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Nursing Training programme for the next academic year


Western Cape Nursing Training Programme

CLOSING DATE: 30 August 2019

Prospective Candidates need to comply with the following Minimum Admission

Requirements

Matriculants from 2008 (Compulsory Subjects) and minimum rating scale

NSC
Rating
NSC %Points Value For
Calculation of APS
% for APS
Calculation
8 90% – 100%
780% – 89%780% – 89%
670% – 79%670% –  / 79%
560% – 69%560% – 69%
4 50% – 59%4 50% – 59%
340% – 49%340% – 49%
2 30% – 39%2 30% – 39%
10% – 29%10% – 29%
  • First Additional language :English code 4
  • Home Language code 4
  • Mathematics code 3
  • Mathematical Literacy code 4
  • Life Science code 4

Minimum total score of 28 (See Advert)
Minimum matriculation endorsement / Diploma

Matriculants (Prior 2008)

SymbolHGSG
A85
B74
C63
D52
E41
F10

The successful candidate would have:

  • Biology HG / E or SG / D
  • English HG / E or SG / D
  • Mathematics HG / E or SG / D or
  • Minimum matriculation endorsement / Diploma

Documents to submit with your application (Requirement):

  • A certified copy (less than three (3) months old) of page one of your
  • Identity Document / Card
  • A certified copy (less than three (3) months old) of your National Senior Certificate or equivalent qualification.
  • If you attended any higher education institution, an original Academic Record and a Certificate of Conduct must accompany application form.
  • Submit certified copies (less than three (3) months old) of certificates / diplomas / degrees obtained previously.
  • In case your name or spelling of name / surname on the National Senior Certificate or equivalent qualification differs from the name on the national identity document and on the application form, evidence needs to be included to verify the difference. The same applies when the ID number differs.
  • Proof of residence or affidavit
  • Original proof of evidence of paid R150.00, application fee

Documents (Optional)


  • 2 page Curriculum Vitae with the following information:
  • Full Names and contact details, Identity Number, Residential Address and Postal Address,

TAKE NOTE OF THE FOLLOWING:

  • All certificates and addresses will be verified for authenticity.
  • Due to the large number of applications expected; only selected prospective candidates will be invited for an interview, and only the successful applications will be notified
  • No registered mail will be accepted
  • All candidates who apply must be in possession of a Senior Certificate by 30 August 2019 endorsed by the South African Department of Education (2020 Academic Year)
  • WCCN reserves the right to verify and take legal action if documents are not authentic. Application will not be accepted
  • No Grade 12 candidates (2019) will be consider for selection due to the phasing out of legacy qualifications (Statutory requirement)
  • No International / foreign and RPL applications will be considered. (2020 Academic Year)

District name /  Local municipality, employment history, Details of previous nursing experience
if any

YOUR FUTURE SELF

Post Basic courses in the following speciality areas:

  • Research
  • Specialised clinical fields e.g. ICU, oncology, Clinical Nurse Practitioner, Orthopaedics,Trauma, Occupational Health, Neonatology, Paediatrics, Theatre Technique, Advance Midwifery
  • Health Services Management
  • Nursing Education

FUTURE INDUSTRIES

Public  /  Private health care facilities:

  • Hospitals—General and Specialised
  • Community Health Care Centres
  • Clinics
  • Private Health Care Facilities
  • Non—Government Organisations
  • Step-down Health Care Facilities
  • Geriatric Care Centres
  • Private Practice

HOW TO APPLY

Click to download Application Form 

Please submit all applications to the following Postal Addresses:

CAMPUSADDRESS
Athlone – Metro West CampusWestern Cape College of Nursing, Private Bag X 2,

Surwell, 7762
Worcester – Boland Overberg
Campus
Department of Health, Private Bag X 3113, Worcester,
6849
George – South Cape Karoo Campus 1 Herrie Street, Dormehlsdrift, George 6530

FOR ATTENTION: HEAD OF CAMPUS

No guarantee can be given that funding will be granted to students. All prospective students must make provision to pay for Application / Registration / Study / Residential fees!

This Department of Health is an equal opportunity affirmative employer whose aim is to promote representivity at all levels of all occupational categories in the Department


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Basic Nursing Diploma Training Lilitha College

Applications for: Post Basic Nursing Diploma including and a four year diploma in Nursing.

Lilitha College: Nursing Programme 2020

Closing Date: 5th July 2019

The Lilitha College of Nursing invites applications for: Post Basic Diplomas in Nurse Science (R48): Clinical Health Assessment. Treatment and Care (PHCI (R212) Advanced Midwifery and Neonatal Care, Child Nursing Science, Operating Thea Critical Care, Orthopedie Nursing Science and Ophthalmic Nursing Science Basic Diploma: (R425) Four Year Diploma in Nursing Science and Midwifery cute leading to Registration as a Nurse (General, Community. Psychiatry and Midwifery from young, compassionate and caring individuals who are passionate about nursing and wish to start their career in Nursing Profession in the Eastern Cape Province or upgrade their current nursing status (having been granted Study Leave by the current Employer).

REQUIREMENTS:

  • A well written application letter accompanied by the following documents
  • Certified copy of a valid Grade 12 certificate with aggregate D or E/S (from 750 and above) – old certificate and meet minimum requirements for admission to a Bachelor’s Degree or Diploma for the new certificate
  • The certificate must have the following subjects as they are compulsory: English Level 3 and above/E symbol – old certificate and Biology (Life Science Level 4 and above/E symbol-old certificates, other science subjects Physical Science Mathematics/Maths Literacy, Geography, Life Orientation will be an added advantage as the Admission Point System (with minimum points of 18) will be utilized to select these candidates
  • Certified copy of study leave or letter from supervisor indicating that study leave being processed for government employees
  • Certified copy of identity document
  • Certified copy of a marriage certificate for married candidates
  • Curriculum vitae with reliable contact numbers and clear physical address indicate the town farm/village of origin AS A CATCHMENT AREA

An original bank copy of a R50.00 deposit sipas proof of having deposited the R50.00 non-refundable application fee to:
Account Name Lilitha College of Nursing Bank
First National Bank Branch: Bhisho 
Account Number: 62407182229
Branch Code 210619 
Reference : APP -Name and Surname
NB:
• Students currently doing Grade 12 will not be able to apply as registration with SANC as a student will be finalized first week of December 2019 and a certificates a requirement for registration,
• Post Basic Diploma applicants must attach a copy of current SANC license to practice and must have been exposed in the specialist field/discipline applying for:
• Age limit for the Four Year Diploma R425 for those who are currently not practicing as nurses is 35 years on registration with Lilitha College of Nursing, and for serving officers is 45 years

How To Apply

Your application must be sent to a main campus nearest to your place of residence
MTHATHA CAMPUS
Umthatha Main Campus – Mthatha General Hospital
Private Bag X 5014 
Umthatha, 5099
EAST LONDON CAMPUS
Frere Site
40 Lennox Road, Amalinda 
Private Bag X 9023
East London, 5200
QUEENSTOWN CAMPUS
Queenstown Campus Lilitha-Frontier Hospital
Queenstown Health Resource Centre 
Private Bag X7063
Queenstown, 5320
PORT ELIZABETH CAMPUS (OLD SHIRLEY Central CRIBB NURSING COLLEGE BUILDING)
56 Park Drive 
Port Elizabeth, 6000
LUSIKISIKI CAMPUS
St Elizabeth Hospital 
Private Bag X 1007 
Lusikisiki, 4802
The courses will commence on:
• Diploma in Nursing Science (general, Community, Psychiatry) and Midwifery (R425), 01 February 2020,
• Post Basic Diplomas: R212:01 March 2020
• Post Basic Diplomas: R48:01 January 2020 Faxed applications will not be processed.
Enquiries: Ms S. Fanti 0043 700 9726

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Nursing Training Programme Lilitha College

The Lilitha College of Nursing invites applications for: Post Basic Diplomas in Nurse Science (R48): Clinical Health Assessment.

