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FOR NURSES

Instructor-led Online Course

1. Why should I choose this course?

Infection Control Nurse Program is a certificate course designed for nurses who are either working as an Infection Control Nurse (ICN) or aspiring to be one. This course will also enable you to upskill to a Link nurse and be part of the Infection Control team. Sessions will be on alternate days (Monday, Wednesday, and Friday) to allow you to balance your work and learning routine.

2. What will the course offer?

A completion certificate, with 32 hours of education, provides you with a strong foundation to improve your skills and work to your maximum potential as an ICN.

3. What is the mode of training for this course?

This course is delivered through online, Instructor led live sessions. Providing candidates an opportunity to ask questions to the instructor and interact with other participants in the course. No assignments or projects. A Pre-Test and Post-Test is administered at the start and end of the course respectively. This method is highly effective for topics that are complex and provides individual attention to each candidate. Choose an appropriate time that suits you and learn from the comfort of your home.

4. Am I eligible to undertake this course?

Any nurse with a diploma in GNM or B.Sc Nursing, an experience of 2 years is advised but not mandatory.

5. How much time do I have to spend, to complete the program & get certified?

16 live sessions of 2 hours each 3 days a week (Monday, Wednesday & Friday) for 5 weeks, along with 6 hours per week of self-study.

1. Why should I choose this course?

Learn or refresh your skills on collecting ABG samples interpreting the major Arterial Blood Gas (ABG) abnormalities, identifying compensation along with their causes and nursing management.

2. What will the course offer?

A completion certificate, with 4 hours of education, provides you the ability to confidently take ABG samples, lookout for and prevent complications of ABG sampling, interpret basic ABG abnormalities and identify their causes and nursing management.

3. What is the mode of training for this course?

This course is delivered through online, Instructor led live sessions. Providing candidates an opportunity to ask questions to the instructor and interact with other participants in the course. No assignments or projects. A Pre-Test and Post-Test is administered at the start and end of the course respectively. This method is highly effective for topics that are complex and provides individual attention to each candidate. Choose an appropriate time that suits you and learn from the comfort of your home.

4. Am I eligible to undertake this course?

Any nurse with a diploma in GNM or B.Sc Nursing, an experience in critical care or emergency is advised but not mandatory.

5. How much time do I have to spend, to complete the program & get certified?

2 live sessions of 2 hours each, along with 4 – 6 hours of self-study.

1. Why should I choose this course?

Learn or refresh your skills to identify the different types of tachycardia and bradycardia, identify changes in the ECG during life-threatening conditions. Boost your confidence in code situations and become a valuable part of the team.

2. What will the course offer?

A completion certificate, with 8 hours of education, provides you with strong foundations for taking accurate ECGs and identifying common non-threatening and threatening ECG abnormalities, identifying their causes and management.

3. What is the mode of training for this course?

This course is delivered through online, Instructor led live sessions. Providing candidates an opportunity to ask questions to the instructor and interact with other participants in the course. No assignments or projects. A Pre-Test and Post-Test is administered at the start and end of the course respectively. This method is highly effective for topics that are complex and provides individual attention to each candidate. Choose an appropriate time that suits you and learn from the comfort of your home.

4. Am I eligible to undertake this course?

Any nurse with a diploma in GNM or B.Sc Nursing, an experience in critical care or emergency is advised but not mandatory.

5. How much time do I have to spend, to complete the program & get certified?

4 live sessions of 2 hours each, along with 4 – 6 hours of self-study.

1. Why should I choose this course?

OET strategies is a short and concise program for nurses who are at intermediate or advanced intermediate level of the English language and are looking to learn the secrets to increase their chances to crack all the four sub-tests of the Occupational English Test.

2. What will the course offer?

Provides you with the confidence to appear and pass the OET and get your dream job abroad.

