In Relation to International Standards?
The PAN001: Pandemic Infection control course is an APAN industry self-regulation program support by the International Safety & Infection Control Charter.
Developed in collaboration with APAN, and Emeritus Professor Laurence J Walsh, AO – an authority in immunopathology, who is also an active contributor to various leading panels in the development of infection control standards and regulations.
Completing this course will allow you to be part of an international movement for greater safety. You will receive:
- A Certificate of Completion signed by Professor Walsh
- The International Infection Control Charter Pledge that you will need to sign, abide by and display
- Template for your on-going implementation of safety standard
- ISICC logo
- ISICC decal template
The course covers the pathophysiology of viruses and infections, their behaviour and transmission pathways, as well as information on their mutation. This course specifically focuses not just on COVID-19 but also on pandemics based on the latest scientifically supported evidence, protocols, and procedures to equip and empower practitioners with an evidence-based approach to clients and clinical safety.
The aims of this program are two-fold:
- To create an internationally uniform evidence-based infection control standard of the highest level that sets practitioners apart and establish them as part of an international movement for safety against pandemics.
- Seek state and federal government recognition, as a highly effective and trustworthy safety measure with the request that graduates be considered with greater leniency and potential exemptions during lockdowns.
While there are several infection-control programs currently available this program takes infection control to a much higher level.
To sign up for this worldwide effort to make the world a safer place, click here.