June 2020 Online Registration Open
Disease Prevention Practitioner
Health Promotion Officer Level 3
- DURATION: 12 months
- Course Fee – R25 960
- Registration Fee – R2 500
- Deposit – R15 960
- Minimum Monthly Installment :R1 000
- Balance: R10 000 to be paid in installments of atleast R1 000 per month
- CREDITS AND SAQA
- Approved By SAQA on NQF Level Three
- Credits : 163
- ADVANCE OPTIONS
- Mid level course is being developed to bridge to Degree in Health Promotion Officer, Degree in Health Promotion Higher Certificate, and in Social Auxiliary.
English and Maths Literacy. Amount charge each subject
Foundational Learning Competence
- DURATION: 3 months, but all depends with hours spend on training
- Course Fee – R5 000 Once off per subject
- Registration Fee – R1 000
- Full Deposit – R5 000
- CREDITS AND SAQA
- Approved By SAQA NQF Levels 2-4
- Grade 10, 11 or 12 can register but you must do FLC.Take note that Grade 10, 11 and 12 can register with us but you must do Foundational Learning Competence (FLC) to qualify to write National Exams otherwise you will not write National Exams without FLC if you do not have Matric with 33.3% in Maths and English.Note that the subject fee is R5000 for Maths and
R5 000 for English plus R1 000 Registration Fee.
Health Education Course Fee FAQ
Q: How do I register for Health Education Courses?
A: You can register online by going into our website of which is www.mrche.co.za or come into our campus of which is at 5 Beacon Road, Access City, 5th Floor, New Doornfontein, Johannesburg and register or simple whatsapp us your email address to 078 526 1127 we will send you enrolment forms and brochures.
Q: How much are tuition fees?
A: Tuition fees for Basic Pharmacist Assistance NQF Level 3 is R22 000 and registration fee is R1 500, Community Health Care level NQF 4 are R31 097 .. registration fee also R1 500, Health Promotion Officer is R21 450 registration fee is R1 500
Q: How do I pay?
A: For Health Promotion Officer OQF Level 3, firstly you pay the registration fee of R1 500 then when you are about to commence with your classes you pay R11 950 as a deposit towards your tuition fee then you going to pay R950 minimum monthly installment until you finish the balance of R9 500 on your fees. For Community Health Care level 4 … registration fee its R1 500 when you are about to commence with your classes you pay R19 097 as a deposit towards your tuition fee then you going to pay R1 200 minimum monthly installment until you finish the balance of R 12 000 on your fees……. for Basic Pharmacist Assistance Level 3 registration fee is R1 500 then when you are about to commence with your classes you pay R14 000 as a deposits towards your tuition fee then you going to pay R1 000 minimum monthly installment until you finish the balance of your fees
Q: Which courses are offered?
A: We are offering Community Health Care NQF Level 4, Health Promotion Officer OQF Level 3 and Basic Pharmacist Assistant NQF Level 3
Q: Am I required to buy text books?
A: Not at all we do provide a tablet loaded with all study material. You only buy uniform and nursing equipment.
Q: When are graduations held?
A: They are held after 8 months of completion.
Q: Am I offered employment after completing the course?
A: We do assist but we don’t guarantee any job placement ,even though we do assist it depends on your commitment.
Q: Is there extra curriculum activities?
A: Currently we don’t have extra curriculum activities.
Q: Is cancellation of enrollment allowed?
A: Yes it is allowed, If you cancelled after 5 days of attending your classes you are not entitled to any refund, If you cancel before you commence with your classes you will be liable to pay 20% CANCELLATION FEE on the deposit and equipment fees that you have paid…After 5 days off attending the class NO Refund.
Q: What will I be called after I graduate?
A: You are going to be a Health Worker (Care Giver).
Q: what are career options?
A: You can proceed with nursing career, pharmacy assistance or go for social worker course
Q: which healthy industry will I be able to work for?
A: You can work at Acute Clinics, Old Age Homes, Hospices And Private Hospitals.
Q: Would I be able to work international after obtained the qualification?
A: Yes you can able to work international.
Q: Which board are registered with?
A: We are registered with HWSETA
Q: what is the difference between ancillary health course and auxiliary nursing?
A: Ancillary is the it just a foundation that leads you to the nursing career then Auxiliary is the first year in nursing