Infection Control

Infection Control - Induction/Mandatory Training

The mandatory course will educate all staff on risks of infection and teach them basic cross infection and contamination controls techniques to prevent spread of infection. This course is certified by Safe-Sure Care Ltd and lasts 1 hour so is best taken combined with other induction subjects.

Aims

This infection control training course aims to help reduce the risk of spreading disease and infection in a care environment. A mandatory requirement for anyone working within the care industry.

Mandatrory Infection Control Training Course Summary

  • The meaning and importance of infection control
  • Legislation and management of infection control in the UK
  • Practising infection control
  • Universal precautions
  • Use of PPE
  • How infection spreads
  • MRSA and C Diff
  • Personal health and hygiene, including hand washing techniques
  • Identify the importance of hand washing
  • Discuss when and how to wash hands
  • Aware of waste disposal issues

Learning Outcomes

On completion participants will be able to demonstrate a much improved awareness of the causes of infection and be able to confidently demonstrate best practice techniques to prevent and control the risk of spread of infection, protecting themselves from infection and ultimately improving the quality of care given to the service user.

How Many can Attend Training?

We will run this course for a maximum of 12 participants. This class size is limited to allow all participants to take part in the practical aspects of the course.

Who will Conduct the Training?

All of our expert clinical tutors, are Nurses with an abundance of clinical and complex care experience and knowledge – so you’ll be in great hands!

Course Duration

This course lasts approximately 1 hours.

Certification

Participants on this mandatory course will be issued with certificates of attendance valid for a period of 1 year.

Provided

  • Attendance forms
  • Course handouts
  • Knowledge tests
  • Feedback forms