MQF/EQF LEVEL 4 AWARD IN
prevention and control of infectious diseases
About this course
Managing and controlling the risk of infection can be a matter of life and death. This course is intended to familiarise the participants with the sources of microorganisms and how infectious bacteria transfer between hosts. Participants will learn regarding the appropriate control measures to prevent transmission from occurring and ensure everyone’s welfare.
|Course Title||Prevention and Control of Infectious Diseases|
|Qualification Framework Level||MQF/EQF Level 4|
|Programme Duration||1 Months (Full-Time)|
|Placement Hours||4 Hours|
|Mode of Attendance||Full Time|
|Mode of Delivery||Face-to-Face Lectures|
|Total ECTS Credits||3 ECTS|
- Aged 16+ upon entry of course
- Communicate using oral and written English
- Minimum school leaving certificate
- Clean Police Conduct
- Copy of ID card or Passport
Learning Outcomes for Knowledge obtained at the end of the programme:
The learner will be able to:
- Collaborate with colleagues to demonstrate teamwork skills reflective of the inter-professional working relationships found within healthcare and community care settings.
- Deal with and control an outbreak of infections and disease within community care and healthcare settings.
There is only one module in this course which is intended to familiarise the participants with the sources of microorganisms and how infectious bacteria transfers between hosts.
- Contact hours: 15
- Supervised placement hours: 4
- Self-study hours: 42
- Assessment hours: 14
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- Staff mentors
- Care supervisor
- Care coordinator
- Nursing assistants
- Non-care administrative roles
- Support worker
- Nursing home assistant
- Senior care worker
- Team leader
- Independent living advisor
- Aged care worker
- Nurse practitioner
Age Group: 16+
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This Course will be assessed through the submission of:
- Written Assignment (50%)
- Case Study (50%)
This course is accredited and licensed by the Malta Further and Higher Education Authority (MFHEA).
The Malta Further and Higher Education Authority (MFHEA) is responsible for fostering the development and achievement of excellence in Further and Higher education in Malta through effective licensing, accreditation, quality assurance, research, and recognition of programmes of study, established under the Malta Qualifications Framework (MQF)
Licence Number: 2019-010