Martin Luther King Health Training School Admission 2016

By | September 28, 2016

Martin Luther King Health Training School Admission 2016

Clinical – Health Assistant
Type: Full-time Program
Name: Clinical Health Assistant
Certification: Certificate Program
Duration: 2 years


This two-year program is designed to provide students with basic knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to enter the health care system as a practical Nurse. Students develop knowledge, skills and judgment in assessing, planning, implementing and evaluating nursing care for all age groups. Extreme focus is placed on the ability to communicate effiectively in caring nursing environment.


The school will follow the entry requirement set by the Nursing and Midwives council of Ghana. The school welcomes graduates from second cycle institutions- SSSC,GCE-O & A Levels.


SSSCE or equivalent with a minimum of 25-30 aggregates in six relevant subjects, with PASSES in English, Core Math, and Integrated Science.

There will, however be a small quota for mature students who do not have the requisite minimum qualification but have experience, proven interest in the chosen profession. Such mature students will be subjected to an entry examination and interview. All students will go through an interview and a selection process.

Foreign Students may be admitted on the basis of qualifications from their home country for which the West African Examination Council (WAEC) shall determine equivalences. Evidence of proficiency in English language will be required in the case of applicants from non-English spoken countries.


Upon qualifying, nurses will have job opportunities working closely with health care teams in a variety of community clinics, private homes, and homes for the elderly, rehabilitative, medical, surgical and obstetric units. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION This full-time program is offered within the Dr. Martin Luther Medical Centre, located in North Odorkor, Accra. According to the Ghana Nurses and Midwives Council, students completing the program successfully must register with the Council and take a qualifying examination Progrms are offered in English and are delivered using a variety of instruction modes. Courses may be offered in the classroom, lab, or on line. Upon registration, each student is provided with various documentation, including ID cards, an e-mail account which is used to communicate important information about program and course events. The syllabus or course content for the program which has been approved by the Nurses and Midwives Council of Ghana FEES AND EXPENSES
For details please contact the Administration / Business Office
Phone: +011-233-315870/ 020 818-5454 / 020 815-7456 / 026-212-5885
Fax: +011-233-315870
Email: [email protected]

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