Specialised workplace training to create a quality, engaged workforce.
Designed for those in health and direct care roles, our high-quality, workplace training is specialised to meet the growing demands and uphold quality standards which drive personalised care.
This course will provide individuals the skills and knowledge on how to follow procedures and recognise areas of responsibility around infection control in the workplace. Throughout the session, individuals will become equipped with the ability to identify the likelihood of infection hazards, take appropriate control measures, follow protocols, minimise contamination and gain further understanding about the importance of maintaining contaminated zones.
Interactive, online learning and hands-on workshop
Our blended-model program provides all the benefits of online learning so learners can study anywhere, anytime. Hands-on workshops are delivered by passionate, industry-experienced trainers to ensure your staff are equipped with the skills they need to provide a quality service.
(online and face-to-face)
Total: 9 hours
Online pre-learning: Approx 6 hours
Face-to-face workshop: 3 hours
Group Rate $1,600 (groups of 8-16)
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HLTINF001 Comply with infection prevention and control policies and procedures
The topics covered in this course include:
- Infection control: An overview
- Identifying and assessing infection risks
- Infection control precautions (standard and transmission-based)
- Outbreaks (defining, identifying and controlling).
Learners must be employed in health and direct care roles to commence this short course.
The program is designed for people working in various care and support roles in the community services industry (particularly aged care, home and community care and disability services) to ensure they are meeting the high standards of care necessary to their service.
The units covered provide credit towards a range of qualifications in the CHC Community Services Training Package or HLT Health Training Package at Certificate IV and Diploma level.