What is Infection Control Training?
We all have become ill or had an infection at some point in our lives. Infections are simply viewed as a major aspect of day by day life. With today's Coronavirus Pandemic this knowledge is more important than ever. Make sure your certification stays up-to-date.
Be that as it may, did you know one of the most noteworthy hazard spots to get a disease is at human services offices, for example, clinics, clinical workplaces, dental workplaces, and so on. This course will educate you on the following:
- The history of infection control
- Prevention and control
- Hand hygiene
- Personal protective equipment
- Tool safety
- Environment sanitation
- Sharps and injection safety
- Occupational Health and safety
- Sepsis and more
Healthcare-associated infections (HAIs) are among the most well-known problems of medical administrations around the world. These types of infections occur when a person seeks help for one illness or injury and during treatment at a healthcare facility acquires an unrelated illness that was not present at the time of admission. Regular HAIs include: circulation system diseases, urinary tract contaminations, careful site contaminations, pneumonia, and so forth.
This course is a great add-on to Bloodborne Pathogens and Sterilization and Disinfection training. The three courses tie into each other for complete knowledge in proper safety standards.
Does your organization have an infection control compliance program?
All healthcare facilities should adopt infection control compliance programs to ensure that individual staff and the organization as a whole are adhering to industry standards governing infection prevention and control.
AAI offers training and certification on Infection Control for an individual or an organization. A wide range of infection control topics are discussed in this training such as chain of infection, prevention and control, hand hygiene, personal protective equipment, environmental controls, sharps and injection safety, occupational health, sepsis, etc. Case studies are also provided to apply principles learned to real world situations.
Who Needs to Comply with Infection Control?
Infection Control should be integrated into the daily process of all those working in healthcare and professional aesthetics services including:
- Medical offices and clinics
- Med spas
- Aesthetics professionals
- Doctors and nurses
- Medical students
- Healthcare administration
- Birthing professionals
- Social workers
- Medical laboratories
- Microblading professionals
- Permanent makeup Professionals
- Medical research
- Nursing homes
- Tattoo Artists
- Skilled nursing facilities
- Healthcare professionals/workers
Infection Control Training and Certification for Individuals
Our Individual Training is for a single individual looking to obtain an Infection Control certification to provide to an employer/organization as proof of training for compliance purposes.
- Only $34.99 for an individual
- Course fully accredited by AAI medical professionals
- Get your Infection Control certification in about three hours
- Receive your Infection Control certificate immediately upon completion
- Unlimited final exam retakes (guaranteed certificate)
- 2 Year nationally recognized certificate
- Training that is simple and easy to understand
- Up to 90 days to take and review the training
(does not equate to CEUs or college credits.)
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This course includes more information than you need to know as a non-medical professional. This course in no way certifies anyone to perform injections. This course will educate non-medical professionals on safety, sanitation, transmission, hand hygiene, personal protective equipment, and make you a more informed professional. We believe that all tattoo artists, PMU artists, microbladers, and estheticians should have this knowledge as well and medical professionals. We believe we can keep more organizations, aesthetics professionals, aesthetics clients, and tattoo clients safe by arming yourself with this knowledge.
AAI strongly advises each member or student to research their local legislation. It is your sole responsibility to check and clarify all rules and regulations pertaining to your country, state, city and county which include but not limited to: certification and performing procedures. Please check with your local governing boards to ensure certification is valid in your area and accepted for the purpose of receiving it. (E.g. Some governing boards require pre-approved agencies, please ask for a list of accepted agencies prior to purchase). AAI is not held responsible or liable for legal encounters regarding licensing, regulations, or other legal aspects pertaining to practice and operation.