Infection Control LogoThis course will focus on best practices for health care workers to prevent infection transmission.



What does the course cover

This course will focus on best practices for health care workers to prevent infection transmission. It covers three key areas:

  • Hand Hygiene
  • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
  • Environmental Management

As a result of this course, you will be able to:

  • Identify best practice
  • Practise best practice infection prevention and control
  • Create safe environments for patients/residents and staff
  • Identify any improvements that may be needed at work in order for you to practise best practice infection prevention and control.

Who Should Use This Course


This course is designed for nurses and other health care workers working in:
  • General primary care settings eg, general practice, school nurses, prison nurses
  • Residential care for people with disabilities including intellectual disability
  • Aged residential care

Click the course title on the left to enter this course.

This course will help you

  • Gain confidence in detecting the signs and symptoms of local recurrence and metastatic breast disease.
  • Become familiar with the commons sites of breast cancer metastases and their  presentation
  • Become familiar with the clinical management and supportive care of patients with metastatic/advanced breast cancer

What does the course cover

This course will focus on best practices for health care workers to prevent infection transmission. It covers three key areas:

  • Hand Hygiene
  • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
  • Environmental Management

As a result of this course, you will be able to:

  • Identify best practice
  • Practise best practice infection prevention and control
  • Create safe environments for patients/residents and staff
  • Identify any improvements that may be needed at work in order for you to practise best practice infection prevention and control.

Who Should Use This Course


This course is designed for nurses and other health care workers working in:
  • General primary care settings eg, general practice, school nurses, prison nurses
  • Residential care for people with disabilities including intellectual disability
  • Aged residential care

Click the course title on the left to enter this course.

What does the course cover

This course will focus on best practices for health care workers to prevent infection transmission. It covers three key areas:

  • Hand Hygiene
  • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
  • Environmental Management

As a result of this course, you will be able to:

  • Identify best practice
  • Practise best practice infection prevention and control
  • Create safe environments for patients/residents and staff
  • Identify any improvements that may be needed at work in order for you to practise best practice infection prevention and control.

Who Should Use This Course


This course is designed for nurses and other health care workers working in:
  • General primary care settings eg, general practice, school nurses, prison nurses
  • Residential care for people with disabilities including intellectual disability
  • Aged residential care

Click the course title on the left to enter this course.