By uplifting others, we uplift ourselves.
We have a long tradition of providing local training and mentoring at a provincial level on a broad range of health topics. Empowered by a custom built training records application we can accurately monitor our progress.
Training services provided
Trainers are trained as mentors, assessors, and moderators, and are registered with the Health and Welfare SETA and all training material follows government guidelines.
Didactic training is provided either offsite or adapted for onsite training. We offer for doctors, nurses, lay counsellors, and non-medical personnel. Topics covered:
In-service training covers a variety of topics in short one to two-hour sessions. Topics that can be addressed are:
Mentoring by our clinically trained mentors has been authorised by the National Depart of Health to host the I-Tech mentorship programme.
All our clinical trainers are qualified PALSA PLUS & IMCI trained. We offer to train the trainer programs if they are required.
Pre-service training is an effort to provide relevant up to date information to the student nurses and medical interns before they enter into community service. This has proven effective in Mpumalanga were over 100 medical staff have been taught.