Project Firstline

Project Firstline

Illustrated image that says, "Infection Control Protects: you, your coworkers, your patients, your community," with Project Firstline and CDC logos.

The Vermont Department of Health has partnered with the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Project Firstline to make free infection prevention and control training and education available to health care workers in Vermont.

Developed for health care workers by health care workers, these trainings provide action-oriented, engaging, and practical infection prevention and control education to help you become a change agent for your organization. 

Available on-demand trainings

Trainings are specifically designed for environmental service workers, EMS providers, nurses, and advanced providers. Start learning today by signing up here.

  • Infection Prevention 101 (Continuing Education Credit is available for EMS providers)
  • Environmental Controls: What they are, why they matter, and what you can do (Continuing Education Credit is available for EMS providers, nurses, and physicians)
  • Hand Hygiene: What it is, why it is important and how to improve compliance (Continuing Education Credit is available for EMS providers, nurses, and physicians)

Live Learning Session

After watching the on-demand Hand Hygiene training above, participate in a live learning session to be eligible to receive continuing education credit. Sign up for the live online session:

Future Trainings and Opportunities

Sign up to receive information on future trainings and opportunities here.

Have questions or feedback? Contact [email protected].