Welcome to the Contractors and Volunteers eLearning suite. A set of modules have been made available to our contracted staff to make training and resources readily available to those who do not have an Employee number.
Please follow the instructions provided by your local facility regarding any modules relevant to your time at RHC Australia.
The modules provided on this website are open access. Please ensure you only complete the modules which are in line with your current scope of practice.
To complete a course, please click on the relevant link below. Once the course has opened in a new window, work through each page of the module in sequence, and print (or save) the certificate of completion available on the last page. Your certificates of completion will need to be taken to your hospital for record keeping purposed.
The courses are required to be completed in one sitting as bookmarking is not available through these resources.
5 Hand Hygiene modules provided by the Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care for implementation nationally within RHC Australia. Learners are linked out to the commission website to register and complete appropriate hand hygiene module. The modules define hand hygiene, the relationship with WHO and its role within the Australian Healthcare Setting. ABHR is identified along with its uses. Appropriate times for hand washing solution including time/place are discussed. There are quizzes throughout the modules to test learners’ abilities and retention of information.
Note: Staff are required to register details and enrol in appropriate Hand hygiene module. Selection of appropriate module occurs as part of registration process.
Hand hygiene modules are now accessed via the NSQHS website. A link to the login site is here
This module defines infection control as an understanding of the role microorganisms play in our environment and how they interact with us. This knowledge assists the learner to understand ways to prevent transmission and ultimately create a safe environment for our staff, patients and visitors. Mechanisms of infection and the role of standard precautions, hand hygiene, environmental cleaning, sharps management and PPE are all discussed. The module explains occupational exposures, Linen and waste handling. The module is provided to employees via the NSQHS eLearning platform.
The Basics of Infection Prevention and Control is now accessed via the NSQHS website. A link to the login site is here
If you need any assistance in completing these modules please contact us on RTISupport@ramsayhealth.com.au