Applications for: Post Basic Nursing Diploma (R212) including (R48) and a four year diploma in Nursing (R425)

Closing Date: 5th July 2019

The Lilitha College of Nursing invites applications for: Post Basic Diplomas in Nurse Science (R48): Clinical Health Assessment. Treatment and Care (PHCI (R212) Advanced Midwifery and Neonatal Care, Child Nursing Science, Operating Thea Critical Care, Orthopedie Nursing Science and Ophthalmic Nursing Science Basic Diploma: (R425) Four Year Diploma in Nursing Science and Midwifery cute leading to Registration as a Nurse (General, Community. Psychiatry and Midwifery from young, compassionate and caring individuals who are passionate about nursing and wish to start their career in Nursing Profession in the Eastern Cape Province or upgrade their current nursing status (having been granted Study Leave by the current Employer).

REQUIREMENTS:

  • A well written application letter accompanied by the following documents
  • Certified copy of a valid Grade 12 certificate with aggregate D or E/S (from 750 and above) – old certificate and meet minimum requirements for admission to a Bachelor’s Degree or Diploma for the new certificate
  • The certificate must have the following subjects as they are compulsory: English Level 3 and above/E symbol – old certificate and Biology (Life Science Level 4 and above/E symbol-old certificates, other science subjects Physical Science Mathematics/Maths Literacy, Geography, Life Orientation will be an added advantage as the Admission Point System (with minimum points of 18) will be utilized to select these candidates
  • Certified copy of study leave or letter from supervisor indicating that study leave being processed for government employees
  • Certified copy of identity document
  • Certified copy of a marriage certificate for married candidates
  • Curriculum vitae with reliable contact numbers and clear physical address indicatie the town farm/village of origin AS A CATCHMENT AREA
  • • An original bank copy of a R50.00 deposit sipas proof of having deposited the R50.00 non-refundable application fee to:

Account Name Lilitha College of Nursing Bank

First National Bank Branch: Bhisho
Account Number: 62407182229
Branch Code 210619
Reference : APP -Name and Surname

NB:

  • Students currently doing Grade 12 will not be able to apply as registration with SANC as a student will be finalized first week of December 2019 and a certificates a requirement for registration,
  • Post Basic Diploma applicants must attach a copy of current SANC license to practice and must have been exposed in the specialist field/discipline applying for:
  • Age limit for the Four Year Diploma R425 for those who are currently not practicing as nurses is 35 years on registration with Lilitha College of Nursing, and for serving officers is 45 years

How To Apply

Your application must be sent to a main campus nearest to your place of residence

MTHATHA CAMPUS

Umthatha Main Campus – Mthatha General Hospital
Private Bag X 5014
Umthatha, 5099

EAST LONDON CAMPUS

Frere Site
40 Lennox Road, Amalinda
Private Bag X 9023
East London, 5200

QUEENSTOWN CAMPUS

Queenstown Campus Lilitha-Frontier Hospital
Queenstown Health Resource Centre
Private Bag X7063
Queenstown, 5320

PORT ELIZABETH CAMPUS (OLD SHIRLEY Central CRIBB NURSING COLLEGE BUILDING)

56 Park Drive
Port Elizabeth, 6000

LUSIKISIKI CAMPUS

St Elizabeth Hospital
Private Bag X 1007
Lusikisiki, 4802

The courses will commence on:

  • Diploma in Nursing Science (general, Community, Psychiatry) and Midwifery (R425), 01 February 2020,
  • Post Basic Diplomas: R212:01 March 2020
  • Post Basic Diplomas: R48:01 January 2020 Faxed applications will not be processed.

Enquiries: Ms S. Fanti 0043 700 9726

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DENOSA Nursing Bursaries for 2019 Closing Date 31 January 2019

DENOSA Nursing Bursaries for 2019 Closing Date 31 January 2019

BURSARIES AVAILABLE FOR THE FOLLOWING COURSES
 Short courses & Bridging courses
 Community nursing science
 Any post-graduate study at a South African University/Technikon
 Bursaries for geriatric nursing, community health nursing and psychiatric nursing
 Any clinical Master’s degree programme

Closing date 31 January 2019

REQUIREMENTS ELIGIBILITY FOR A BURSARY
 Applicants must be fully paid-up:
o Members of DENOSA for a minimum of TWO years immediately
preceding the application for a bursary for 2019.
o Members of DENOSA for the year in which application is made
and must remain a paid-up member of DENOSA.
CANDIDATES
 Must be registered nurses and/or midwives & students.
 Those who are on study leave with full pay while undertaking a course
are required to mention this when applying for a bursary.
 Should have undertaken a certain amount of approved post-basic work.
 Must have completed an application form.
 Must have been accepted for a University/College/Technikon course
for 2019 academic year.
 Proof of registration with the educational institution must be attached
to the application form. (Should such proof not be available by the
closing date, arrangements may be made with the Secretary of the
DENOSA Study Fund Committee to provide it at a later stage).
 Application forms MUST be signed in the presence of a Commissioner
of Oaths and attested by him/her.
POST-BASIC
UNDERGRADUATE
COURSES
 Applications for courses taken at a South African
University/Technikon will only be considered if the candidate:
o Has successfully passed at least half of the course; and
o On submission of such proof from the University/Technikon (e.g. a
copy of examination results).
POST-BASIC
DIPLOMA
COURSES
 Where the diploma course exceeds one year’s duration, at least half of
the course must have been completed successfully before application
for a bursary will be considered. This stipulation does not apply to
candidates undertaking a one year course.
SHORT COURSES
 Candidates following short courses may apply for a bursary if the
course is listed with the South African Nursing Council (SANC). If the
course is not listed with the SANC, the applicant must support the
application with a motivation as to how this course will improve
her/his practise as a nurse.
BRIDGING
COURSE
 Applicants must have completed the first year of study successfully
before an application will be considered.
PROGRESS REPORTS
FREQUENCY
 Progress Reports MUST be submitted annually by all bursary holders
until completion of the course/degree for which a bursary was
awarded. Closing date for progress reports to be submitted is 14
February each year.
DUE DATE FOR
PROGRESS
REPORTS
 Should no progress report be received by the due date of a particular
year, the bursary holder may be requested, without referring back to
the DENOSA Study Fund Committee, to refund the total amount of the
bursary awarded to a candidate.
COURSE CHANGES
 Should a candidate wish to change his/her course of study and/or training institution, the prior
approval of the DENOSA Study Fund Committee MUST be obtained in order to utilise the
awarded bursary for the new course or training institution
BURSARIES TO BE AWARDED ACCORDING TO MERIT IN 2019
Bursaries for 2019 will be awarded according to merit and need. One page
of your motivation needs to be attached to the application form on how
you are going to assist DENOSA on completion of your studies.
 All correspondence regarding bursaries must be addressed to the DENOSA Study Fund
committee.
 Application forms will, under no circumstances be faxed to applicants for completion.
 Application forms can be downloaded from DENOSA website: www.denosa.org.za
 Applicants will be advised of the outcome of their applications in April 2019 at the earliest.

