Free Zika Prevention Course Offered Online

By OpenSesame, Special for  USDR

OpenSesame, a leader in elearning for the enterprise, is partnering with publisher Ed4Online to distribute their Zika Virus Prevention Course worldwide, for  free.

The World Health Organization (WHO) and The Center for Disease Control (CDC) have identified the Zika virus outbreak as a worldwide concern. Businesses and organizations in affected areas, travelers, and high risk individuals are urged to take precautions to help slow the spread of the virus. In the interest of public safety, and in order to assist organizations and their workforce in the education and prevention of Zika, OpenSesame is distributing Ed4Online’s course online FREE of  charge.

“Our customers are understandably concerned about the health and well being of their employees. Disseminating information quickly and broadly will help prevent the spread of Zika and benefits everyone. We are happy that we can help by providing this free public safety information to everyone who wants it.” – states Don Spear, CEO of  OpenSesame.

Ed4Online’s Zika Virus course, distributed by OpenSesame, discusses the discovery, transmission, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, risks, and prevention of Zika virus. The goal of the course is to help educate the general population to reduce the infection rate and minimize Zika’s impact as a public health  emergency.

Healthcare workers, professional service providers, organizations with staff in or traveling to affected areas should enroll in this short 30 minute online class and take precautions to slow the spread of the  virus.

The online course is recommended for use on desktops and laptops and is instantly accessible  athttps://www.opensesame.com/c/zika-virus-training-course. Organizations can invite entire groups of employees or load the course directly into their Learning Management System (LMS) for their internal distribution. In addition, individuals can take the course directly from the OpenSesame  site.

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