Certificate in Infection Control: Hand Hygiene and Preventing Infection, Viruses, and Fungi

  • Skill Levelintermediate
  • Lectures1 Video
  • Enrolled 120 students enrolled
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Key concepts covered include:

“An overview of:

  • Importance of hand hygiene
  • How to correctly wash, rub or carry out surgical scrub
  • Caring for your hands
  • What are infections, viruses, and fungi
  • How to minimize the risk of infection”

What you'll learn

“This course has been developed to increase knowledge and hone skills regarding hand hygiene and preventing infection, viruses, and fungi. Hand hygiene is the best way to avoid passing on pathogenic microorganisms and preventing infection. read more »»

Affective hand hygiene practices are one of the leading preventative strategies for infection prevention and control. With the recent surfacing of COVID-19, proper hand hygiene has become a vital practice for all of us. This online module demonstrates the impacts of key elements of hand hygiene for reducing risk such as:

  • Key times to wash hands
  • Washing hands, the right way
  • When to use hand sanitizer
  • Protecting your hands
  • The importance of hand hygiene
  • What are infections, viruses, and fungi
  • How to minimize the risk of infection”

Who Should Attend?
“Anyone wanting to understand correct procedures for hand washing, rubbing and scrubbing as well as how to prevent infection.”

Instructor

Dynamic Learning Services

Dynamic Learning Services


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DYNAMIC LEARNING SERVICES will strive to be a leader in professional and innovative training and education for both employment outcomes for Jobseekers and business improvement for Employers and Employees.

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Instructor

Dynamic Learning Services

Dynamic Learning Services


4/5

DYNAMIC LEARNING SERVICES will strive to be a leader in professional and innovative training and education for both employment outcomes for Jobseekers and business improvement for Employers and Employees.

For: intermediates

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Last Updated 04/2021

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