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Nursing Traineeships Kzn Department of Health

Nursing Traineeships Kzn Department of Health

CLOSING DATE: 24 AUGUST 2018

DURATION: 4 YEARS

Reference No: KZNCN 2 / 2018)

APPLICATIONS ARE INVITED FOR NURSE TRAINING FOR THE YEAR 2019

DIPLOMA IN NURSING (GENERAL, PSYCHIATRIC, COMMUNITY) AND MIDWIFERY

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS – PRE 2008

  • Grade 12 (Std 10) – Minimum 25 points
Symbol HG SG
A  8 5
B 7 4
C 6  3
D  5  2
E  4  1
F 1  0
  • English: Minimum symbol “E” Higher grade or “D” Standard Grade • Biology or any other Natural Science subject “E” Higher Grade or “D” Standard Grade

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS – FROM 2008

  • National Senior Certificate: Degree/Diploma • Minimum: 25 points • English L4
  • Additional Language • Life Orientation L4 • Maths L3 /Maths Literacy L4
  • Life Sciences/ Physical Science L3 • And any other 2 subjects from the designated list

*NB Life orientation (LO) will not be scored

The points will be calculated as follows:

NSC Rating (NSC Percentage)* / Points Value For Calculation of APS (Adjusted Percentage for APS Calculation)

8  90% – 100% *
7  80% – 100%
6 70% – 79%
5 60% – 69%
5 60% – 69%
4  50% – 59%
4 50% – 59%
3  40% – 49%
2  30% – 39%
1  0% – 29%

How to Apply for Nursing Traineeships

Prospective learners can apply online by following the KZN College of Nursing website link http://kzncn.kznhealth.gov.za  OR

Submit applications to the following postal address

The Principal

KZN College of Nursing (Nurse Training)

Private Bag X9089

Pietermaritzburg

3200

QUOTE REFERENCE NUMBER (KZNCN 2/2018) ON ENVELOPE AND APPLICATION LETTER

Documents to submit with your application:

  • Certified copy of matric certificate and identity document
  • Proof of residence or affidavit
  • 2 page Curriculum Vitae with the following information:

Full Names and contact details; Identity Number, Residential address and Postal address, District name/ Local municipality, Employment history, Details of previous nursing experience if any.

TAKE NOTE OF THE FOLLOWING:

  • All certificates and addresses will be verified for authenticity.
  • Due to the large number of applications expected; only successful applicants will be notified.
  • No registered mail will be accepted

This Department is an equal opportunity affirmative employer whose aim is to promote representivity at all levels of all occupational categories in the Department.

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Professional Nurses Wanted Over 100 Positions Gauteng Health Department

Nursing Colleges in South Africa

Professional Nurses Wanted Over 100 Positions Gauteng Health Department

PROFESSIONAL NURSE (GENERAL NURSING) REF NO: PROF 31/06/2018
(001)
SALARY : Grade 1: (PN-A2) R241 908 per annum

Nursing Colleges in South Africa
How to find accredited Nursing Colleges in South Africa

CENTRE : Steve Biko Academic Hospital (X24 Posts)
Kalafong Hospital (X2 Posts)
Tembisa Hospital (X4 Posts)
Odi Hospital (X1 Post)
Pretoria West Hospital (X3 Posts)
South Rand Hospital (X13 Posts)
Bronkospruit Hospital (X5 Posts)
Ekurhuleni Health District (X15 Posts)
JHB Metro Health District (X1 Post)
Tshwane District Health Services (X1 Post)
West Rand Health District (X20 Posts)
Edenvale Hospital (X3 Posts)
Far East Rand Hospital (X13 Posts)
Mamelodi Hospital (X4 Posts)
Sebokeng Hospital (X7 Posts)
Weskoppies Hospital (X1 Post)
Sizwe Tropical Hospital (X1 Post)
Rahima Moosa Mother & Child Hospital (X4 Posts)
Dr George Mukhari Academic Hospital (X5 Posts)
Bheki Mlangeni Hospital (X9 Posts)
Heidelberg Hospital (X5 Posts)
Leratong Hospital (X16 Posts)
Pholosong Hospital (X7 Posts)
Thelle Mogoerane Hospital (X42 Posts)
Cullinan Care and Rehab (X3 Posts)
Tshwane Rehab Hospital (X1 Post)
REQUIREMENTS : Basic R425 (i.e. diploma/ degree in nursing) or equivalent qualification that allows
registration with the South African Nursing Council (SANC) as Professional Nurse.
Registration with the SANC as Professional Nurse and proof of current registration.
No experience required after registration with the SANC as Professional Nurse.
(Less one year from experience for candidates appointed from outside the public
service after complying with registration requirements).
DUTIES : Demonstrate an understanding of nursing legislation and related legal and ethical
nursing practices. Perform a clinical nursing practice in accordance with the scope
of practice and nursing standards. Promote quality of nursing care. Work as part
of the multidisciplinary team to ensure good nursing care. Able to plan and
organize own work to ensure proper nursing. Demonstrate effective
communication with patients, supervisors and other clinicians including report
writing.

 