3. What is the mode of training for this course?

This course is delivered through online, Instructor led live sessions. Providing candidates an opportunity to ask questions to the instructor and interact with other participants in the course. Lots of practice material as per the current test structure is provided, with individual feedback and guidance on Letter writing and Speaking skills.

4. Am I eligible to undertake this course?

Any nurse with intermediate or advanced intermediate level of English. (an overall score greater than 6 in IELTS or C+ in OET)

5. How much time do I have to spend, to complete the program & get certified?

6 live sessions of 2 hours each, along with 30 hours of self-study.

1. Why should I choose this course?

Mechanical ventilation is an essential, life-saving therapy for patients with critical illness in intensive care unit. Patients who are dependent on mechanical ventilation experience discomfort and anxiety and have an increased risk of complications associated with this therapy. Therefore, optimal patient outcomes are achieved through skilled delivery of care by a multidisciplinary team. So, if you are interested to gain in-depth knowledge and advanced skills to provide quality nursing care to a patient on mechanical ventilator join this course.

2. What will the course offer?

A completion certificate, with 8 hours of education, provides you with a strong foundation for taking care of a patient who needs assistance with breathing in the intensive care unit. It covers a wide variety of topics including rapid sequence intubation, Basics of Mechanical ventilator settings and alarm management, weaning and extubation, and various ways of preventing Ventilator-Associated Pneumonia.

3. What is the mode of training for this course?

This course is delivered through online, Instructor led live sessions. Providing candidates an opportunity to ask questions to the instructor and interact with other participants in the course. No assignments or projects. A Pre-Test and Post-Test is administered at the start and end of the course respectively. This method is highly effective for topics that are complex and provides individual attention to each candidate. Choose an appropriate time that suits you and learn from the comfort of your home.

4. Am I eligible to undertake this course?

Any nurse with a diploma in GNM or B.Sc Nursing, an experience in critical care or emergency is advised but not mandatory.

5. How much time do I have to spend, to complete the program & get certified?

4 live sessions of 2 hours each, along with 4 – 6 hours of self-study.

1. Why should I choose this course?

The primary goal of monitoring hemodynamics is to gain information on cardiac output and perfusion. This course highlights the different methods used to monitor hemodynamics, both invasively and non-invasively in the critical care unit. A strong understanding of hemodynamics is the foundation of managing a critically ill patient and provides valuable information for clinicians to discuss a patient’s current condition and need for interventions.

2. What will the course offer?

A completion certificate, with 4 hours of education, provides you with the skills to monitor accurately non-invasive and invasive hemodynamic status of critically ill patients, caring for patients on central, arterial and peripheral lines in order to prevent complications.

3. What is the mode of training for this course?

This course is delivered through online, Instructor led live sessions. Providing candidates an opportunity to ask questions to the instructor and interact with other participants in the course. No assignments or projects. A Pre-Test and Post-Test is administered at the start and end of the course respectively. This method is highly effective for topics that are complex and provides individual attention to each candidate. Choose an appropriate time that suits you and learn from the comfort of your home.

4. Am I eligible to undertake this course?

Any nurse with intermediate or advanced intermediate level of English. (an overall score greater than 6 in IELTS or C+ in OET)

5. How much time do I have to spend, to complete the program & get certified?

4 live sessions of 2 hours each, along with 4 – 6 hours of self-study.

Do-it-yourself Online Course

1. Why should I choose this course?

This is a modular program for anyone who is interested to know the basic principles that govern infection control and prevention in hospitals that meet national or international accreditation standards. This course can be done on its own or in combination with the other courses in this category.

2. What will the course offer?

A completion certificate, with 2 hours of education, and an insight on the basic infection control and prevention practices.

3. What is the mode of training for this course?

This is a self-directed online video course. Never miss a topic, do it at your own pace and watch the content as many times as you want. This is highly effective for topics that require frequent revisions. Multiple choice question based short tests to evaluate learning and level of understanding.

4. Am I eligible to undertake this course?

This is open to all staff in the healthcare facility.

