Certification In Infection Prevention And Control (CIC)

CIC exam is the standardized measure of the knowledge, skills and abilities expected of professionals working in the field on infection prevention and control.

Who Needs The Course


• Infection Preventionist
• Infection Prevention and Control Practitioner/Professional (ICP)
• Infection Control Link Nurse
• RN Infection Preventionist
• Epidemiologist (e.g. Hospital, Public Health or HAI epidemiologist)
• Research Analyst (ICP/Epidemiology related)

Certificates
1) Certification Board of Infection Control and Epidemiology, Inc.
2) Training certificate from institute will be provided

What You Will Learn

  • Identification of Infectious Disease Processes
  • Employee/Occupational Health The materials are piloted, and trial results subjected to statistical analysis to confirm validity and reliability
  • Management and Communication Majority owned by Cambridge Assessment English and partnering with Australian Research Council and university Melbourne, OET has featured prominently in research literature relating to language testing in specific context
  • Preventing/Controlling the Transmission of Infectious Agents Delivered in 40 countries through secure facilities with highly trained staff. Robust identity checks, extensive malpractice check and test material assessed centrally
  • Environment of Care
  • Surveillance and Epidemiologic Investigation
    OET test takers are effective communicators on matters that are technical and emotional
  • Education and Research
  • Cleaning, Disinfection, Sterilization of Medical Devices and Equipment

Exam Details:

  • Exam Eligibility
    1. Completed post-secondary education in a health-related field including but not limited to medicine, nursing, laboratory technology, public health, or biology. A diploma RN, an LPN/LVN, DPN, and a health-related Associate's degree, Bachelor's, Master's, or Doctorate would be eligible. Post-secondary includes public or private universities, colleges, community colleges, etc. 2. Direct responsibility of the infection prevention and control programs/activities in a healthcare setting, and this is reflected in your current job description.