COVID-19 training and national guidance
E-learning: Infection prevention and control
We have developed a new Infection Prevention and Control (IPC) e-learning course.
This course can be used as an introduction to the subject or as a refresher to check your knowledge of the subject.
It is suitable for people working in a range of social care roles in the community, including (but not limited to) PAs, carers, unpaid carers, and volunteers.
Email: IPC Project team
If you have any difficulties accessing the e-learning, email: ASC Training
Online training: Infection prevention and control
This 'Infection prevention and control' training has been developed by Sussex CCGs. It's aimed at people working in Sussex based community care homes, hospices, domiciliary care, and personal care assistants.
The training covers causes of infection, cleaning methods, waste disposal and infection control laws and policies.
It lasts 1 hour and there are several dates to choose from throughout the year.
Visit Eventbrite for more information and to choose and book your place.
Skills for Care training
Skills for Care has developed COVID-19 essential training. This is targeted and fully funded support for providers and personal assistants to meet the essential aspects of core and mandatory training.
Other training for adult social care providers
Adult social care providers can access non-COVID related training on the East Sussex Learning Portal.
Care staff in all areas should review Coronavirus restrictions: What you can and cannot do.
Coronavirus (COVID-19): adult social care guidance brings together guidance published by the Department of Health and Social Care and Public Health England and other relevant guidance.
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