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Educational Training

Educational Series for School Health Professionals

Are you a school health professional that is curious about infection control?  Nebraska ICAP’s Project Firstline team will be hosting a 5 week, online series about the basics of infection control for school health professionals.

These sessions will include infection control content developed by the CDC to enhance the basic knowledge of infection control for these professionals. Nebraska ICAP subject matter experts will be online to answer your questions during each session.

Each topic will be offered twice a week to adjust to your schedule.  Feel free to register for both Wednesday and Thursday sessions if needed.

**If you register for both Wednesday and Thursday sessions, you will need to complete 2 identical registration forms.

**Once you have registered, you will be able to add these meetings to your calendar

Wednesday Registration

Thursday Registration

**You are welcome to join each topic twice during the week, but attendance credit will be awarded only once per topic.

**This nursing continuing professional development activity, containing “How Germs Make You Sick” and “How Viruses/ Respiratory Droplets Spread” is approved by the Midwest Multistate Division, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.

**This activity has been submitted to the Midwest Multistate Division for approval to award contact hours. The Midwest Multistate Division is accredited as an approver of nursing continuing professional development by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.  For more information regarding contact hours, please email Candice Kennedy, MSN, RNC at

**Currently only “Hand Hygiene,” “Cleaning and Disinfection,” and “COVID-19 Variants and Asymptomatic Spread” have been submitted to the Midwest Multistate Division for approval to award contact hours.

Other Project Firstline Educational Opportunities

Way Cool Wednesday: Infection Control Fast Facts

Nebraska ICAP is excited for their Way Cool Wednesday infection control fast fact initiative.  Stay connected with us on Facebook at for a new fast fact every Wednesday.  We also post infection control updates, new and emerging information and other fun topics for all healthcare setting types.

Nebraska ICAP and Project Firstline at Career Fairs and Conferences

Nebraska ICAP and Project Firstline will be attending career fairs and conferences in Nebraska to share and promote our knowledge, expertise and resources for frontline healthcare workers. Look for us at the next career fair or conference you’re at!

If you are hosting a career fair or conference and you would like to have Nebraska ICAP/ Project Firstline there, please reach out to Sarah Stream at

Individualized Project Firstline Training for YOUR Facility

Individualized Project Firstline Training for YOUR Facility

Nebraska ICAP is happy to announce that they are available to work with your facility to provide Project Firstline training sessions to your employees.  We have flexible options to help meet your needs and can work both virtually or in person.

To request a training for your facility, please fill out this short registration survey.  This will give us an idea of your needs and allow us to prepare for the trainings you have requested.

Follow this link to the survey: Project Firstline Training Registration     Or scan the QR Code to be taken to the registration survey.

Project Firstline is a national collaborative led by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to provide infection control training and education to frontline healthcare workers and public health personnel. Nebraska ICAP is proud to partner with Project Firstline, as supported through Nebraska DHHS. CDC is an agency within the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). The contents of these podcasts do not necessarily represent the policies of CDC or HHS and should not be considered an endorsement by the Federal Government.

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