How to Apply for Professional Nurses

APPLICATIONS : Postal and contact details of relevant Hospitals/ Institutions:
Ann Latsky Nursing College: Applications must be submitted to: Human
Resource Department, Ann Latsky Nursing College, No 1 Plunkett Avenue Hurst
Hill, Johannesburg. OR P/Bag 40, Auckland Park 2006. Enquiries: Ms R.
Ramahlafi Tel No: (011) 644 8915/ Mr J.D. Cloete Tel No: (011) 644 8912
Bertha Gxowa Hospital: Applications should be submitted to: Human Resource
Department, Bertha Gxowa Hospital, Angus Street, Germiston or posted to Private
Bag X1035, Germiston, 1400. Enquiries: Dr JC Ganada Tel No: 010 344 2779; Dr.
E.M. Sithebe (medical/allied) Tel No: 010 344 2779
Bheki Mlangeni Hospital: Applications must be submitted to: HR Department at
Bheki Mlangeni District Hospital or posted to Bheki Mlangeni District Hospital, P.O.
Box 731, Jabulani, 1868. Enquiries: Ms. RS Mabyane Tel No: (011) 241 5620; Ms
G Ntsoane Tel No: (011) 241 5793
Bronkhorstspruit Hospital or/and Tshwane District Health Services:
Applications must be delivered to: The Fields Building, 427 Hilda Street, Corner
Hilda & Burnett, Hatfield or post to P.O. Box 9514 Pretoria, 0001. Enquiries: Mr J.
Mokhopa Tel No: (012) 451 9035 / Mr J Mokhopha Tel No: (012) 451 9197 / Mr M.
Pitsi Tel No: (012) 451 9060
Carletonville Hospital: Application should be submitted at Carletonville Hospital:
Corner Falcon & Annan Road or posted to: The HR Directorate, Carletonville
Hospital, Private Bag x 2023, Carletonville, 2500. Enquiries: Ms M Matandela Tel
No: (018) 788 1708/02 / Ms C Raborifi Tel No: (018) 788 1781/15
Charlotte Maxeke Johannesburg Academic Hospital: Applications should be
submitted at the Charlotte Maxeke Johannesburg Academic Hospital, Admin
Building first floor, Room 8. No 17 Jubilee Road, Park town. Enquiries: Ms G.
Bogoshi Tel No: (011) 488 3710 / Ms K Leketho Tel No: (011) 488 3759
Chris Hani Baragwanath Hospital: Applications should be hand delivered to The
Director: Human Resource, Chris Hani Baragwanath Academic Hospital, between
7am and 4pm at ground floor, Main Admin Building. Or posted to Chris Hani
Baragwanath Academic Hospital: Recruitment and Selection Unit, Private Bag X01
Pimville 1808. Enquiries: Dr GS Maseko Tel No: (011) 933 9142 / Mr C Woodworth
Tel No: (011) 933 8411
Chris Hani Baragwanath Nursing College: Applications should be submitted at
the Human Resource Department, Chris Hani Baragwanath Nursing College
(inside the Chris Hani Baragwanath Academic Hospital premises), Chris Hani
Road, Diepkloof, Soweto or posted to Private Bag X05, Bertsham, 2013. Enquiries:
Ms. P. Ndaba Tel No: (011) 983 3006 / Ms D. Lekalakala Tel No: (011) 983 3060
Cullinan Care & Rehabilitation Centre: Applications must be hand delivered to
the following address: Cullinan Care and Rehabilitation Centre, Zonderwater
Road, Cullinan, or posted to Cullinan Care and Rehabilitation Centre, Private Bag
X 1005, Cullinan, 1000. Enquiries: Mr J.K. Makhoba Tel No: (012) 734 7044 / Ms
J Ngcobo Tel No: (012) 734 7004
DR Yusuf Dadoo Hospital: Applications:Must be delivered to the following
address: HR Department, Dr Yusuf Dadoo Hospital, Cnr Memorial and Hospital
Road, Krugersdorp or posted to Dr Yusuf Dadoo Hospital, Private Bag x 2006,
Krugersdorp, 1740. Enquiries: Dr. O.P. Ugobor Tel No: (011) 951 6161 / Ms. D.
Ngwenya Tel No: (011) 951 6045
DR George Mukhari Hospital: Applications can be delivered to: Dr. George
Mukhari Academic Hospital, 3111 Setlogelo Drive, Ga-Rankuwa, 0208 or posted
to: Dr. George Mukhari Academic Hospital, Private Bag X422, Pretoria 0001.
Enquiries: Dr F Kgongwana Tel No: (012) 529 3880 / Ms T Masilela Tel No: (012)
529 3699
Edenvale Hospital: Edenvale hospital, Resource Department Private Bag X 1005,
Edenvale, 1610 or hand delivered to: Edenvale hospital, Second gate (Next to taxi
41
Rank), Modderfontein Road, Edenvale. Enquiries: Mr J. Rampheri Tel No: (011)
321 6109 / Mr J.K.A. Buthelezi Tel No: (011) 321 6003
Ekurhuleni & Sedibeng District Health Areas: Applications to be sent to
Ekurhuleni Health District, Hand Post and other means of posting, delivery to 40
Catlin Street Germiston 1400 or Private Bag X1005 Germiston 1400. Enquiries:
Mr A Mdunyelwa Tel No: (011) 876 1721 / Mr C Modise Tel No: (011) 876 1721
Far East Rand Hospital: Applications should be submitted at – HR Department,
Far East Rand Hospital, Private Bag X50, Springs 1560 or Hand delivered to: HR
Department, Far East Rand Hospital, Hospital Road, New State Area, Springs.
Enquiries: Dr N Lesia Tel No: (011) 812 8311 / MR R Moshwane Tel No: (011) 812
8313
Forensic Pathology Services: Application must be submitted at Forensic
Pathology Service, 11 Diagonal Street, 13 floor, reception or can be posted to
Forensic Pathology Service, P O Box 7128, Johannesburg, 2000. Enquiries: Mr L.
Mailula (medical/ allied) Tel No: (011) 689 5570; Ms N. Mashiya (medical/ allied)
Tel No: (011) 689 5594
Heidelberg Hospital: Applications should be submitted to HR department at
Heidelberg Hospital, Hospital Street. Heidelberg 1441 or posted to Heidelberg
Hospital, Private bag 612, Heidelberg 1438. Enquiries: Dr ER Masilela Tel No:
(016) 341 1207 / Tel No: (016) 341 1286
Helen Joseph Hospital: Applications should be submitted to Human Resource
Department at the Helen Joseph Hospital, No14 Perth Road Auckland Park.
Enquiries: Dr R Billa Tel No: (011) 489 0014 / Ms T Mkhwanazi Tel No: (011) 489
1070
Johannesburg District Health Area: Applications can be submitted to
Johannesburg District Health offices at Hillbrow CHC CNR Smit and Klein Street
or be posted to Human Resources Johannesburg District Health, Private Bag X21,
Johannesburg 2001. Enquiries: Ms S Rabotapi Tel No: (011) 694 3861 / Mr O
Moerane Tel No: (011) 694 3906
Jubilee Hospital: Application documents must be addressed to Jubilee District
Hospital, Human Resource Department, Private Bag x449 Hammanskraal 0400 or
hand delivered at Jubilee District Hospital. Enquiries: Mr N. Sekhu Tel No: (012)
717 9402; Dr O.B. Modise (medical) Tel No: (012) 717 9338
Kalafong Hospital: Applications must be submitted to: Kalafong Hospital, Human
Resource Department, Private Bag X396, Pretoria, 0001 or Hand Delivery at
Kalafong Security Gate and sign in register book. Enquiries: Dr K.E. LetebeleHartell
Tel No: (012) 318 6503 / Dr K.M. Htwe Tel No: (012) 318 6502
Kopanong Hospital: Application to: HR Office, Kopanong Hospital, 2 Casino
Road, Duncanville, or posted to P/Bag X031, Vereeniging, 1930. Enquiries: Ms A.
Motaung Tel No: (016) 428 7096
Leratong Hospital: Applications should be submitted or hand delivered at
Leratong Hospital Human Resource Department (Block 6) 1 Adcock Street
Chamdor 1740. Enquiries: Dr R.M. Phanzu Tel No: (011) 411 3508 / Ms M
Kubheka Tel No: (011) 411 3614
Mamelodi Hospital: Applications to be sent to Mamelodi Hospital, Attention:
Recruitment Section Hand Post and other means of posting delivery to 19472
Serapeng Street Tsamaya Road or Private Bag x0032 Rethabile 0122. Enquiries:
Dr L.N. Pooe Tel No: (012) 841 8306 / Ms S. Mahlangu Tel No: (012) 841 8363
Medical Supplies Depot: Medical Supplies Depot, Human Resource Department,
Private Bag X2, Auckland Park, 2006. Hand Delivery at Medical Supplies Depot,
35 Plunckett Street, Hursthill at the Registration Department and sign in register
book. Enquiries: Dr S.A. Matjila Tel No: (012) 521 3079 / Ms E.M. Shibambo Tel
No: (012) 521 4881/5869
Medunsa Oral & Dental Hospital: Applications must be submitted at Medunsa
Oral & Dental: Private Bag X848, Medunsa, 0001. Enquiries: Dr S.A. Matjila Tel
No: (012) 521 3079 / Ms E.M. Shibambo Tel No: (012) 521 4881/5869
