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HIV and Bloodborne Pathogens


Tallahassee Community College is proud to offer our new online HIV/AIDS and Bloodborne Pathogens course. This course is designed to teach you about a variety of blood borne pathogens, modes of infection, safety procedures to be observed when dealing with possible blood borne pathogens, how to counsel  people infected with blood borne pathogens and more.

Price: $15

Registration: Open Enrollment (90 days to complete)

Course Code: HIV0100

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This HIV and Bloodborne Pathogens overview on-line course meets the standards found in Florida Statue - Chapter 381.0035 for a variety of direct care including those individuals employed or subcontracted through the State of Florida - for Persons' with Disabilities (APD) and other human service employees. This course can also provide a foundation of knowledge related to HIV and Bloodborne Pathogens to other occupations such as police officers, correctional officers, mental health workers, non-medical care takers, and others. This course is not intended to substitute for a medical HIV and Bloodborne Pathogen course for healthcare workers.

Contact Information

For more information contact the APD Training office by phone (850) 201-9632, toll free (866) 605-7274 or e-mail apd@tcc.fl.edu.

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