{MCFE}{643 Spencer St}{West Melbourne}{3003}{Vic}{Australia}{(130) 036-8883}
643 Spencer St, 3003 West Melbourne, Vic
Phone: (130) 036-8883

Infection Control Course Melbourne – Government Funded Course | MCFE


Cross-Sector Infection Control Skill Set

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BSBSS00095 – Cross-Sector Infection Control Course Melbourne


Melbourne College of Further Education (MCFE) is now offering the free online infection control course in Melbourne as part of a nationally accredited skill set, BSBSS00095 – Cross-Sector Infection Control. The infection control course addresses the skills and knowledge required to undertake work activities in compliance with organisational procedures that prevent and control infection. Completing your online infection control course will increase your employability and general skill set in the new world we live in today. Enrol in one of the best online infection control courses in Australia.

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Course BSBSS00095 – Cross-Sector Infection Control Skill Set
Delivery OptionsClassroom based (Face-to-Face), or
Blended: Online theory + Face-to-Face Skills, or

Fully Online

DurationStudents can have up to 3 months to complete. Duration will depend on delivery option.

Students who meet the Skills First eligibility criteria can access low Tuition Fees for this course.

Study this course for low-fee or no-fee

If eligible for Skills First Funding all your tuition fees are covered.

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CategoryTuition Fee
Skills First Funded NO FEES
Fee for service $450
Material Fee – Digital Resources$100

The course fees and costs depend upon whether you are eligible for a Government subsidy, with funds made available by the Victorian and Commonwealth Governments. For more details please visit our funding page or view our statement of fees here.

Skills First Government-subsidised place

You could be granted a Skills First government-subsidised place when you apply for this course.  If you are eligible for a government subsidised place, this funding will cover the tuition fees for your course. Material fees will need to be paid by the student directly to MCFE Check your eligibility now.


Material Fees

Material fees are a one-time payment for essential learning material. Material fees are a one-time payment for essential learning materials, these are inclusive of GST. For more details, view our statement of fees here.

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After finishing this course you may go on to complete other courses and qualifications in your industry.

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To be successful in this course the following must be met:


Application Enrolment Form
Digital LiteracyAccess to a computer or smart device and the internet to
complete online enrolment & pre-reading
Language Literacy and NumeracyAQF Level 1

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Delivery Option 1Face-to-Face
4 hour class inlcudes theory and practical
Up to 3 months to complete

Delivery Option 2Blended
Online self-paced theory +
2 hours Practical Skills
Up to 3 months to complete

Delivery Option 3Fully Online
Online self-paced theory +
Film & upload demonstrations, you must have access to a suitable workplace
Up to 3 months to complete
Delivery Option 4Theory multiple choice and short answer
Oral questions
Observations/Demonstrations of skills
Delivery Option 5Reccomended 20 hours of self-paced learning online

Unit CodeUnit Title
BSBWHS332x Apply infection prevention and control procedures to own work activities

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Fees and funding

This training is delivered with Victorian and Commonwealth Government funding. The course fees/costs depend upon eligibility for a Government subsidy, via the Skills First Funding Program.  Using a funded place can affect your access to future funding. If you are not eligible for funding the course fees will be the “Fee for Service” rate.

Student Handbook

Please read the MCFE student handbook, which includes:

  • Application Pre-training review and enrolment process; including USI information

  • Fees and charges/statement of fees; including refunds, concession, eligibility for Skills First Funding, and how this can affect future enrolments in funded courses

  • Privacy statements

  • Student support

  • Recognition of Prior Learning and Credit Transfer options

  • Online service standards

  • Assessment methods and instructions

  • Job and employment

  • Code of conduct

  • Complaints and appeals

  • Completions & certificates

  • Deferrals and withdrawals

  • Third parties that may be relevant to my enrolment

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