This course is for trades and other service workers that are involved in contract maintenance work within health care facilities.
This course is for those who perform or are involved in construction work within health care facilities.
Investment in this course will support workers to develop an in-depth understanding of the nature of infectious diseases, how they spread in the community, and how to intervene preventatively in their spread.
This course provides information to manage day-to-day infection prevention and control (IPAC) services as well as how to set up infection prevention, control measures and systems for small renovations.
This course provides foundation information about infection prevention and control (IPAC) in healthcare settings for people working in construction and renovations.
Contact us to create a course for your team.
CSA does not “approve” any course or training provider in Canada. Training providers are not required to receive approval from CSA Group.
Our training course content focus is on key, industry-accepted, IPAC principles that are commonly known and used throughout Canada, and internationally.
Several Health Authorities, HCFs, and other ‘Authorities Having Jurisdiction’ have contracted with ICTG to create training courses for their staff and external stakeholders.
Yes. Our certification training courses include a carefully designed exam that tests your understanding of the subject and the practical skills relevant to your work.
Our knowledge competency exam is more than a quiz (which is generally utilized for awareness-type courses). A minimum passing mark of 80% is required to achieve certification of completion.
Yes. We provide ‘equivalent’ (and certification) training as allowed for under the 2017 CSA Standard (see above for further information).
The CSA Group cannot legally restrict training to just their instructors or their training content
ICTG has trained several stakeholders (trades, facilities maintenance, infection prevention and control etc.) that have had ICTG’s knowledge certification training accepted by their clients (e.g. Health Authorities) and/or specific HCFs. Participants who pass a knowledge competency exam will receive a certificate of completion.
This is a simple matter of applying for a “change order” (or confirming with your client in writing) that ICTG knowledge certified training is considered as a qualified, equivalent, and acceptable alternative.
Many in procurement may be unaware that equivalency, alternate training even exists, which is allowed for under the 2017 edition of the CSA Standard.
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