Infection Control
Infection Control

NCFE Level 2 Certificate in Infection Control

Course Description

Few things are more important in healthcare settings than stringent infection prevention and control measures.
Poor hygiene and cleanliness procedures can have serious ramifications for patients, staff and organisations alike.

It’s crucial that all staff within a healthcare environment understand their role in relation to infection prevention and control. This course looks at the meaning and importance of infection control, as well as the causes of infections and the conditions in which they thrive and spread. It also outlines the methods used to prevent and control the spread of infection.

The course content for Certificate in the Principles of the Prevention and Control of Infection in Healthcare Settings are four units contained in 2 concise modules

Course Content

This course is available online or as a paper-based submission

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    Requirements

    People are over 19 years of age on 31st August 2021. (beginning of the Academic Year )

    People 19 -23 years of age must have a level 2 qualification or above .This can include 5 GCSE A*- C or any National Vocational Qualification or a Degree . Over 23 this does not apply.

    Lived in the UK/EU for the past 3 years. If people are born outside the EU they will need to prove their continuous residency with visas and or bio metric cards valid for previous 3 years.

    Not on an Apprenticeship

    Cannot already have completed this course

    We are presently undertaking online registrations so there is no minimum amount of people for an Induction to take place.  All we will require is the students contact details (mobile phone number and a valid  email address.

    The qualifications are NCFE level 2 and are fully certificated Nationally recognised courses.

     Learners are able to further their own continuous professional development a criteria for the care certificate which may also improve their career prospects and can then progress on to further qualifications in health & social care or other  related subjects.

    The course submission times are between 8 and 16  weeks depending on which course  they choose to complete.

    They will have a dedicated Tutor from the College or Learning Provider, who are fully trained and give feedback on all questions  answered.  Specialist Tutors are available and are qualified in dealing with anyone who has a learning difficulty ie: Dyslexia and they will support all learners throughout the course.

    All of our Induction are carried out by one of our experience Inductors and can be  either by  telephone or an online forum such as Zoom, MS Teams at a time and place to suit you This is necessary so that students and staff get all the information required to complete the course successfully. We are very aware of the disruption this may sometimes cause, but we try to work with you and your staff.

    For Companies we are now offering face to face inductions at your premises and  asking  for a minimum of 8 people to attend for an Induction to take place with one of our experienced Inductors.

    During the Induction  we introduce people to the courses and complete the necessary College paperwork.

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