Infection Control Level 3 (non-accredited, BYTSYZ e-Learning Certificated)
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£39.00 + VAT (inclusive: all modules, online training, unlimited trial assessments, 1 (one) final assessment for each module, certificate, online and phone student support)
e-Learning, Online (exclusively over the Internet).
Multiple choice questions (instant results).
4 hours 22 minutes
(this time does not in anyway suggest that you personally will complete the course in this time. Some individuals study faster then others so the study time differs from individual to individual.)
BYTSYZ e-Learning Certificate of achievement and student transcript.
All front-line care staff who come into contact with people receiving care and who have the potential to spread infection.
Everyone whose role requires them to control the spread of infection when working in direct contact with people who need care, treatment or support.
The Health Act (2006) states that: 'The prevention and control of Healthcare Associated Infection (HCAI) is a high priority for all parts of the NHS and other healthcare providers.'
It is estimated that about 1 in 10 people receiving care acquire HCAI whilst they are in hospital. HCAI costs the NHS in excess of £1billion per year and causes 5,000 deaths per year. There is no reason to believe that the problem is any less in other types of care provision.
30% of HCAI is preventable through good infection control practices, therefore, the risk of poor infection control practices by care workers presents a significant risk.
The legislation requires that every organisation involved in the delivery of care must be committed to an approach, whereby, the prevention and control of infection is viewed as an integral part of service delivery and development. The law requires that the organisation provides education and training on the prevention and control of infection in order for staff to understand their responsibilities and the action they must take.
This BYTSYZ on-line course is designed for all care workers or individuals who, as a key part of their role work with individuals who receive care, treatment and support. It will enable students to understand the key issues relating to infection control and the key principles that should be adopted to prevent the spread of infection.
During their study the student will gain an understanding of the types and causes of infection, plus the signs of and effects that pathogens and infection can have on individuals and organisations. There will be an exploration of the prevention of cross-infection with a particular emphasis on keeping people safe and free from HCAI.
The law relating to the control of infection is explored.
This course encourages the student to take personal action to develop and enhance their practice when caring for individuals who are vulnerable and so have the potential to acquire HCAI.
PHILIPPA from Crewe (17-01-2013)
Very helpful support person when I had messed up my password, patient & didn't make me feel stupid.
The Infection Control Level 3 online course was easy to study but did take time & concentration I put more effort in than I did at the last Infection Controll meeting at the surgery.
ABIGAIL from Canterbury (18-11-2012)
The learning materials of the Infection Control Level 3 online course were really good and helped me to understand everything without getting confused.
The trial assessments were also very helpful as they gave me an idea of what the questions were going to be like, they also helped me get used to the exam being timed.
I would definitely recommend this service to anyone.
LUKE from Eastbourne (27-10-2012)
Very clear and easy going Infection Control Level 3 online course. Not boring.