VET Students Learn About Infection Control

Year 11 students in their first year of a VET course in Health Services Assistance completed a unit on infection prevention and control last term.

They were taught the sequence and procedures for donning and removing personal protective equipment – something we have all seen a lot of in the past two years.

Some students plan to work as assistants in the health care industry once they complete Year 12. Others will continue studying to pursue careers in nursing, paramedicine, midwifery, dentistry, or physiotherapy.

A dedicated and experienced midwife guest speaker recently inspired some students to consider this fulfilling pathway.

This term, students will hear from a devoted paramedic who has been a frontline worker throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.

Sandra Carey


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