Courses Available At Khanyisa Nursing School


Nurses plays an essential role in society. If you want to become a nurse or join the nursing profession, the first step would be to acquire the necessary training and qualifications.  



Nursing colleges offer training in complex medical care. Graduates with a degree or qualification in nursing can then go on to pursue a variety of careers.

Whether it be to work in hospitals, clinics, schools, physicians' offices, home healthcare services, community nursing or nursing care facilities.

Khanyisa Nursing School offers several courses for individuals wanting to obtain nursing qualifications.

They say their vision is to be the preferred service provider that supplies efficient, effective, and quality nursing care into the health system whilst maintaining and sustaining the culture of nursing.

The nursing school has 5 campuses located in Johannesburg, Witbank, Kroonstad, Bushbuckridge and Tonga.

These courses are offered at Khanyisa Nursing School:

  1. Higher Certificate in Nursing Auxilliary
  2. Diploma in Nursing
  3. Diploma in Midwifery
  4. Diploma in Community Nursing Science

Some the schools Short Learning Programmes include:

  • Anesthesiology for all categories of nurses (4 weeks)
  • Primary Health Care (6 weeks)
  • HIV/AIDS and TB Management Certificate (8 weeks)

The study duration, registration and tuition costs vary according to the programme students decide to enrol it.

Students wishing to register at the institution should note that there are limits to the number of students that can be admitted to each programme, because Khanyisa Nursing School is dependent on the accredited capacity by South African Nursing Council.

Qualifying candidates may also be required to undergo testing and interviews as part of the screening process. 

For more detailed information on the tuition fees, applications and courses offered by each of these colleges, you can visit our Where To Study directory.


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