Nurse Training Learnership Programme at Mpumalanga Department Of Health
Chance for applicants who expect to join nurse training learnership programme is recently available from Mpumalanga department of health. However, applicants should be registered for a-four-year diploma majoring in nursing that covers; psychiatry, general, and community. Within the year of the study, suitable students will receive monthly allowance, in addition, any applicants will not be placed in any post. What it takes to win the training programme? Applicants who yearn for the position within nurse training opportunity, first thing’s first you should hold matric certificate so then, you can apply for the degree or diploma.
Another requirements for nurse training learnership , 2021 & 2019 programme that is designed Mpumalanga Department Of Health, ensure that you; (1) have English qualification level 4 and above, (2) gain maths minimum level 3 or if it is maths literacy you obtain level 4 and above, (3) hold level 4 minimum for physiology, biology, or life science, (4) APS (Admission Point Score) should meet the criteria, and (5) hold level 3 minimum for geography, agriculture, or physical science. Any applicant who want to join the training program that is offered, they should follow the recent qualification for the training programme.
Applicants are encouraged to apply online on the official Mpumalanga Department of Health website. Otherwise you can click here to download the application form.
To apply the nursing training learnership programme, suitable applicants can apply online through the official website. Or else you can submit the physical application to, the director HRD/Mpumalanga Dept Of Health/private bag x11285/Mbombela/1200. Alternately, you can hand deliver the application to, Mpumalanga Provincial Government Office/Building No. 3/Riverside Park/Nelspruit. If you decide to hand deliver or to post your application, make sure that you download the application form. The application will be closed on August 31st, and in the case that you receive nothing from the official by March 1st, you can assume that your application is not successful. Lastly, ensure that your Certificate is registrable with ABET or another South African Nursing Council.