COVID-19 Infection Control Training – Hospitality Sector

Reducing the Risk - Practical Infection Control Training and the Coronavirus (COVID -19) for the Hospitality Sector

Infection prevention & control trainin for your staff. Gain knowledge and understanding of infection control measures to reduce the spread of infections within your organisation linking content to Novel Coronavirus (CgOVID-19)

Infection control training for the hospitality sector 'Reducing the Risk'

Overview

Infection Control Training ‘Reducing the Risk’ training is facilitated by our expert registered nursing team with first-hand clinical experience within your workplace.

This blended learning course allows participants to gain a practical and theoretical understanding of their roles in reducing the spread of infections linking to Coronavirus (COVID-19) at work. The training focuses upon best practice of effective infection prevention and control.

What is coronavirus?

Coronavirus is a mild, upper respiratory tract infection, with or without fever, and a cough that can potentially develop into pneumonia, causing breathing difficulties. As with influenza, coronavirus can be more dangerous for vulnerable people such as the elderly and those with cancer, diabetes, chronic lung disease and other conditions that result in a weakened immune system.  The virus is most often spread via close (up to six feet) person-to-person contact. 

Just like influenza and other respiratory illnesses, respiratory droplets from infected coughs or sneezes can land in the mouths or noses of those nearby or be inhaled into their lungs. However, it’s currently unclear if a person can get 2019-nCoV by handling a virus-contaminated surface or object and then touching their own mouth, nose or eyes. Typically, with most respiratory viruses, people are thought to be at their most contagious when they appear ill with symptoms.

Infection Control Training for hospitality sector Summary

  • Training underpinned by the World Health Organisation guidelines and framed by national infection control and regulatory protocols.
  • Hand-washing best practice and the practical application of alcohol hand gel based upon World Health Organisation – Hand Hygiene: Why, How & When (2009).
  • PPE best practice
  • Delegates encouraged to consider best practice for decontamination of equipment/surfaces and basic practical infection control measures to limit the spread of infections.
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Infection Control Session Outline

  • What is COVID 19 (Novel Coronavirus) Brief overview including background, epidemiology and current statistics, underpinned by
    the World Health Organisation.
  • Overview of the symptoms of COVID 19 and current guidance
  • How to prevent the spread of COVID 19 including hand washing best practice and the practical application of alcohol hand gel
    based on the World Health organisation guidelines Hand Hygiene; Why, How and When (2009) currently utilised.
  • The use of Personal Protective Equipment; underpinned by UK Regulatory Protocols.
  • Respiratory Hygiene, including wearing masks in public places following World Health Organisation Guidelines.
  • Infection, Prevention and Control, Best Practice Procedures for the decontamination of surfaces, appropriate cleaning and
    disinfecting of equipment, handling laundry and waste disposal in hotels (non healthcare setting).
  • Infection control procedures that may be in place at destination arrival including, testing and tracing, social distancing, restaurant
    etiquette, cleaning of public areas and room service.
  • Appropriate Infection Control Procedures on return from travel outside the United Kingdom Current Guidelines, underpinned by
    the Government of the United Kingdom.

Why is it important?

It is vital that organisations look to reduce the risk of employee sickness due to infections including coronavirus (COVID-19) and the wider impact on suppliers, customers, production and productivity. The COVID-19 virus has caused a global economic slowdown. Our training offers organisations the opportunity to facilitate practical infection control employee training, gain knowledge and understanding of infection control measures and reduce the spread of infections.

Over 3 hours our registered nursing team will provide the opportunity to learn effective infection control measures and how to implement them throughout the workplace. Training will be conducted remotely via online webinars and structured to allow learners to ask questions. 

Learners will be given a CPD accredited certificate of attendance. 

Suitable for

This course is suitable for those working in the hospitality sector that are looking to learn effective infection control measures with the aim of reducing the impact & spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) throughout their workplace.

Facilitated by

Experienced registered nurses with first-hand clinical experience. 

How much does it cost?

We charge participants £75 for individuals to attend this course. The course will last for 2-2.5 hours. If you have a group of staff that you want trained we can deliver this for £300+ VAT for a maximum of 6-8 participants.

will i get a certificate?

Yes of course. All attendants will receive a certificate at the end of the course. 

COVID-19 Infection Control Training for the Hospitality sector 'Reducing the Risk'

Training provided by a registered nurse

Course duration 3 hours

Course is delivered virtually

Certificate provided

CPD Accredited Training Course

Underpinned by

Do you have a question about this Course?

Have a team of staff to train? We run group courses for £300 + VAT for 6-8 participants. Get in touch with us.

0203 974 6950

Who are we?

Wren Healthcare is a CQC registered healthcare provider, founded by clinical nurse specialists. We provide clinical skills and disease area training to healthcare professionals and the general public across the UK. We work with the NHS, private healthcare & commercial organisations supporting them with our clinical training services.

Following the latest coronavirus outbreak we are now supporting all organisations (clinical and non-clinical) to improve their infection control measures and reduce the impact of coronavirus (COVID-19) spread across their organisation.