Multidrug-Resistant Organisms (MDRO): Cover multiple drug-resistant organisms, and carry out first response, including the protection of open wounds.
I learned infection control in school. Why should I take this course?
You are correct. Infection control was one of the first topics you learned in school. You are already trained and licensed to protect clients and have already been practicing safety and infection control on a daily basis. With the presence of COVID-19, why not refresh your knowledge and give your clients that extra assurance you are committed to their safety and well-being. Your clients will appreciate—even expect—to see that you are up-to-date on the latest infection control protocol.
Does the certification ever expire?
Yes. The course expires 2 years from the day you complete and pass the course. With an important course like this, you should always have the best, most up-to-date information.
How is this course structured?
This course will begin with an introduction of what to expect. Then you will have the chance to download resources that you may want to reference during the course. Once that is complete you can view the course that consists of 5 lessons. After the course there will be a 25-question final exam, once you pass with a 70%+, you can download your certificate of completion.
Is there a final exam for this course?
Yes, there is a 25 question final exam at the end of this course. You need at least a 70% (18 out of 25 correct) to obtain your certificate of completion. To prepare for this course, You simply sign up, understand, and retain the material. As long as you understand the material throughout the course, you will pass the exam. Don't worry, if you fail, you can retake the test as many times as needed to achieve your passing grade.
Will I get a certificate of completion?
Yes. Immediately following the final exam you’ll be able to download your certificate of completion.
Is this different than the Infection Control (2-Hour) Course offered by Milady Training?
This course contains some of the same information offered in the Infection Control (2-Hour) Course. However, the 3-Hour course offers more information that is critical in the salon, spa or shop. Plus, it's an additional hour of CE credit.