Continuing Education & Training

APIC offers a wide range of educational programs. APIC is committed to the preparation and advancement of professionals in all aspects of infection prevention from entry-level classroom training for the infection prevention professional to regional and online conferences and seminars focusing on emerging issues. APIC chapters also provide local educational programs.

The course is designed to give infectious diseases fellows and others basic training in infection control and hospital epidemiology and satisfies the ACGME requirement for training in hospital epidemiology.

CNE credit in Infection Control.

Infection Control Training Solutions is an educational warehouse of courses designed for professionals in various fields who are required to possess a working knowledge of infection control and patient safety practices pertinent to their job responsibilities. All course material is developed and written by Certified Infection Control practitioners and specialists in Patient Safety.

Continuing Education courses listed in the Infectious Disease/Infection Control category will keep you informed about a wide range of infectious diseases, including how to recognize signs and symptoms, the treatment options, and preventative measures.

The courses are available in a variety of formats:

Fulfill your CEU requirements for license renewal, refresh or broaden your knowledge and skills, and keep current with new information.

The Society for Healthcare Epidemiology of America (SHEA) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) adapted their Training Course in Healthcare Epidemiology to a one-day curriculum. The following activity consists of recordings from training courses that took place in March and October 2009.

The Infection Control Education Institute is committed to providing cost-effective, high quality training on the topics essential to a career in today's acute-care setting. Individualized lessons offer you the contact hours demanded by your profession and are approved by the Arizona Nurses' Association (AZNA).