Odi Hospital: Application to: Odi District Hospital, Klipgat road, Mabopane, HR
Section or posted to: Odi District Hospital Private Bag X509, Mabopane.0190.
Enquiries: Dr M Mekgoe Tel No: (012) 725 2436
Pholosong Hospital: Applications must be submitted at Pholosong Hospital,
1067 Ndaba Street, Tsakane, 1540 or can be Posted to Private Bag X4, Brakpan,
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1550. Enquiries: Mr J Fernandes Tel No: (011) 812 5179 / Ms S. Wagner Tel No:
(011) 812 5179
Pretoria Oral & Dental Hospital: Direct applications to The HR Manager Ms Ina
Swart-University of Pretoria Oral Health Centre PO Box 1266 Pretoria 0001 or
Hand deliver at Louis Botha Building A, Room 1.28, Dr Savage Road, Rivier,
Pretoria. Enquiries: Prof A.J. Ligthelm Tel No: (012) 319 2327 / Ms I. Swart Tel No:
(012) 301 5705
Pretoria West Hospital: Applications can be delivered to: Pretoria West Hospital,
HR Department, 380 Sytze Wierda Avenue, Philip Nel Park, Pretoria West or
posted: to: Pretoria West Hospital, HR Department, Private Bag X02, Pretoria
West,0117. Enquiries: Dr C. Mojapelo (medical/ allied) Tel No: (012) 380 1234; Ms
H.M.M. Strydom (nursing) Tel No: (012) 380 1207
Rahima Moosa Mother & Child Hospital: Applications to be forwarded to the
Rahima Moosa Mother and Child Hospital, Cnr Fuel and Oudtshoorn Street,
Coronationville, 2092 or Private Bag X20, Newclare, 2112 or Human Resource
Office, Administration Building, 1st Floor. Enquiries: Dr F Benson Tel No: (011)
470 9034 / Mr L Louw Tel No: (011) 470 9190
Rahima Moosa Nursing College: All applications must be hand delivered to:
Rahima Moosa Nursing College, Fuel & Riversdale Road Gate 4, and
Coronationville or posted to Private Bag x116, Melville, 2109. Enquiries: Ms J
Gassiep Tel No: (011) 247 3300 / Mr AT Tsoke Tel No: (011) 247 3321
Sebokeng Hospital: Applications should be send by courier or hand delivered to
Sebokeng Hospital, the HR Department, Moshoeshoe Street, Sebokeng or
Applications must be submitted to HR Department, Sebokeng Hospital. Enquiries:
Dr N. Msibi (medical) Tel No: (016) 930 3303; Ms M. Madolo (allied) Tel No: (016)
930 3305; Mr K. Sejeng (nursing) Tel No: (016) 930 3066
Sedibeng District Health Area: Direct applications to The HR Manager-Sedibeng
DHS Private Bag x023 Vanderbijlpark 1900 or hand deliver at 2nd Floor, Cnr
Frikkie Meyer & Pasteur Blvd, HR Managers office. Enquiries: Ms S. Hlahane Tel
No: (016) 950 6195 / Ms G Van den Heever Tel No: (016) 950 6174
S.G. Lourens Nursing College: Application documents must be submitted to SG
Lourens Nursing College, Cnr Soutpanberg Road & Theodorehove, Pretoria or SG
Lourens Nursing College, Private Bag X755, Pretoria, 0001. Enquiries: Ms B.
Riekert Tel No: (012) 319 5601
Sizwe Tropical Disease Hospital: Applications can be posted to: HR Manager,
Sizwe Tropical Disease Hospital, Private Bag x 2, Snadringham, 2131 or hand
delivered at Sizwe Tropical Disease Hospital, Cnr Club Street and Modderfontein
road, Sandringham. Enquiries: Dr Louw Tel No: (011) 531 4410/ 4305 / Tel No:
(011) 531 4302/ 4
South Rand Hospital: Applications forms must be delivered to HR South Rand
Hospital, Admin block 1st Floor, Friars Hill Road, Rosettenville/to be posted to
Private Bag X 1 Rosettenville 2130. Enquiries: Dr MN Maleka Tel No: (011) 681
2018 / Ms R. Mlangeni Tel No: (011) 681 2009
Sterkfontein Hospital: Applications must be submitted to HR in the Administration
Building or posted to Sterkfontein Psychiatric Hospital, Private Bag X2010,
Krugersdorp, 1740. Enquiries: Mr J Mapunya Tel No: (011) 951 8341/ 8000 / Ms T
Morake Tel No: (011) 951 8262
Steve Biko Academic Hospital: Steve Biko Academic Hospital, Private Bag x
169, Pretoria, 0001 or hand delivered to Cnr Malherbe & Steve Biko Road, Main
Entrance at Level 3. Steve Biko Academic Hospital. Enquiries: Dr M Mathebula Tel
No: (012) 354 1141 / Mr PJ. Motsweni Tel No: (012) 354 4646
Tambo Memorial Hospital: Applications can be forwarded to the Recruitment
Officer (Room 122), HR Department Tambo Memorial Hospital, Private Bag X 2,
Boksburg, 1460, Physical address: Railway Street, Boksburg, 1460. Enquiries: Dr
A Naidoo Tel No: (011) 898 8320/22; Mr M.K. Mfolo (HR Manager) Tel No: (011)
898 8316
Tara The H. Moross Hospital: Applications must be delivered to: Tara the H.
Moross Centre, 50 Saxon Road Hurlingham 2196 or can be posted to-: Tara H.
Moross Centre Private Bag X7 Randburg 2125. Enquiries: Dr FA Otiano Tel No:
(011) 535 3001/ 3276
Tembisa Hospital: Application to be addressed to: The Human Resources,
Tembisa Provincial Tertiary Hospital, Private X7 OlifantsFontein, 1665 or Hand
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delivered / submitted at corner Flint Mazibuko and Rev. R.J.T Namene Drive
Olifantsfontein 1665. Enquiries: Dr S. Mogaladi Tel No: (011) 923 2053 / Mr N
Ramolumisi Tel No: (011) 923 2053
Thelle Mogoerane (Natalspruit) Hospital: Applications should be submitted to
Thelle Mogoerane Hospital, 12390 Nguza Street Extension 14 Vosloorus, First
Floor Main entrance (Brown Boxes) and sign in register book or post to Private
Bag X01 Alrode 1451. Enquiries: Dr C.N. Mqayi Tel No: (011) 590 0298 / Mr T
Mhlongo Tel No: (011) 590 0299
Tshwane District Hospital: Quoting the relevant reference number, direct
applications to Human Resource Management at Louis Botha Building A, Room
1.10, Dr. Savage Road, Riviera, Pretoria OR mailed to PO Box 1266, Pretoria,
0001 Tel: 012 301 5722. Enquiries: Dr Soe Tel No: (012) 354 7604 Ms M.W
Matube Tel No: (012) 354 7604
Tshwane District Health Services: Applications must be delivered to: Street
Address: Fedsure Building, Office No 1402, 3319 Cnr Lillian Ngoyi and Pretorius
Streets, Pretoria 0002, or Postal Address: PO Box 9514, Pretoria, 0001. Enquiries:
Mr J Mokhopha Tel No: (012) 451 9197 / Mr M. Pitsi Tel No: (012) 451 9060
Tshwane Rehabilitation Hospital: Applications must be sent directly to: Tshwane
Rehabilitation Hospital, P.O Box 23397, Gezina, 0031 OR hand deliver to Cnr Dr
Savage and Soutpansberg Road, Pretoria 0001. Enquiries: Ms P AlakramKhalewon
Tel No: (012) 354 6745 / Mr MG Polo Tel No: (012) 354 6125
Weskoppies Hospital: Applications should be submitted to: The HR Manager,
Weskoppies Hospital, and Private Bag x113, Pretoria, or hand delivered to the box
provided at the Security gate at the Main entrance at Weskoppies Hospital.
Enquiries: Dr F. Mabena Tel No: (012) 319 9841 / Ms M Jacobs Tel No: (012) 319
9730
West Rand District Health Area: Applications should be delivered to West Rand
District Health, Cnr. Vlei & Luipaard Street or posted to West Rand District Health,
Private Bag X 2053, Krugersdorp 1740. Enquiries: Ms P Muso Tel No: (011) 953
4515 / Mr A Tiro Tel No: (011) 953 4515
Wits Oral & Dental Hospital: Applications must be send to Wits Oral Health
Centre, Private Bag X 15 Braamfontein 2017 or hand delivered to Wits Oral Health
Centre, c/o Charlotte Maxeke Johannesburg Academic Hospital, Area 385 Block
8 Floor (Orange Block) HR Office Room 9/10, Parktown. Enquiries: Prof MS
Nemutandani Tel No: (011) 488 4893/ 4887 / Ms S. Raphalo Tel No: (011) 488
4898
Central Office: The Recruitment and Selection Unit, Gauteng Department of
Health, Private Bag X085, Marshalltown, 2107, Physical Address: 37 Pixley Seme
Street, Marshalltown, 2107. Bank of Lisbon building. Enquiries: Ms K Lehloenya
Tel No: (011) 355 3301 (Finance Branch) Adv. M. Lebeloane Tel No: (011) 298-
2492 (Legal Services)
CLOSING DATE : 10 August 2018
NOTE : Documentation Required: Z83, CV, certified copies of ID, qualifications and
registration certificate of relevant council, proof of current registration and relevant
service certificates.

