Hand Hygiene Training Resources (Community)
Training materials have been developed to support healthcare worker’s competency in delivering safe care with mandatory hand hygiene education.
- ‘My 5 Moments for Hand Hygiene’ approach
- Correct techniques to be applied to hand rubbing and handwashing.
The Hand Hygiene How to Guide and Train the Trainer programme
Train the Trainer Programme
The Train the Trainer programme provides education, guidance and tools to enable other healthcare workers to deliver hand hygiene training in their service. Community Service training tools are listed below, please click here for the Acute Hospital training tools.
Hand Hygiene Train the Trainer presentation
Presentation of the educational materials necessary for IPCNs in community and primary care settings to provide the Hand Hygiene
Hand Hygiene Training presentation
Presentation to support healthcare workers who have completed the Hand Hygiene Train the Trainer Programme. Supports the delivery of education to staff in their service in addition to the practical teaching and evaluation of hand hygiene technique.
Hand Hygiene How to Guide
Supporting materials including an index of the key steps and supports necessary for IPCNs to deliver Hand Hygiene Train the Trainer Programme supported by the governance structures in
In each Community Health Organisation (CHO) it is necessary that a senior manager is nominated to support the National HCAI AMR Team and the local IPCNs in accessing the facilities and services and the provision of protected time.
For further information and support from the HCAI AMR National Team in introducing this programme in your area please contact email@example.com
Monitoring and evaluation of hand hygiene training
IPCNs who deliver training to trainers and hand hygiene trainers who deliver education in their service must provide feedback to the CHO. You can do this monthly with this brief evaluation tool which takes just 90 seconds to complete.
- Online hand hygiene training for healthcare workers in acute hospitals, community and primary care settings on HSELand
- Hand hygiene resources