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COURSE DESCRIPTION (This course is delivered in house. The minimum number required for us to run this course is 8. The maximum required in any given course is 12. For course pricing call us on 0203 291 3743 or email us at info@unicaresupport.com)

This one to two days  intensive course teaches the delegates the skills required to deliver Infection and Prevention Control course in the workplace. The course will boost your confidence in public speaking since there is 15 minute micro teach from each delegate, . The course will help your organisation meet the necessary recommendations from the CQC and other bodies in terms of compliance.This course is designed for those responsible for the training and development of care staffs.

This course is designed for those responsible for the training and development of care staffs. Prior to the course date delegates will receive instructions and template required to design the 15 minute micro teach.

CERTIFICATION

Upon completion delegates will gain knowledge, skills, strategies and understanding on delivering infection control course. Delegates will have the chance to carry out a 15 minute micro teach on any topic relating to infection control.They will also receive train the trainer certificate which is valid for 3 years.  In addition they will receive an accredited level 3 trainer qualification certificate from Highfield Qualifications if they opt for this qualification.

TEACHING ELEMENTS

  • Different Teaching methods
  • Different Learning styles
  • How to give Feedback
  • How to Evaluate or assess learners
  • Various Ice breaking Techniques
  • Different Presentation skills and resources

COURSE MATERIALS

  • Course Handouts
  • Lesson Plan Template
  • Feedback and Evaluation Templates
  • How to Design and Deliver Effective Training Workbook

LEARNING OUTCOME

  • Law and Legislation governing Infection and Prevention Control
  • Facts about Infection
  • Chain of Infection
  • Causes and spread of Infection
  • Definitions of infection and colonisation
  • Standard Precautions
  • What micro–organisms cause infection
  • The different types of organisms
  • How micro-organisms grow and can be spread
  • Preventing and controlling the spread of infection
  • Main roots of infection
  • Clinical waste – RIDDOR/COSHH
  • Sharps Disposal
  • Importance of Personal Protective Equipment
  • MRSA and Clostridium Difficile
  • Principles of Effective Hand Hygiene
  • Legislation and guidance relating to Infection Prevention and Control
  • Roles, responsibilities & boundaries of care workers in relation to infection prevention and control
  • Management of Laundry
  • Cleaning of Equipment
  • Reporting of notifiable infections and diseases – RIDDOR
  • Bristol Stool Form Scale
  • National Colour Coding Scheme
  • Risk Assessment
  • Person–centred approach to personal care
  • Specific infection and communicable diseases
  • Practical Assessments

NB: There is an option to enrol on a level 3 trainer qualification which is an Ofqual qualification accredited by Highfield Qualification. This will require an additional day at an extra cost for the registration and certification. The cost for this level 3 trainer qualification is £200.00.

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