Graduate Certificate of Infection Control

Online study | Start date: February 2021 | Register to find out more

What will you achieve?

Prepare for advanced practice in infection control.

Apply and adapt specialised knowledge, skills and technical competencies pertaining to infection prevention and control across a variety of health contexts, including rural, remote and Indigenous settings in developed and developing countries.

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What will you learn?

Four core subjects (12 credit points):

  • Infection Prevention and Control in Health Care Settings
  • Effective Clinical Governance
  • Epidemiology for Public Health
  • Communicable Disease Control

What are the entry requirements?

AQF level 7 bachelor degree in medical, nursing or other relevant health professional qualification, or at least five years' experience in a health profession.



Please note: This website is intended as a general guide for domestic students only. Prospective students should contact the University to confirm admission requirements and the availability of courses.

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Graduate Certificate of Infection Control

Why Health at JCU?

Experience a vibrant learning culture which fosters highly skilled and knowledgeable graduates. With an emphasis on authentic learning, compassionate care, support to succeed and cultivation of curiosity, at JCU you’ll develop the skills, confidence and experience to be a valuable healthcare professional.

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