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Bloodborne Pathogens

Course Overview

This course is not medical training but is designed to educate individuals who may accidentally be exposed to bloodborne pathogens. While bloodborne pathogens are a critical concern for those who are regularly exposed to blood at their jobs, people in other jobs can be exposed, too. Accidents happen, and people in seemingly blood-free jobs do find themselves unexpectedly administering first aid, cleaning up after an accident, or getting injured by a sharp object. For these situations, employees who don’t typically have occupational exposure to blood will benefit from this custom compliance training designed specifically for them.

Audience

Individual

Learning Outcomes

While not medical training, this course is designed to educate individuals who may accidentally be exposed to bloodborne pathogens

Action learning

Vado e-learning courses help you to "learn by doing". Applying action learning and the "70 : 20 : 10" model for learning and development (70% of learning comes from challenging assignments, 20% from developmental relationships and 10% from coursework/training), Vado courses are designed to leverage the all-important 70% so that you can learn through action, experience and knowledge application. During the course you can expect to be asked to "break off" to undertake related tasks, try things out for real and reflect on the experience.

Features

Built to meet the way most people learn (on the job), each Vado course provides learners with tutorial videos, a course 'Introduction Video', downloadable job aids, and an exercise to perform on the job to practice and build the desired skill. With mobile responsive courses designed to work on any mobile device and any screen size, learners will be able to develop anytime, anywhere, and when the learner is ready.