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 Training for Infection Prevention & Control 

Fully-funded infection control training

There's no doubt that COVID-19 has changed the way we work, but when it comes to keeping people safe, it's health care and community service workers that are most in need of high-quality, up-to-date training.

 

Our infection control unit is designed to help community service workers gain the knowledge and skills they need to effectively implement practical infection prevention and control policies and procedures. 

Why study this unit?

We understand that no two workplaces are the same, which is why we base our content on current health advice and tailor it to your industry. 

Students who enrol in this course will have access to a dedicated trainer who has recent real-world experience implementing infection prevention and control procedures. Once completed, this unit can also be used as a credit towards a higher qualification like the Certificate III in Individual Support (CHC33015).

Spots are limited, so if you're looking to improve the quality and overall safety of your services and supports, please get in touch today.

 

Accredited Unit

Comply with infection prevention and control policies and procedures (HLTINF001)

Course Duration

2 - 14 days

Delivery Method

Classroom or Online

Total Number of Units

1

Pricing

Government funded for eligible NSW residents

Self-funded for QLD & VIC residents

Course Content

 

This unit will teach students the skills and knowledge required to follow organisational infection prevention and control procedures, including implementing standard and transmission-based precautions and responding to infection risks. This unit will also cover topics like:

Follow precautions for infection control, including hygiene, personal protective equipment, environmental cleaning & more.

Manage blood and bodily fluid spills, sharps handling, waste handling and disposal techniques.

Identify infection risks and other hazards as they arise in the workplace.

Accurately assess infection risks and determine appropriate controls.

Document and report infection control processes and procedures.

Follow procedures for managing risks associated with specific hazards.

 

Online Delivery

Classroom Delivery

This unit can be accessed anywhere in Australia using our online Learning Management System (LMS).

 

All students learning by distance will have access to a dedicated trainer to assist with any questions or concerns.

Limited classroom sessions are available depending on class size and location.

If you have a group of coworkers or employees that are interested in enrolling, please get in touch.

 

Government Funded Locations

Self-funded Locations

New South Wales
Southern Highlands

Far West & Orana

Riverina

Newcastle

Richmond/Tweed

Sydney

All other states & territories

Queensland

Victoria

Australian Capital Territory

Western Australia

South Australia

Northern Territory

Tasmania

Get in touch

To find out more about this unit please call Mary directly or leave a message using the form below.

0428 059 747