5. How much time do I have to spend, to complete the program & get certified?

3 – 4 hours.

1. Why should I choose this course?

This modular program is a follow up course to Module 1: “Basics of Infection Control and Prevention” and is designed for healthcare providers and focuses on the prevention of Healthcare Associated Infection (HAI).

2. What will the course offer?

A completion certificate, with 2 hours of education, and provides evidence-based practices for the prevention of healthcare associated infections including VAP, CLABSI, CAUTI and SSI.

3. What is the mode of training for this course?

This is a self-directed online video course. Never miss a topic, do it at your own pace and watch the content as many times as you want. This is highly effective for topics that require frequent revisions. Multiple choice question based short tests to evaluate learning and level of understanding.

4. Am I eligible to undertake this course?

All Doctors & Nurses are eligible for this course.

5. How much time do I have to spend, to complete the program & get certified?

3 – 4 hours.

1. Why should I choose this course?

This is a modular program for healthcare providers and focuses on providing safe and holistic patient care with topics covering patient identification, surgical safety, transfusion safety, care of the vulnerable and many more. This course can be done on its own or in combination with the other courses in this category.

2. What will the course offer?

A completion certificate, with 2 hours of education, and provides guidelines and evidence-based practice recommendations for safe patient care like prevention of pressure ulcer, fall prevention, care of patients on restraints, end-of-life care, etc.

3. What is the mode of training for this course?

This is a self-directed online video course. Never miss a topic, do it at your own pace and watch the content as many times as you want. This is highly effective for topics that require frequent revisions. Multiple choice question based short tests to evaluate learning and level of understanding.

4. Am I eligible to undertake this course?

All Doctors & Nurses are eligible for this course.

5. How much time do I have to spend, to complete the program & get certified?

3 – 4 hours.

1. Why should I choose this course?

This is a modular program for healthcare providers and focuses on the safe practices for medication management in patient care areas that meet national or international accreditation standards. This course can be done on its own or in combination with the other courses in this category.

2. What will the course offer?

A completion certificate, with 1 hour of education, and an insight on medication management in patient care areas.

3. What is the mode of training for this course?

This is a self-directed online video course. Never miss a topic, do it at your own pace and watch the content as many times as you want. This is highly effective for topics that require frequent revisions. Multiple choice question based short tests to evaluate learning and level of understanding.

4. Am I eligible to undertake this course?

All Doctors & Nurses are eligible for this course.

5. How much time do I have to spend, to complete the program & get certified?

2 – 3 hours.

1. Why should I choose this course?

This is a short course which acts as a primer on patient safety and quality improvement and is targeted for all in the healthcare facility. It focuses on topics that promote patient safety, patient rights, international patient safety goals, incident reporting and also discusses a wide variety of quality indicators for continuous quality improvement.

2. What will the course offer?

A completion certificate, with 2 hours of education, and provides an understanding that promotes a culture of patent safety and quality improvement.

3. What is the mode of training for this course?

This is a self-directed online video course. Never miss a topic, do it at your own pace and watch the content as many times as you want. This is highly effective for topics that require frequent revisions. Multiple choice question based short tests to evaluate learning and level of understanding.

4. Am I eligible to undertake this course?

All staff in the healthcare facility are eligible for this course.

5. How much time do I have to spend, to complete the program & get certified?

3 – 4 hours.

This is a Comprehensive Bucket for all the above mentioned courses including:

  • Basics of Infection Control and Prevention L-1
  • Basics of Infection Control and Prevention L-2
  • Do No Harm: Safe Patient Care
  • Basics of Medication Management
  • Basics of Patient Safety and Quality Improvement

FOR HOSPITALS AND INSTITUTIONS

Instructor-led Online Course

1. What is included in the course?

  • Infectious disease Epidemiology
  • Role of the Infection Control Nurse
  • Communication & Change Management
  • Preventing / Controlling the Transmission of Infectious Agents
  • Asepsis & Environmental Cleaning
  • Sterilization & Disinfection
  • Bio-Medical Waste Management
  • Preventing Multi-Drug Resistance
  • Surveillance & Outbreak Investigation
  • Audits – Calculating Infection Rates & Ratios

2. What is the training method?

Virtual, Instructor-led live sessions.

