Health care associated infections occur over 300,000 times a year and result in poorer health for patients and cause significant strain on the services offered. Infection prevention and control aims to protect those who may be susceptible to acquiring an infection and where it does occur, control the spread of that infection.
Over this course we will define infection prevention and control and discuss the effects of both good and bad infection control. We’ll discuss in detail the legislation that applies to infection control, different types of microorganisms that can cause infection, how bacteria is transmitted, the chain of infection and more. By the end of the course you’ll be fully equipped to implement great infection control and handle any incident that may arise.
What are the benefits of this course?
This course is recognised by the CPD (Continuing Professional Development).
|Module||Module Name||Pass %|
|1||The course structure
|2||Infection prevention and control, and the impact of infection
|3||The different microorganisms
|4||How bacteria are transmitted
|5||The Chain of Infection
|6||The control and prevention of infection
|7||Cleaning & Decontamination
Why Choose DDR Consultants
Our health and social care courses are industry accredited and provide you with everything you need to help you in your career and make it a rewarding experience. Over 4 million people are employed in the sector in the UK and our courses can help you stand out from the crowd.
In addition to being recognised by leading organisations, our courses can be completed at a time that is convenient to you, in any location. All you need is Internet access and you’re good to go.
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