More detailed information on all of the teleclass can be found at http://www.webbertraining.com/
Web Site Translation: By the end of April, the framework of the Webber Training web site will be available in French and in Spanish. An Arabic translation is underway but is much more complicated and time-consuming (and expensive). Translated products and live teleclasses in French and Spanish will be added in subsequent weeks and months. The funding for this expensive site development was received from the Governments of Canada, Quebec, and France, from corporate sponsors Virox Technologies, 3M, Deb, and JohnsonDiversey, and through the teleclass registration fees of Webber Training Members.
Help Wanted: In coming months we will be creating a French teleclass series and a Spanish teleclass series. There is a need for infection control professionals fluent in those languages to help create and run them. This is a volunteer position, but there are rewards beyond financial value. Contact me if you are able and willing.
A Word on Profit and Teleclass Access: Teleclass Education is not structured to make profit. All of the wonderful people who make Teleclass Education work are gainfully employed elsewhere and volunteer their time and talent. We are pleased to support several infection control education initiatives in developing countries with the funds received from registration fees, corporate sponsors, governmental and non-governmental organizations. If you are aware of someone who could gain value from any of our teleclass materials but who is unable to pay for teleclass registration, please contact me at the e-mail or phone noted below. We are committed to universal access regardless of ability to pay.
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Continuing Educational Opportunities
The following are opportunities for reprocessing staff to read and answer questions to improve their knowledge. Each of these sessions is provided by companies for staff to have educational opportunites for continuing education from their homes.
Click here for Did You Know? Part One
Click here for Did You Know? Part Two
Click here for To Kill or not to Kill
Click here for Infection Preventionists and SPD
Click here for Are You Running the Correct Steam Sterilizations Cycles for Your Loads?
Click here for MOHLTC – Providers – Infection Prevention and Control Core Competency Education Program
Click here for the article on Load and Pack Control, Difference Between BI’s – Class 5 – Class 6 Tutorial
Click here for the article on Infection Prevention Strategies How Low Can We Go
Click here for the article on Using Steam Sterilization Monitors
Click here for the article on We Can Do Continural Quality Process Improvement
Click here for the article on Chemical Indicators
Click here for the article on Packaging for Sterilization
Click here for the article on Extended Cycles Attest RR BIs
Click here for the article on Hair Removal Methods
Click here for the article on Time to Change
Click here for the article on “Cracking the Steam Sterilizer Door: Dispelling the Myth”
Click here for the article on Documentation
Click here for the article on Day in the Life of Dynamic Air Removal Sterilizer
Click here for the topic on Why is Quality So Illusive
Click here for the topic on Sterilization of Surgical Implants
Click here for the topic on OR and SPD Working Together
Click here for the topic onLoaner Instrumentation: Keeping Patient Safety First!
Click here for the topic on Decontamination Part 1
Click here for the topic on Decontamination Part 2
Click here for the topic on Flash Dance
Click here for the topic on It’s A Wrap
Click here for the topic on Uploading, Storage, Distribution, Transportation and Aseptic Presentation of Sterile Items
Click Here for the Topic Documentation
Click Here for the Topic Improving the Performance of Your Automatic Washer
Click Here for the Topic The Liquid Chemical Educational Story
Click Here for the Topic The Care and Handling of Flexible Scopes
Click Here for the Topic Why Do We Test the Effectiveness of the Steam Sterilization Process?
Click Here for the Topic Managing Safe and Effective Use of Chemical Sterilants and High Level Disinfectants
Click Here for the Topic AAMI Recommended Practices for Quality Control Part 1 (ST79)
Click Here for the Topic Recommended Practices for Quality Control Part 11 (ST79)
Click Here for the Topic Clipping,Prepping and Draping for Surgical Procedures
Click Here for the Topic Improving the Quality of the Sonic Cleaning Process
Click Here for the Topic Importance of Tray Selection to the Ultrasonic Cleaning Process