This professional development opportunity will benefit existing staff seeking an IPC refresher, as well as those who have not previously had formal IPC training.
The course is offered free of charge to eligible participants. Participants can attend in their own time or as negotiated with their employer.
Locations and Dates
Tues 15 December 2020 – Sunshine Coast – Health Institute (SCHI)
Mon 4 January 2021 – Brisbane Central – Southbank Campus
Tues 5 January 2021 – Brisbane Central – Southbank Campus
Tues 12 January 2021 – Gold Coast – Southport Campus
Wed 13 January 2021 – Gold Coast – Southport Campus
Wed 13 January 2021 – Sunshine Coast – Bundaberg Campus
From January 2021 – Additional courses at TAFE Campuses in North, East Coast, Brisbane, Gold Coast and South West regions
Dedicated Courses for Larger Organisations
TAFE Queensland can also deliver dedicated courses for larger organisations with 15 or more employees wishing to attend.
Unit of Study
Eligible participants will complete the Unit of Study HLTINF001 Comply with infection prevention and control policies and procedures and receive a certificate of completion.
The course includes:
Assessment will be through:
To register for one of the pilot programs in December or January, access the online application and complete the details requested. You will receive further advice once the application has been reviewed.
If you are interested in participating but are unable to attend the pilot workshops, please complete the online survey regarding your preferences. Based on the results, TAFE Queensland will endeavour to schedule additional courses in locations of demand at times that are convenient for potential participants.
For further information or to register your organisation’s interest for a dedicated course for 15 or more participants, please contact email@example.com.
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