for one fee £99.
1. Infection Control - 2. Medicine Awareness
Includes : Accredited certificate, course notes and refreshments
Bachelor of Science Degree in Podiatric Medicine, PGCert Independent Prescribing, Level 3 Award in Education & Training, Certificate IQA & First Aid Assessor, Certificate Teaching Skill EBM, Safeguarding Children & Adults Level 3, Approved Advanced First Aid Instructor