3. How long is the duration of the course?

2 hour sessions for 16 Days over a period of 5 weeks, classes to be held 3 times per week (Monday, Wednesday, Friday), morning & evening sessions are available.

4. Will a certificate be provided?

Yes, certificates will be provided on successful completion of course

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1. What is included in the course?

A valuable refresher course for nurses in the Code Blue team, Critical care and Emergency Room staff for learning the basics of interpreting major Arterial Blood Gas (ABG) abnormalities, identifying compensation along with management for nurses. Course is developed and facilitated by a nurse for nurses making it simple and easy to understand.

2. What is the training method?

Virtual, Instructor-led live sessions.

3. How long is the duration of the course?

2 hour sessions for 2 days (as per calendar), morning & evening sessions are available.

4. Will a certificate be provided?

Yes, certificates will be provided on successful completion of course

To know more about our packages & bulk deals, get in touch with our representatives today!

1. What is included in the course?

A valuable refresher course for nurses in the Code Blue team, Critical care and Emergency Room staff for identifying life threatening and common cardiac arrhythmias with their management. Course is developed and facilitated by a nurse for nurses making it simple and easy to understand.

2. What is the training method?

Virtual, Instructor-led live sessions.

3. How long is the duration of the course?

2 hour sessions for 4 days (as per calendar), morning & evening sessions are available.

4. Will a certificate be provided?

Yes, certificates will be provided on successful completion of course

To know more about our packages & bulk deals, get in touch with our representatives today!

1. What is included in the course?

OET strategies is a short and concise program for nurses who are at intermediate or advanced intermediate level of the English language and are looking to learn the secrets to increase their chances to crack the Occupational English Test (OET).

2. What is the training method?

Virtual, Instructor-led live sessions.

3. How long is the duration of the course?

6 live sessions of 2 hours each, along with 30 hours of self-study.

4. Will a certificate be provided?

No certificate shall be provided for the same. The nursing candidate will be made ready to undertake the exam.

To know more about our packages & bulk deals, get in touch with our representatives today!

1.What is included in the course?

  • What is Respiratory failure
  • Oxygen Delivery devices
  • Basics of Mechanical Ventilation
  • Assisting in Rapid Sequence Intubation
  • Basics of Ventilator Modes and Settings
  • ventilator Alarm Management
  • Weaning & Extubation
  • Non-Invasive Positive Pressure Ventilation
  • Preventing Ventilator Associated Pneumonia

2.What is the training method?

Instructor-led live session

3. How long is the duration of the course?

8 hours -4 sessions of 2 hours duration

4. Will a certificate be provided?

A certificate will be provided for both on successful completion of the Course and Quiz

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1.What is included in the course?

  • Understanding Hemodynamic monitoring
  • Invasive and Noninvasive Hemodynamic monitoring
  • Care of the Central Line
  • Care of the Arterial Line
  • Preventing Central Line Associated Blood Stream Infection
  • Preventing Peripheral Catheter Associated Bloodstream Infection

2.What is the training method?

Instructor-led live session

3. How long is the duration of the course?

  2 sessions of two hours each  

4. Will a certificate be provided?

  A certificate will be provided for both on successful completion of the Course and Quiz

To know more about our packages & bulk deals, get in touch

Do-it-yourself Online Course

1. What is included in the course?

  • Principles of Infection Control Standard Precautions
  • Respiratory Hygiene/Cough Etiquette
  • Hand Hygiene
  • Personal Protective Equipment
  • Exposure to Blood & Body Fluids
  • Introduction to Cleaning, Disinfection & Sterilization of Equipment
  • Environmental Hygiene
  • Spill Management
  • Handling Clean and Used Linen
  • Bio-Medical Waste Segregation
  • Droplet Precaution
  • Contact Precaution
  • Airborne Infection Isolation Precaution
  • Protective Environment

2. Which chapter of NABH is it aligned with?

This course/module is in accordance with the Hospital Infection Control Chapter in the NABH Chapters.

