Khanyisa Nursing School
Khanyisa's mission is to create, apply and transfer knowledge and skills of the highest standards through the provision of the highest quality and most cost-effective education while also encourage learners to pursue qualifications that will lead to job creation and self-employment.
- Higher Certificate in Auxiliary Nursing (HEQSF Aligned | NQF Level 5 | 120- Credits | Contact Mode)
- Diploma in Nursing (HEQSF Aligned | NQF Level 6 | 360- Credits | Contact Mode)
- Diploma in Midwifery (Kroonstad campus only | 1-year course)
- Bridging Course (All campuses | 2-year course)
*Khanyisa Nursing School may not offer its programmes until final approval is granted by the Registrar.
- Johannesburg (main campus)
- Kroonstad (sub campus)
- Witbank (sub campus)
- Tonga (sub campus)
- Bridging course: R683 for a 2-year course.
- Diploma in Midwifery: R254 for a 1-year course.
- Higher Certificate in Nursing Auxilliary: R169.
- Diploma in Nursing staff Nurse: R 171.
For information on registration/applications contact Khanyisa directly through their website.
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