Source: DPSA

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Do You Want To Study Nursing in 2018

Applicants are invited to apply to study towards the four year Diploma in Nursing in 2018 at the following Gauteng Nursing Colleges:

– Chris Hani Baragwanath Nursing College
– Ann Latsky Nursing College
– SG Lourens Nursing College

Requirements:
1. Must be a South African Citizen.
2. Residing in Gauteng Province
3. Must have Senior Certicate, National Senior Cerficate, National Vocational Certicate Primary Health (Level 4)
4. Recommended Experience as a CHW, CWP, EPW, HCT Counsellors

Competencies and Attributes:
1. Problem Solving Ability
2. Patience, Love for people, Organizational ability, Leadership ability
3. Communication and Computer Skill
4. Honest, Compassionate and Caring Individuals
5. Willing to work night shift, weekends and public holidays.

All extended period of application candidates to bring:
– Certified ID copy
– Matric Certificate or Statement of results or Final Grade 11 results.

Financial Assistance will cover:
– Tuition Fee
– Uniform Allowance
– Accomodation
– Transport
– Text Books/Tablet Smart Device
– Meal Tickets
– Monthly Stipend

All interested candidates to report to the colleges mentioned above for application and registration from 08 – 19 January 2018.

Enquiries: gauteng central selection centre: 0116448946 or 08600 11000
CHBNC: 0119833000 ALNC: 0116448900
SG Lourens: 0123195600

www.gpg.gov.za

Closing Date: 19 January 2018

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How to Find Accredited and Registered Nursing Colleges in South Africa

Nursing Colleges in South Africa

How to Find Accredited and Registered Nursing Colleges

One of the functions of the Nursing Council is to accredit nursing education institutions (NEI’s) and the training programmes presented by those institutions.  Council is empowered in terms of legislation to perform these functions.

The Nursing Act, 2005 – Section 42 of the Act makes it illegal for any institution in South Africa to provide education and / or training intended to qualify a person to practise as a nurse or a midwife unless both the institution and the programme of education and training are accredited by the South African Nursing Council .

In fulfilling these obligations, the Council is protecting the rights of;

the Public to receive care from a nurse or midwife who has received a high quality education intended to equip him / her to provide competent, compassionate and ethically based nursing care; and
the Learner to receive education and training that meets all the requirements for registration as a practitioner in South Africa 

Illegal Institutions / Programmes

It is imperative that learners make sure that the institution where they will be trained as a nurse or midwife is accredited by the South African Nursing Council AND that the training programme (course) is also accredited by the Nursing Council .  If either is NOT ACCREDITED, the Nursing Council will not recognise any of the training the learner has received.  This means that the learner will not be able to practise in South Africa (or elsewhere) after completing the training.  All the time and money that the learner has spent on education and training will be wasted.

Often, such illegal institutions or institutions running illegal programmes try to protect themselves by giving their programmes obscure names like Pre-nursing and telling the prospective learner that by following such a course, the learner will be guaranteed entry into further nursing education (at the same or another nursing education institution).  There is no provision for such programmes in the Nursing Act, 2005 or in its regulations and no such guarantee.  The education and training regulations (available on this web-site) give minimum entry requirements for each nursing education and training programme.

The Nursing Council handles complaints or reports received about illegal institutions and/or illegal programmes operating in South Africa.

All allegations are investigated and, if it is found that an institution is operating illegally or running an illegal programme, the co-operation of the South African Police Services (SAPS) is sought in closing down the institution or programme.  SAPS is involved in this process because in terms of the Nursing Act, 2005 it is a criminal offence for someone to operate such an institution or to offer such a programme.

If you are aware of any institution that you think may be operating illegally or providing an illegal programme, please send full details to the Council so that the facts can be checked.

How to Find Accredited and Registered Colleges

Go to SANC Website

Source: South African Nursing Council

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Nursing Traineeships for 2018: Mpumalanga Health Department

CLOSING DATE: 16 October 2017

The Department of Health invites Mpumalanga Province citizens from the ages of 18 to 35 to apply ONLINE to to study towards a four year Diploma in Nursing (General, Community & Psychiatry) and Midwifery.

This group will be recruited to study at KwaZulu-Natal College of Nursing from the 2nd January 2018.

Only applicants with ALL the following compulsory minimum requirements will be considered.

  • A Matriculation Certificate qualifying for admission for a Diploma / degree.
  • English at least Level 4 (HG D / SG C) or above
  • Life Science / Biology / Physiology at least Level 4 (HG D / SG C) or above.
  • Mathematics at least Level 3 or (HG E / SG D) or Maths Literacy at least level 4 or above
  • Physical Science / Agriculture / Geography; passed with at least level 3 (HG E / SG D) or above
  •  Minimum total admission point score (APS) of the six subjects with highest levels should not be less than 25 (excluding Life Orientation)

All certificates will be sent for verification. Selected applicants will undergo medical screening. A previous qualification in a Nursing or similar programme is not considered as a requirement for admission and does not replace the above.

Certificates not registrable with the South African Nursing Council (e.g. ABET) will not be considered.

Applicants with a disability will be considered only in terms of the inherent requirements of the nursing duties.

SUCCESSFUL APPLICANTS WILL BE REQUIRED:

  • To sign an agreement with the Department of Health to work back the number of years trained
  • To attend lectures for theoretical knowledge and do work integrated learning at KZN health facilities as required by the South African Nursing Council.
  • To subject themselves to the rules and regulations of KZN College of Nursing for nursing students.

NOTE: Students will receive a bursary for the duration of their study to cover accomodation, meals and tuition.

There are no fees payable to be admitted at the College.

(If you are not contacted after 31st December 2017 please consider your application unsuccessful)

SUBMISSION OF APPLICATIONS

  • All applications are to be strictly ONLINE on the official Mpumalanga Department of Health website.
  • The applicant will need to have a valid email address.

If shortlisted the following documents will be required during interview

  • Original Matriculation Certificate. (all certificates will be sent to UMALUSI for verification)
  • Copy of Identity Document certified within three months of Closing Date.
  • Proof of Residence

How To Apply

Apply Online for the Mpumalanga Government Nurse Traineeship Programme

PLEASE NOTE: No physical, faxed or e-mailed applications are allowed.

Enquiries: Mr. R. Khoza @ 013 766 3165 / Mr. B. Magagula @ 013 766 3425

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Nursing Training Bursary Programme for 2018 in NW

Closing Date: 08 September 2017

DIPLOMA NURSING STUDENTS BURSARS

4-year Bursary Programme

Diploma leading to registration as a Registered nurse-SANC R425 (General, Psychiatric and Community Nursing) and midwifery

SENIOR CERTIFICATE MATRICULANTS

Requirements: English and Biology / Physiology (no less than E symbol on Standard Grade, adding up to a minimum APS score of 18 points):

Symbol HG SG
A 7 5
B 6 4
C 5 3
D 4 2
E 3 1
F 3 0

Candidates with previous nursing experience calculations will be done as follows:

  • Enrolled Nurse with SANC: 4 points and 3 years clinical experience will be additionally added to a Grade 12 certificate for an APS score up to 18 points
  • Enrolled Nursing Auxiliary with SANC: 3 points and 3 years clinical experience will be additionally added to a Grade 12 certificate for an APS score up to 18 points.

NATIONAL SENIOR CERTIFICATE (NSC) MATRICULANTS

Requirements: NSC with (50% – 59%) or more in 4 of the following subjects adding up to a minimum of APS score of 20 points:

  • Compulsory subjects: English (Level 4), and Life Science (Level 4)
  • Additional Subjects: Any other two (2) approved NSC subjects ith Level 4 (except Life Orientation)
NSC Rating APS Score
7 (80% – 100%) 7
6 (70% – 79%) 6
5 (60% – 69%) 5
4 (50% – 59%) 4
3 (40% – 49%) 3
2 (30% – 39%) 2
1 (20%  – 29%) 1

Applicants From The Following Districts Should Forward Their Applications To The College Situated Within The Said District:

Excelsius College of Nursing

  • Dr Ruth Segomotsi Mompati District
  • Dr Kenneth Kaunda District
  • Bojanala District (Moretele and Madibeng sub-districts)
Mmabatho College of Nursing

  • Ngaka Modiri Molema District
  • Bojanala: Rustenburg; Moses Kotane sub-districts; Kgetleng;
Student Administration: Private Bag A19, Klerksdorp, 2570Enquiries: Student affairs, at tel: (018) 406 8600 083 433 9322 Student Administration: Private Bag X2178, Mahikeng 2735Enquiries: Student affairs, at tel: (018), tel. (018) 393 0600

How To Apply

Applications for the above should be accompanied by: Certified copies (not copies of certified copies) of ID, Grade 12 Certificate and marriage certificate (if applicable), service certificate and professional registration certificate (where applicable), as well as a CV. Candidates requiring additional information regarding the above must direct their inquiries to the relevant department as indicated. Only residents of the NW Province should apply.

