Quote For Services

Quote for Services is valid through December 2020. 
Hosting Department/Agency will not be responsible for additional travel expenses.

Infection Control/Emerging Concepts, Inc. also offers contract pricing for courses. If interested, please ask for a separate Quote. We would happy to assist.

Proposed Course(s):


Fee: Per Person

Two Day | Basic Designated Infection Control Officer Training Course


$ 425.00 
* Catered lunch included

One Day | Advanced Designated Infection Control Officer Training Course


$ 285.00
* Catered lunch included

One Day | Train the Trainer: OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens Airborne and Droplet Transmitted Diseases


$ 310.00
* Catered lunch included

Eight Hour: Administrators Course


$ 200.00
* Catered lunch included

Course Size:



Maximum Number of Registrants: 50

Minimum Number of Registrants: 15


Responsibilities of Infection Control/Emerging Concepts, Inc.

  • Presentation of the above nationally accredited Commission on Accreditation for Pre-Hospital Continuing Education (CAPCE), formerly CECBEMS
  • Provide Host: Hosting Department with event registration site on https://ic-ec.com/training
  • Provide Host: Hosting Department with periodic registration updates
  • Provide Host: Hosting Department with Customized Course Brochure
  • Provide each registrant with Course Book and Reference Flash Drive
    • Flash Drives for Train-the-Trainer OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens & TB Course include New Staff Training for Bloodborne Pathogens, Airborne & Droplet Transmitted Diseases Presentation
  • Provide each registrant with completion Certificate
  • Provide Host: Hosting Department with ONE (1) Free registrant for every sixteen (16) paid course registrants
  • Instructors will manage their own travel reservations

Responsibilities of Host: Hosting Department

  • Provide Hosting Department Liaison and Alternate Liaison
    • Available during regular business hours prior to course
    • Available 24/7 during course presentations
  • Provide Training Space equipped with:
    • Projector and Screen
    • Computer (Optional)
    • AV assistance if necessary
    • Enough Tables to Accommodate the students
      • IC/EC recommends having no more than 3 officers per table to allow for active note taking.
    • Course Materials are available in classroom 30 minutes prior to start time
    • Coffee and Breakfast treats for the start of the course
  • Provide list of local lodging accommodations within reasonable drive time of training location used for instructors only
  • Post Directional Flyers to assist finding classroom location

Course Scheduling

Infection Control/Emerging Concepts, Inc. reserves training dates on a first come first serve basis and is currently booking courses for January to December of the calendar year 2020.  The Basic Designated Infection Control Officer Training Course is offered on Monday/Tuesday or Saturday/Sunday exceptions may be made at the discretion of the instructors.

Course Confirmation

Confirmation Email will be sent to course liaison 30 days prior to course.

Termination Clause

Hosting Department may terminate the contract at any time for any reason.  However, if the contract is terminated within 30 days of the course date, Hosting Department will be responsible for reimbursing Infection Control/Emerging Concepts for any fees assessed for cancellation of flights, hotels, and/or car rentals booked in connection to the course.

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One-day course designed to educate your training department to teach the OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens, and Airborne & Droplet Disease Curriculum. Selected Department Member(s) will be specifically trained to teach the material for New Employees and to conduct annual update training. The Train the Trainer…

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