COVID-19 Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Training
Welcome to our web-based COVID-19 Personal Protective Equipment Training. In this session, you’ll explore various types of PPE and the context in which they’re used, before being tested on your PPE knowledge. This training is designed as a supplement to the official Public Health England guidance, not as a replacement of it. Please read the full guidance on the website given below.
This training is designed for use on a desktop PC or laptop and is not suitable for smartphone or tablet currently. It is compatible with the following web browsers: Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Apple Safari and Mozilla Firefox. It is not compatible with Internet Explorer.
We have created two versions of the software – in the first you’ll be able to explore various types of PPE and the context in which they’re used.
The second version includes additional scenario–based content designed to test a user’s knowledge in a ‘virtual’ hospital. We recognise that different hospitals operate different procedures and therefore not all scenario learning may be applicable to users.
This training is free to use and has been created to assist with the medical response to the virus. It has been completed with the support of the University of Exeter via the Open Innovation Platform – Collaboration Fund, and with support from Unity Technologies.
Please contact us at email@example.com with any feedback you may have or to find out more.
This training has been created with the help of the following:
The University of Exeter, Unity Technologies, The Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital, Dr John McGrath, Dr Alistair Hellewell, Andrew Chapman (3D Design), Dr James Stafford, Dr David Harris, Joe White (Development), Giuseppe Alfier (Development), Charlie Rigby (Environment Design), Lucy de Burgh (Illustration & Graphic Design), Matthew Stevens (Development), Andrew Jarrett (Sound Design & Music), Sam Ibbitson (Meteor Pixel), Gabrielle Meadows (Voice Acting), Jo Murricane (Copy), Mike Duxbury (Development), Ross Lockett-Kirk (Development).