Please Note: Failure to comply with the above mentioned instructions will lead to the disqualification of applicants. People with disabilities may apply. Due to the large number of applications that is anticipated to be received, these will not be acknowledged. If you do not receive feedback with 90 days of the closing date,  please accept that your application was unsuccessful, candidates who previously applied for these programs should re-apply.

Sources: Image GhanaYello

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Nursing Traineeships Kzn Health Department

Applications are invited for Nurse Training Programme for the year 2018.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS – PRE 2008:

  • Grade 12 (Std 10) Minimum 25 points
Symbol  HG  SG
A 8 5
B 7 4
C 6 3
D S 2
E 4 1
F 1 0
  • English: Minimum symbol E Higher grade or D Standard Grade
  • Biology or any other natural science subject E Higher Grade or D Standard Grade

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS – FROM 2008

  • National Senior Certificate: Degree/Diploma
  •  Minimum: 25 points
  •  English L4
  •  Additional language
  •  Life Orientation L4;
  •  Maths 13/Maths literacy.-L4;
  •  Life Sciences) Physical Science – L3
  •  And any other 2 subjects the designated list

NB Life orientation (LO) will not be scored

The points will be calculated as follows:

NSC RATING NSC % PTS: KZNCN APS Adjusted %
8 90% – 100%
7 80%-100% 7 80%-89%
6 70%-79% 6 70%-79%
5 60%-69% 5 60%-69%
4 50%-59% 4 50%-59%
3 40%-49% 3 40%-49%
2 30%-39% 2 30%-39%
1 0% -29% 1 0% -29%

All Applications To Be Forwarded To The Relevant District Address As Follows And Marked For The Attention: Registrar Nurse

REQUIREMENTS

  • Application letter with contact details of applicant
  •  certified copies of educational certificates & ID) – not older than 3 months and not copies of certified copies
  •  2 page curriculum vitae

How To Apply

1. UMgungundlovu & Harry Gwala District: (Grays Campus)

ADDRESS:

THE REGISTRAR:

NURSE TRAINING

PRIVATE BAG X9133

PIETERMARITZBURG

3200

2. EThekwini ILembe & UGu: (RC Khan , Addington & Port Shepstone Campus)

ADDRESS:

THE REGISTRAR: NURSE

TRAINING

Private Bag X 004

Chatsworth

4030

3. Amajuba, UMzinyathi & UThukukela: (Charles Johnson Memorial Campus)

ADDRESS:

THE REGISTRAR:

NURSE TRAINING

PRIVATE BAG X 2019

DUNDEE

3000

4. Uthungulu (King Cetshwayo): (NgweIezana Campus)

ADDRESS

THE REGISTRAR:

NURSE TRAINING

PRI VATE BAG X20034

EMPANGENI

3880

5. Zululand & UMkhanyakude: (Benedictine Campus)

ADDRESS

THE REGISTRAR:

NURSE TRAINING

ZULULAND HEALTH DISTRICT

PRIVATE BAG X73

ULUNDI

3838

PLEASE NOTE

All certificates and addresses will be verified for authenticity

Due to the large number of applications expected only successful applicants will be notified.

No registered mail will be accepted

PLEASE QUOTE REF:(1 / 2018) ON ENVELOPE AND APPLICATION LETTER

CLOSING DATE. 10 August 2017

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How to Become a Nurse in South Africa

How to Become a Nurse in South Africa

Nurses contribute to the health care system by providing services to patients and their families. Nurses are currently in high demand and can be found working in a variety of medical centers. If you have always been interested in helping others, then you might be asking right now, “How do I become a nurse?” If so, then read on for more information about this exciting field.

What’s it like to be a nurse?

A nursing career includes helping patients in a variety of capacities. Nurses provide information to patients about their health care plan and educate them about any necessary treatments and medications. In hospitals, nurses tend to a patient’s personal needs, administer medications and work alongside doctors and families to ensure that patients receive the best medical care possible. Nurses can work in hospitals, schools, clinics and rehabilitation centers. They may work with patients of all ages and often work alongside elderly or youth patients. The best nurses are easily able to adapt their caregiving techniques to the unique needs of a patient. Although being a nurse can sometimes be stressful, most nurses report that helping others is a rewarding experience, and that the decision to become a nurse was the best thing for their career.

What are the education requirements?

The education required to become a nurse depends upon what type of nurse you would like to become and any career goals that you might have for advancement in the field. Many vocational schools offer certificate programs in nursing which will allow you to become a nursing assistant. Licensed vocational nurses often choose this type of training and find that they can become a nurse in as little as one year. Licensed vocational nurses work with registered nurses and typically provide basic care for patients that include monitoring basic health information and personal care services. An associate’s degree in nursing can usually be completed in two years and is a great step for anyone who would like to become a registered nurse. A bachelor’s degree in nursing is required in order to become a registered nurse. Registered Nurses work independently beneath a doctor’s instruction to provide patient care and services. For people who would like to pursue an advanced degree, a master’s degree in nursing is required to become an advanced practice registered nurse. These nurses are able to diagnose illnesses and prescribe medications. A nurse practitioner is one type of advanced practice registered nurse. Upon graduation, a licensing exam is required to become a licensed nurse.Depending upon the educational program selected, you could become a nurse in anywhere from one to six years.

What is the job outlook for nurses?

Nursing careers are one of the highest growing careers demanded within the healthcare system. Graduates of nursing programs can expect to be able to work within many different areas. Currently, there is an increase in demand for nurses who can work with older members of the population. The average salary for a registered nurse can typically fall anywhere between $45,000 and $65,000. Obtaining an advanced degree can help you to be competitive in the job market, while also increasing your salary. Depending upon your training, job opportunities in schools, hospitals and clinics are usually available in almost any geographical area. Because nursing is a hands-on job, participating in a volunteer program or internship can be very helpful for finding a nursing position upon completing your education. If you would like to become a nurse, the first step of creating an educational plan is vital to your later success in nursing and can lead to a lifetime of enjoyable work helping others in the medical field.

Find Nursing Training in South Africa

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EC Dept of Health Nursing Training

The Eastern Cape Department of Health invites applications for the following nurse training programmes at Lilitha College of Nursing:

  1. Post Basic Diplomas in Nursing Science (Regulation 212): Clinical Health Assessment, Treatment and Care (PHC), Advanced Midwifery and Neonatal Care (Centralised and Decentralized programmes), Community Nursing Science, Child Nursing Science, Operating Theatre, Critical Care, Orthopedic Nursing Science, Ophthalmic Nursing Science.
  2. Basic Diplomas: Four Year Diploma in Nursing Science and Midwifery (Regulation 425) course leading to Registration as a Nurse (General, Community, Psychiatry and Midwifery),
  3. One Year Midwifery (Regulation 254) and Diploma in General Nursing (Bridging Course for qualified Enrolled Nurses) Regulation 683

Applicant must be young, compassionate and caring individuals who are passionate about nursing and wish to start their career in Nursing Profession in the Eastern Cape Province or upgrade their current nursing status (having been granted Study Leave by the current Employer).

Requirements

  • A well written application letter, Application forms which are available at the nearest campus and online.

