Overview of Infection Control Training

Overview of Infection Control Training  

  • Legal aspects

  • Disease transmission

  • Hand washing & glove use

  • Housekeeping

  • Needles & sharps

  • Waste disposal, etc.

Learning Outcome: 

After attending this course you will be able to:

  • Understand legal obligations with regard to infection control

  • Describe the consequences of poor infection control practice

  • Explain the infection control requirements put in place at their workplace

  • Identify a range of different infection control situations

  • Explain the importance of using universal precautions

Who Should Attend The Training?

All staff responsible for caring for services users in the healthcare workplace, community care setting etc.

Who Provides The Training?

All our training courses are delivered by a Registered Trainer who is an experienced Registered Nurse/ Healthcare Worker/ Professional.

Course Duration:

Level 1 – 3 Hour Course

Level 2 – 4 Hour Course

What is the difference between Level 1 & Level 2?

Level 1 is an awareness training course suitable for Care Staff, Housekeeper, Domestics & Kitchen Staff

Level 2 is an awareness and implementation training course suitable for Clinical Staff for eg. Registered Nurses/ Senior Staff

Where?
All of our courses can be delivered in-house at a location of your choice.

Cost & Maximum Number of Learners?
A maximum of 10 persons can attend the training. we are competitively priced so give us a call today and we can get you booked in. We also accept last minute bookings if we have spaces available.