3. What is the method of assessment?

30 Mark MCQ based Post Test

4. Who is eligible for the course?

All staff in the healthcare facility are eligible for the course.

1. What is included in the course?

  • Aseptic Non-Touch Technique (ANTT)
  • Reuse of Patient-care Equipment
  • Safe Injection Practices
  • Healthcare Associated Infection (HAI) Prevention Care Bundles
  • Preventing Ventilator Associated Pneumonia (VAP)
  • Preventing Catheter Associated Urinary Tract Infection (CAUTI)
  • Preventing Central Line Associated Blood Stream Infection (CLABSI)
  • Preventing Surgical Site Infections (SSI)
  • Preventing Peripheral Line Associated Blood Stream Infection
  • Preventing Multi-Drug Resistant Organisms
  • Introduction to Engineering Controls for Infection Prevention

2. Which chapter of NABH is it aligned with?

This course/module is in accordance with the Hospital Infection Control Chapter in the NABH Chapters.

3. What is the method of assessment?

20 Mark MCQ based Post Test

4. Who is eligible for the course?

All doctors & nurses are eligible for the course.

1. What is included in the course?

  • Patient Identification
  • Emergency Triage Guidelines
  • Ensure Surgical Safety
  • Blood Transfusion Safety
  • Care of Vulnerable Patients
  • Fall Prevention
  • Preventing Pressure Ulcers
  • Preventing Deep Vein Thrombosis
  • Care of Patients with Restraints and Sedation
  • Providing Nutritional Therapy (Assessment and Reassessment)
  • Introduction to Pain Assessment & Management
  • End Of Life Care

2. Which chapter of NABH is it aligned with?

This course/module is in accordance with the Care Of Patients Chapter in the NABH Chapters.

3. What is the method of assessment?

30 Mark MCQ based Post Test

4. Who is eligible for the course?

All doctors & nurses are eligible for the course.

1. What is included in the course?

  • Medication Safety related Terms & Definitions
  • Medication Storage (Look alike & Sound alike drugs), Inventory Control Practices
  • Crash cart Organisation
  • Safe use of Narcotics & High Alert / Risk Drugs
  • Rational Prescription, Safe Dispensing & Recall
  • 10 Rights of Medication Administration
  • Reporting Near misses, medication errors & adverse drug events

2. Which chapter of NABH is it aligned with?

This course/module is in accordance with the Management of Medication Chapter in the NABH Chapters.

3. What is the method of assessment?

10 Mark MCQ based Post Test

4. Who is eligible for the course?

All doctors & nurses are eligible for the course.

1. What is included in the course?

  • Patient Safety related Terms and Definitions
  • Patient Rights
  • Informed Consent
  • Effective Communication
  • Introduction to International Patient Safety Goals
  • Speak Up
  • Just Culture Model
  • Incident Reporting
  • Quality Indicators & Continuous Quality Improvement
  • Safety Codes

2. Which chapter of NABH is it aligned with?

This course/module is in accordance with the Patient Rights and Education, Patient Safety and Quality Improvement, Access Assessment and Continuity of Care & Facility Management and Safety Chapters in the NABH Chapters.

3. What is the method of assessment?

10 Mark MCQ based Post Test

4. Who is eligible for the course?

All staff in the healthcare facility are eligible for the course.

This is a Comprehensive Bucket for all the above mentioned courses including:

  • Basics of Infection Control and Prevention L-1
  • Basics of Infection Control and Prevention L-2
  • Do No Harm: Safe Patient Care
  • Basics of Medication Management
  • Basics of Patient Safety and Quality Improvement