Delivering high-quality healthcare requires highly qualified people! If you are interested in becoming a Certified Healthcare Environmental Services Professional and are planning to take the CHESP Certification Exam, then the CHESP Study Group is for you!
This preparatory course is designed for professionals who are preparing to take the CHESP Certification Exam, which is is very comprehensive and challenging. While not designed to teach examination content specifically, the content of the course is focused on the seven content domains of Environmental Services competency: Regulatory Compliance; Planning, Design, and Construction; Operations Related to Environmental Sanitation; Operations Related to Waste Management; Operations Related to Textile Management; Financial Stewardship; and Administration. Learners will study these content areas by reviewing the electronic version of the Official CHESP Review Guide, 2nd Edition provided within the course. Students will also have the opportunity to interact and collaborate with others to gain a more comprehensive perspective on the Environmental Services industry, and better prepare for the Exam.
Continuing Professional Education Credits:
At the end of this course you will receive twelve (12) continuing professional education (CPE) credits towards your CHESP renewal.
2013 Course Start Dates; 6 Weeks (12 CPE Credits)
Coming in 2014
Online Education: AHE online education programs are hosted on the iCohere platform. You can access iCohere from any computer with internet access 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. A presentation will be available prior to course start to allow course participants to familiarize themselves with iCohere. The presentation will introduce users to the site and covers site navigation and usage.
Requirements for accessing an iCohere site:
· Internet connection (at least 56K recommended)
· Browsers for Microsoft Windows: Internet Explorer 5.5 or later, Netscape Navigator 6.2 or later, Mozilla Firefox 1.5 or later.
· Browsers for Macintosh OS 10.x: Safari, Netscape Navigator 7.x, and Mozilla Firefox 1.5 or later.
· Browsers for Macintosh OS 9.x: Netscape Navigator 7.x, Linux (many 2.6 kernel distributions), and Mozilla Firefox 1.5 or later.
· Cookies must be enabled.
We strongly recommend using the newest version of your favorite browser for increased security, ease of use, and support for newer Web features.
Essentials of Infection Prevention and Environmental Hygiene