Community health workers who practice as lay health workers to provide Primary Health Care in their communities. This may include home-based carers; data capturers and support staff working at a facility or community-based settings. Nurses that work in PHC, community settings and outreach teams.
Any equivalent qualification on NQF level 3 with relevant practical experience (maths literacy and numeracy).
The course will be delivered through e-Learning or blended learning with contact at the work-site.
Students must have access to a computer and the internet.
A Health Systems Trust Certificate of Completion will be given to students who complete the short course. A Health Systems Trust Certificate of Competence will be given to students who have completed all the assessments and have been certified competent. Students will obtain 36 credits towards a Further Education and Training Certificate: Public Awareness Promotion of Dread Disease and HIV/AIDS at NQF Level.
The course fees vary, based on the number of enrolments by an organisation for the short course. A quotation per student will be given by the Course Co-ordinator, Cassius Semaushu at Cassius.Semaushu@hst.org.za. Course fees must be paid in full prior to the course start date.
Cassius Semaushu, E:
Cassius.Semaushu@hst.org.za • T: +27 (0)11 312 4524
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