Accompanied by the following documents:

  • Certified copy of a valid grade 12 certificate with aggregate D or E (from 720 and above) – old certificate and meet minimum requirements for admission to a bachelor’s degree
    or diploma for the new certificate.
  • Certified copy of 2016 Grade 11 end of the year report or term 1 Grade 12 report for candidates who are still doing Grade 12.
  • The certificate or report must have the following subject as they are compulsory: English Level 3 and above/E symbol – old certificate and Biology (Life Sciences) Level 4 and
    above/D symbol – old certificates, other science subjects will be an added advantage as the Admission Point System (with minimum points of 18) will be utilized to select these
    candidates.
  • Certified copy of study leave or letter from supervisor indicating that study leave is being processed for government employees.
  • Certified copy of identity document
  • Certified copy of a marriage certificate for married candidates
  • Curriculum vitae with reliable contact numbers and clear physical address indicating the town/farm/village of origin AS A CATCHMENT AREA
  • An original bank copy of a R50.00 deposit slip (as proof of having deposited the R50.00 non-refundable application fee to:

Account Name : Lilitha College of Nursing
Bank : First National Bank
Branch : Bhisho
Account Number : 62407182229
Branch Code : 210619
Reference : APP – Name and Surname

NB: A NON REFUNDABLE LATE APPLICATION FEE OF R120 IS PAYABLE AFTER THE CLOSING DATE: 06 MAY 2017 TO 31 MAY 2017.

NB.

  • For Post Basic Diploma, and One Year Diploma in Midwifery applicants must attach copy of the current South African Nursing Council license to practice, and must have been exposed in the specialist field/discipline applying for;
  • Age limit for the Four Year Diploma Regulation 425 for those who are currently not practicing as nurses is 17-35 years on registration with Lilitha College of Nursing, and for
    those who are practicing as nurses is 45 years.

The courses will commence on:

  • Diploma in General Nursing (Bridging Course) : Regulation 683: 01 June 2017 and 01 January 2018;
  • Diploma in Nursing Science (general, Community, Psychiatry) and Midwifery: Regulation 425: 01 February 2018;
  • Post Basic Diplomas: Regulation 212: 01 March 2018,

Faxed and emailed applications will not be processed.

Enquiries: MS S Ngwenze @043 700 9717

How to apply

Closing date is 05 May 2017

Your application must be sent to one main/sub campus nearest to your place of residence:

  • MTHATHA CAMPUS – Umthatha Main Campus – Mthatha General
    Hospital, Private Bag X 5014, Umthatha, 5099

Sub-campus for bridging course: Dr Malizo Mpehle Sub-campus in Tsolo

  • EAST LONDON CAMPUS – Frere Site, Lennox Road, Amalinda, Private Bag X 9023, East London, 5200

Sub-campus for bridging course: Victoria Sub Campus in Alice, Tafalofefe , Sub Campus in Centane, Madwaleni and  Elliotdale

  • QUEENSTOWN CAMPUS – Queenstown Campus Lilitha – Frontier Hospital, Queenstown Health Resource Centre, Private Bag X 7063, Queenstown, 5320

Sub-campus for bridging course: Umlamli/Emplisweni Cluster Sub Campus in Sterkspruit

  • PORT ELIZABETH CAMPUS (OLD SHIRLEY CRIBB NURSING COLLEGE BUILDING) – 58 Park Drive, Central, Port Elizabeth, 6000

Sub-campus for bridging course: Dora Nginza in Port Elizabeth, Andries Vosloo in Somerset East, Settlers in Grahamstown, Midlands in Graaf Reinet

  • LUSIKISIKI CAMPUS – St Elizabeth Hospital, Private Bag X 1007 Lusikisiki, 4802

Sub-campus for bridging course: Madzikane kaZulu in Mt Frere

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Gauteng Nursing Training 2018: Apply

Gauteng Department of Health Student Nurse Training Intake for 2018

Applicants are invited to apply to study towards the Diploma in Nursing (Psychiatric, Community and Midwifery) in 2018 at one of these Gauteng Nursing Colleges:

Ann Latsky Nursing College
Chris Hani Baragwanath Nursing College
SG Lourens Nursing College

It the Department’s intention to promote representivity in the Public Service through the appointment of student nurses for the 4 year diploma in Nursing leading to registration as a Nurse (General, Community, Psychiatry) and Midwife (Gov R425).

After completion of the four year basic nursing course, an opportunity exists for qualified nurses to further their education in various specialty areas in nursing e.g. nursing education, nursing management, critical care nursing, trauma and emergency nursing, operating theatre nursing, primary health care, orthopaedic nursing, child nursing etc.

To successfully apply and be considered for the training, please take note of the following:

You must be in possession of one of the following school leaving certificates – a Senior Certificate, a National Senior Certificate, currently in Grade 12 or National Vocational Certificate
Applicants are required to scan and attach matric certificate/statement of Grade 12 results or final Grade 11 report if your’re currently doing matric.

The following subject criteria are required:

Senior Certificate: English HG D or SG C, Biology HG D or SG C and an M score of 15
National Senior Certificate: English Level 4, Life Sciences Level 4 and an APS of 25 (Life orientation counts half the score)
National Vocational Certificate: 50% in Fundamental Subjects (English First Additional Language, Maths/Maths Literacy, Life Orientation) and 60% in the Vocational Subjects (SA Health Care System, Public Health, The Human Body and Mind and Community Oriented Primary Care)
Current Grade 12 learners must meet the National Senior Certificate requirements in their Grade 11 final results.
Successful applicants will be required:

To sign an agreement with the Department of Health
To attend lectures
To be prepared to work shifts, public holidays weekends and nights in the Gauteng Department of Health hospitals and clinics.
PLEASE NOTE:

Pre-Shortlisted Candidates will be required to submit copies of grade 12/ Matric certificate/statement or Grade 11 report (results) as well as ID copies at the nursing college of their choice.
Ensure that you qualify and meet the minimum requirements before you apply
If you do not receive feedback within 3 months after the closing date, please accept that your application was unsuccessful.
Gauteng Department of Health will offer financial assistance to successful students in the form of a bursary on an annual basis until completion of the programme.
How to apply

Applications must be done on the Gauteng Professional Job Centre system before or on the date 16 May 2017; NO late applications will not be accepted.

No hand delivered or emailed applications will be accepted, all applications must be done on this website.

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10 Reasons to Become a Nurse in South Africa

10 Reasons to Become a Nurse in South Africa

1. The Nursing Profession is Always in Demand
Nursing is one of the fastest growing careers world-wide. This only could be a valid reason for you to enter the health care industry since you will not be jobless as there is a demand for nurses.
2. Population Growth versus the Demand
As the population grows, there will be more and more demand for health care workers, so if you prepare yourself for the industry, you might stand a good chance to grab the available opportunities.


3. Retirement of the Current Health Care Workers
As the current health care workers reach their retirement ages, you have to be on standby to take over. Their retirement opens an opportunity for you to be absorbed in the industry.
4. Specializations give Nurses a Variety of Choices
Nursing is not just one general profession; there are divisions in the nursing career. Ranging from auxiliary workers, midwifery to other specialities. So, you have a choice to specialise in your nursing field or just do a general programme. Some of the more unique specialisations include travel nurses, plastic surgery nurses and even cruise ship nurses.
5. Continue Your Education
The government and private companies offers some opportunities in education and training assistance for their employees. You can complete your education at your local college or university while working as a nurse. The sky is the only limit. Take advantage of the internal trainings that the government offers their employees.
You can also apply for internal bursaries and scholarships that are designed for employees of the institutions that has employed you.


6. Flexibility of Working area and Schedule
It’s a commonly-known fact that nurses have a lot of flexibility in their schedule.
Flexibility in location is another reason to pursue a career as a nurse. Nurses can work anywhere from traditional locations such as hospitals and doctor’s offices to less-obvious locations such as home health care, schools and even in the air as an emergency flight nurse.
7. The Nursing Profession is Well-Respected
Nursing is a career that you can be proud of, maybe it’s even a career where others will look up to you. People entrust nurses with some of the most significant moments in their lives. In addition, nursing provides unlimited opportunity for personal growth.
8. Get the Benefits Package
The total package of government pay, health and child-care benefits, and retirement savings plans are competitive with those offered in the private sector.
9. Give a Smile to Someone’s Face
People go to health care centres not only to get physical help but also to get back the smile back on their faces. Feel happy when you see that smile on your clients.
10. Land a Helping Hand
A nurse will not only province for physical care, but can also impact on people’s lives through health education and wellness programmes. This will impact on their emotional well-being and might contribute in future health care choices.
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