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ASHE Certified Health Care Constructor (CHC) Exam Review Program

ABC Keystone 135 Shellyland Road, Manheim, PA, United States

Comprehensive Preparation for the CHC Exam | Interactive, high-quality, in-person exam review and test prep providing you dynamic exchanges with instructors and attendees | Learn tips and techniques to decipher the best answer when conditions aren’t perfect | Enhance your understanding by engaging instructors on site to ask your questions and to learn from the questions of others.

Designed to give you the tools for passing the Certified Health Care Constructor (CHC) Exam, this course provides test taking tips, key topics, and sample questions identified in the CHC content outline (as listed in the CHC Candidate Handbook). This course will also use interactive polling technology, allowing each participant to answer questions and compare their answer with averages among those in class.
Please note: The workshop fee does not include the CHC exam fee, nor does it register you for the exam. Participation in this program does not guarantee a passing score on the exam. This educational opportunity is highly recommended for those interested in Premier CHC Status.

$475.00 – $725.00

ASHE – Managing Infection Prevention in Health Care Facilities

ABC Keystone 135 Shellyland Road, Manheim, PA, United States

February 16 & 17, 2022 | Interactive, high-quality, in-person instruction providing you dynamic exchanges with instructors and attendees | Share best practices, engage in situational discussions to gain clarification and real-world examples | Learn directly from leading mold experts in the country and participate in question and answer sessions to enhance your understanding

Proactively prevent infection in health care facilities during maintenance, renovation, and construction. Designed for individuals directly involved in the construction, renovation, and operation of health care facilities, this program identifies the infection prevention issues that every contractor, facility manager, architect, and engineer must address on the job. While working in a health care environment, you need to understand your unique role and be prepared to implement processes to protect patients, staff, and visitors from hospital-acquired infections. Through lectures, case study reviews, problem-solving exercises, and group discussions, you will become a more valuable member of the health care construction team. AHA CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS: 2 days = 12.5 CECs

$995.00 – $1,500.00

Infection Control Risk Management (ICRA) 16-Hour Certificate Course

ABC Keystone 135 Shellyland Road, Manheim, PA, United States

Day 1 of this course explains the importance of construction-specific infection controls and Best Management Practices for use in health care settings. Day 2 covers the techniques for constructing hard-wall barriers for the highest risk projects. This extensive hands-on exercise allows participants to construct a containment using drywall and metal framing, just as required in most health care facilities.

The student must pass a 50-question multiple choice quiz with a 70% or better score.
Upon successful completion, each student will receive a signed certificate of attendance, photo ID wallet card, and hard hat sticker.

$325.00 – $950.00

Infection Control Risk Management (ICRA) 16-Hour Certificate Course

ABC Keystone 135 Shellyland Road, Manheim, PA, United States

Day 1 of this course explains the importance of construction-specific infection controls and Best Management Practices for use in health care settings. Day 2 covers the techniques for constructing hard-wall barriers for the highest risk projects. This extensive hands-on exercise allows participants to construct a containment using drywall and metal framing, just as required in most health care facilities.

The student must pass a 50-question multiple choice quiz with a 70% or better score.
Upon successful completion, each student will receive a signed certificate of attendance, photo ID wallet card, and hard hat sticker.

$325.00 – $950.00

Infection Control Risk Management (ICRA) 16-Hour Certificate Course

ABC Keystone 135 Shellyland Road, Manheim, PA, United States

Day 1 of this course explains the importance of construction-specific infection controls and Best Management Practices for use in health care settings. Day 2 covers the techniques for constructing hard-wall barriers for the highest risk projects. This extensive hands-on exercise allows participants to construct a containment using drywall and metal framing, just as required in most health care facilities.

The student must pass a 50-question multiple choice quiz with a 70% or better score.
Upon successful completion, each student will receive a signed certificate of attendance, photo ID wallet card, and hard hat sticker.

$325.00 – $950.00

Infection Control Risk Management (ICRA) 16-Hour Certificate Course – SOLD OUT!

ABC Keystone 135 Shellyland Road, Manheim, PA, United States

SOLD OUT! | Day 1 of this course explains the importance of construction-specific infection controls and Best Management Practices for use in health care settings. Day 2 covers the techniques for constructing hard-wall barriers for the highest risk projects. This extensive hands-on exercise allows participants to construct a containment using drywall and metal framing, just as required in most health care facilities.

The student must pass a 50-question multiple choice quiz with a 70% or better score.
Upon successful completion, each student will receive a signed certificate of attendance, photo ID wallet card, and hard hat sticker.

$325.00 – $950.00

Infection Control Risk Management (ICRA) 16-Hour Certificate Course

ABC Keystone 135 Shellyland Road, Manheim, PA, United States

Day 1 of this course explains the importance of construction-specific infection controls and best management practices in healthcare settings.
Day 2 covers the techniques for constructing hard-wall barriers for the highest-risk projects. This extensive hands-on exercise allows participants to build a containment using drywall and metal framing, as most healthcare facilities require.

The student must pass a 50-question multiple choice quiz with a 70% or better score.
Upon successful completion, each student will receive a signed certificate of attendance, photo ID wallet card, and hard hat sticker.

$725.00 – $975.00

ASHE Health Care Construction Workshop

ABC Keystone 135 Shellyland Road, Manheim, PA, United States

January 23 & 24, 2024 | Valid for 17.5 CECs (equivalent to 17.5 contact hours) - 12.5 CECs for the 2-day HCC Workshop; 5 CECs for the HCC e-Learning perquisite

Latest Rulings, Compliance Issues in Health Care Construction | Interactive, high-quality, in-person instruction providing you dynamic exchanges with instructors and attendees | Share best practices, engage in situational discussions to gain clarification and real-world examples | Learn directly from ASHE instructors and participate in question and answer sessions to enhance your understanding

Validate your knowledge of working in a health care environment! Completely updated to include the latest ruling from CMS, the Health Care Construction Workshop combines an e-learning course and a two-day seminar. The program offers education with a comprehensive risk management approach to critical topics in health care construction, including: the health care planning, design, and construction process; Life Safety Code® compliance; construction risk assessment (including general risks and a special focus on infection risks); mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems (MEP); medical gas systems; medical technology; and project expectations. You will gain an understanding of the latest compliance issues in health care construction, and learn what owners, staff, and patients expect of constructors working in the health care environment. This training is required by most health care systems to work on site!

$1,050.00 – $1,600.00

Infection Control Risk Management (ICRA) 16-Hour Certificate Course

ABC Keystone 135 Shellyland Road, Manheim, PA, United States

Day 1 of this course explains the importance of construction-specific infection controls and Best Management Practices for use in health care settings. Day 2 covers the techniques for constructing hard-wall barriers for the highest risk projects. This extensive hands-on exercise allows participants to construct a containment using drywall and metal framing, just as required in most health care facilities.

The student must pass a 50-question multiple choice quiz with a 70% or better score.
Upon successful completion, each student will receive a signed certificate of attendance, photo ID wallet card, and hard hat sticker.

$725.00 – $975.00