ASHE Live Online Training: ASHE ICRA 2.0™: Train-the-Trainer

Date: Nov 05, 2024 - Nov 05, 2024

Health care facilities are meant to provide care and life-saving support to patients, yet the intersection of construction, renovation and maintenance (CRM) activities and health care can raise the risks of secondary infections at a rate of 5,000 deaths per year. It is critical that all parties involved in these activities not only know the risks but take the comprehensive action to control infection spread.

By becoming a trainer for your facility, you will be able to:
  • Expertly assess infection control risk in maintenance, renovation, and construction projects.
  • Train members of your team to engage ASHE ICRA 2.0TM through a mix of online modules and in-person training.
  • Promote a culture of health and safety through ongoing training to protect occupants from secondary infections during their treatment and care.
Intended Audience:
Anyone who regularly completes ICRAs with a team, including:
  • Health care admins
  • Facilities directors/managers
  • Infection prevention professionals
  • Contractor managers
Provided with this program:
Upon completion of this train-the-trainer program and receipt of the required agreements*, participants will receive full access to ASHE's ICRA 2.0TM training materials for three years via the ASHE Learning Center.
The full ASHE ICRA 2.0TM toolbox to help you train your team includes:
  • ASHE ICRA 2.0TM training slides
  • ASHE ICRA 2.0TM Process Train-the-Trainer guide
  • ASHE ICRA 2.0TM Process Guide to print for site participants
  • Activity sheets, training plans and other support resources
  • ASHE ICRA 2.0TM: Improving Patient Protections e-Learning for trainer only (3 CECs, if completed)
  • TBD 
  • Member: $765
  • Non-Member: $890 
This program confers 7 CECs 
*IMPORTANT NOTE: Participants of this course will be required to complete and sign a Trainer Agreement and Training Ethics Agreement in order to access the training materials toolbox.
Trainer Agreement and Ethics Statement
In an effort to minimize risk, AHA and ASHE require all ASHE ICRA 2.0TM trainers to sign an agreement and ethics statement that will protect the integrity and viability of the ASHE ICRA 2.0TM training program. Following are the primary terms of the agreement: Trainers cannot contract with organizations outside their health care facility to train others. Trainers cannot sell their training services. Trainers are required to report on ICRA trainings they conduct at their facility.