Infection Control (Face to Face Course)

Course Code – IC105FF

Infection Control (Face to Face Course)

Course Code – IC105FF

Considering standard infection control precautions is important to any beauty and skincare industry, where variety of infection during treatments can occur. 

It is essential that beauty and dermal therapists have a thorough understanding of the principles of controlling the spread of infection in the skin clinic.

Beauty and dermal therapists have responsibility for infection control practices over a broad range of areas within beauty and setting.

This short course is an introduction to the issues which confront the present day infection control practitioner. Many aspects of infection control covered in the course are applicable across a broad range of enterprises beyond health care.

Since an infection control program is a requirement for accreditation for health care facilities, this is an ideal introductory course for staff with responsibility for preventing and controlling infection.

Keeping knowledge of infection control procedures up to date is essential for everyone who works in beauty and skincare industries. This course has been specifically designed for beauty and dermal therapists and other non-medical personnel working in in beauty and skincare settings or anyone wishing to pursue a career in this very rewarding industries. 

Learning Outcomes:

  • Better understanding of current regulations, laws and ethics surrounding dermal therapy.
  • Understanding how infections can be transmitted and the importance of infection control
  • Be able to describe how the design of a dermal treatments on infection control.
  • Understanding how infection control may vary in other environments.
  • Maintain infection prevention for skin penetration treatments
  • Understanding roles and responsibilities within a dermal Practice

Carrier Options: 

  • Cosmetic Medical Clinics
  • Aesthetics Clinics
  • Dermal Therapy Clinics
  • Dermal Industry Education
  1. Introduction to dermal Infection Control
  2. Understanding infection disease, the chain of infection and how infection spreads
  3. Standard and additional precautions for infection prevention and control
  4. Regulations, Laws and Ethics
  5. Cleaning, Disinfection and Sterilisation
  6. The use of personal protection equipment (PPE)
  7. Dermal Treatment Design
  8. Infection hazards in the clinic and assessing risks associated with identified hazards.Other Environments Training and Education

 

 Name

Infection Control

Duration

5 hours + 3 hours internship

Delivery

Facility

Program Fee

Individual 500$ – Group of five 2000$ (400$ per person)

Certificate

Accredited Infection Control Certificate

Prerequisites

Certificate III or Certificate IV in beauty

Practical Component

None Skill Level, Beginner/Intermediate

Payment 

Direct debit, credit, After Pay, Zip Pay