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Learn about infection prevention measures in education and childcare settings.
With so much uncertainty surrounding infectious diseases within the UK at the moment, our aim at EduCare is to educate teachers and those working closely with young children on how to safely manage and control the risk of spreading infections.
Now more than ever is a great time to refresh your knowledge and training on this subject matter to protect both staff and students.
We’ve created a free 7-day guide that explains health and safety measures, from basic health compliance to actionable steps to help prevent the spread of germs and bacteria, to ensure all staff and children are kept safe during the transition back to school. You can sign up, free, to get it delivered straight to your inbox every day for the next 7 days.
Over the next 7 days, we’ll arm you with the knowledge and understanding of practical steps you can take to help prevent the risk of transmitting infectious diseases within school settings. These are all transferable steps you can apply to all different types of infections and diseases that can be carried and transmitted throughout the education sector, now and in the future.
You’ll also get the opportunity to access a recording of our free webinar hosted by EduCare and SAPHNA (The School and Public Health Nurses Association) that discusses these topics in further detail. Get started today by entering your email address and receive day 1 of our guide.
Over the next 7 days, you'll learn about
Topic 1 - What is infection prevention control?
Basic Health and Safety compliance and how to manage school premises and staff availability
Infection prevention control including, hand hygiene, PPE and cleaning
Practical steps to help reduce the risk of transmitting infections including, class sizes and layout
Practical steps to help reduce the risk of transmitting infections including, timetabling and movement around school
Vital communication skills between teachers, parents and students
What to do if a student becomes unwell and shows symptoms of contagious infections