What is Auxiliary Nursing?
Auxiliary nurses are healthcare professionals who serve a very important role in the healthcare industry. Auxiliary nurses, often called healthcare assistants or nursing assistants, handle various duties, such as administering medication, monitoring patient vitals and assisting doctors.
Where Can I Study Auxiliary Nursing In South Africa
UKWAZI SCHOOL OF NURSING offers the Higher Certificate in Nursing (R169)(auxiliary nurse program) and the Diploma in Nursing (general nurse program)(R171). Intakes for both qualifications are invariably fully enrolled annually.
How much do auxiliary nurses earn in South Africa?
The average auxiliary nurse salary in South Africa is R 240 000 per year or R 123 per hour. Entry-level positions start at R 184 680 per year, while most experienced workers make up to R 456,000 per year.
Where can I study Higher Certificate in Auxiliary nursing in Pretoria?
Apply to study nursing at Bromberg Nurse Education and Training Academy and take the first step towards a successful and rewarding career in healthcare.
Bromberg is a private nursing college in Pretoria that offers a one-year Higher Certificate in Auxiliary Nursing, accredited by the South African Nursing Council.
How long does it take to study auxiliary nursing in South Africa?
the HIGHER CERTIFICATE in NURSING (SAQA ID 98915)(NQF Level 5) – a 1 year qualification leading to registration as an auxiliary nurse with the SOUTH AFRICAN NURSING COUNCIL; and. the DIPLOMA IN NURSING (SAQA ID 97938)(NQF Level 6) – a 3-year qualification leading to registration as a general nurse.