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Infection Prevention Academy/ Face-to-face courses

APIC’s classroom offerings are taught by experienced, CIC® certified, infection preventionists. Courses are offered across the country in multiple locations.  Determine which course is right for you.

Access the Infection Prevention Academy Registration Form.

Spring Academy: Seattle, WA - March 16-21, 2015 

  • Education for the Prevention of Infection (EPI®) 101
    Dates: 3/16 - 3/18 in Seattle, WA
    Member early $675; Member regular $825
    Nonmember early $825; Nonmember regular $975

    This novice level course introduces the various roles and responsibilities of the infection preventionist. Areas of emphasis include how to prepare surveillance and risk assessment plans, regulatory compliance, preventing transmission of infectious diseases, and how to handle employee exposures.
  • Education for the Prevention of Infection (EPI®) 102 (formerly EPI 201)
    Dates: 3/19 - 3/21 in Seattle, WA
    Member early $675; Member regular $825
    Nonmember early $825; Nonmember regular $975

    This novice level course builds on the concepts and principles introduced in EPI 101®. Continue your infection prevention education with EPI 201, which covers subjects such as “The IP’s Role in Construction and Renovation” and “Cleaning, Disinfection, and Sterilization of Instruments.”
  • Infection Prevention for Ambulatory Surgery Centers 101 (ASC 101)
    Dates: 3/19 - 3/21 in Seattle, WA
    Member early $675; Member regular $825
    Nonmember early $825; Nonmember regular $975

    This novice level course provides comprehensive infection prevention training for healthcare professionals working in all ambulatory settings including surgery centers. Learn how to develop an effective infection prevention program to protect patients.
  • Project Management Workshop
    Date:
    3/18 in Seattle, WA
    Price:
    Member Early $225; Member Regular $275
    Nonmember Early $275; Nonmember Regular $325

    Participants will learn the ingredients that comprise a robust Infection Prevention and Control program.  This workshop will enable healthcare professionals to strengthen the skill needed to analyze, prioritize and implement programs designed to mitigate patient harm.


  • Advanced Practice Workshop
    Date: 3/17 in Seattle, WA
    Price:
    Member Early $225; Member Regular $275
    Nonmember Early $275; Nonmember Regular $325
    The program is designed to improve the competence levels crucial to successfully leading an infection prevention program within today’s complex healthcare environment. Specifically, the activity will better align infection prevention efforts across patient safety, quality, and risk management by refining leadership, financial, process improvement, and consensus-building skills.  

Fall Academy: Austin, TX - September 21-26, 2015

  • Education for the Prevention of Infection (EPI®) 101
    Dates: 9/21 - 9/23 in Austin, TX
    Member early $675; Member regular $825
    Nonmember early $825; Nonmember regular $975

    This novice level course introduces the various roles and responsibilities of the infection preventionist. Areas of emphasis include how to prepare surveillance and risk assessment plans, regulatory compliance, preventing transmission of infectious diseases, and how to handle employee exposures.
  • Education for the Prevention of Infection (EPI®) 102 (formerly EPI 201)
    Dates: 9/24 - 9/26 in Austin, TX
    Member early $675; Member regular $825
    Nonmember early $825; Nonmember regular $975

    This novice level course builds on the concepts and principles introduced in EPI 101®. Continue your infection prevention education with EPI 201, which covers subjects such as “The IP’s Role in Construction and Renovation” and “Cleaning, Disinfection, and Sterilization of Instruments.”
  • Infection Prevention for Ambulatory Surgery Centers 101 (ASC 101)
    Dates: 9/21 - 9/23 in Austin, TX
    Member early $675; Member regular $825
    Nonmember early $825; Nonmember regular $975

    This novice level course provides comprehensive infection prevention training for healthcare professionals working in all ambulatory settings including surgery centers. Learn how to develop an effective infection prevention program to protect patients.
  • Infection Prevention for Ambulatory Surgery Centers 102 (ASC 102)
    Dates: 9/24 - 9/26 in Austin, TX
    Member early $675; Member regular $825
    Nonmember early $825; Nonmember regular $975 
    This novice level course builds on the concepts and principles introduced in ASC 101. Continue your infection prevention education with ASC 102, which covers subjects such as “Outbreak Investigation” and “Evaluation and selection of Disinfection products.” 
  • Project Management Workshop 
    Date: 
    9/25 in Austin, TX
    Price:
    Member Early $225; Member Regular $275
    Nonmember Early $275; Nonmember Regular $325
    Participants will learn the ingredients that comprise a robust Infection Prevention and Control program.  This workshop will enable healthcare professionals to strengthen the skill needed to analyze, prioritize and implement programs designed to mitigate patient harm. 
  • Advanced Practice Workshop
    Date: 9/24 in Austin, TX
    Price:
    Member Early $225; Member Regular $275
    Nonmember Early $275; Nonmember Regular $325  
  • Construction and Renovation Workshop (more details coming soon)
    Date: 9/26 in Austin, TX
    Price:
    Member Early $225; Member Regular $275
    Nonmember Early $275; Nonmember Regular $325
    The program is designed to improve the competence levels crucial to successfully leading an infection prevention program within today’s complex healthcare environment. Specifically, the activity will better align infection prevention efforts across patient safety, quality, and risk management by refining leadership, financial, process improvement, and consensus-building skills. 
     

Disclosures:
No faculty or planning committee member disclosed any financial or commercial interests that affected this educational activity.

Accreditation statement:

Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology, Inc. (APIC) is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education (CNE) by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation.

Accredited status does not imply endorsement by APIC or the American Nurses Credentialing Center of any commercial products displayed or discussed in conjunction with an educational activity.

APIC is approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider #CEP7146.


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