Principles of the Prevention & Control of Infection in Health & Social Care Settings
This is a continuing professional development course for those working in the healthcare profession or for those who wish to gain specific knowledge of the prevention and control of infection.
|Level: 2||Duration: 32 weeks|
|Start Date: Ongoing||Type: Online|
|Price: £350||Age Range: 19+|
|Funding: Payment Plan||Awarding Organisation: NCFE|
Who is this course for?
This is a continuing Professional development course for those working in the healthcare profession or for those who wish to gain specific knowledge of the prevention and control of infection.
There are no formal qualifications required to undertake this course. To secure your place please return the completed registration form available by contacting us. After which, we will arrange an initial advice and guidance session before completing an initial assessment.
Why should I do this qualification?
This qualification is designed for those that work in, or would like to work in, the health care sector. It will provide knowledge that may be applied to a wide range of job roles within health and social care settings.
What will I learn?
You will learn about the meaning and importance of infection control, the causes of infection and the conditions in which infections thrive as well as how they spread. You will also learn about methods to prevent and control infection.
How will I be assessed?
All work will be internally assessed using a range of methods including written question and answer and written assignments.
Potential careers and future earnings
The above course is just one of the steps you could take that may lead you into any of the careers below.
Care WorkerEntry Level
- Average: £26,146
- Potential: £55,494
Social WorkerEntry Level
- Average: £37,968
- Potential: £71,500
Personal AssistantEntry Level
- Average: £22,429
- Potential: £29,598