Gem Auxilary Nursing School, Programmes, Requirements, Application & Contact Details
GEM Health Care Workers Training is an accredited HWSETA (Health and Welfare SETA) nursing institution founded in 2000 by two retired professional nurses. GEM Health Care Workers Training is an accredited institute offering affordable nursing education to school leavers and individuals struggling to find formal employment. Based in Johannesburg’s CBD, the institute is strategically located to allow for ease of access for people coming from the different townships around Gauten
GEM Health Care Workers Training was established to empower the youth with knowledge and skills which would allow them opportunities for fulfilling employment opportunities. The institute targets learners who have not made requirements of other tertiary institutions as well as youth facing the prevailing HIV/AIDS pandemic that is common.
- Ancillary Health Care
- Community Health Work
- Child and Youth Care
- Home Based & Frail Care
- Skills Development Programme
- HIV/AIDS Counselling
The year-long accredited Health and Welfare SETA course allows learners access to employment opportunities nationally, as well as internationally.
- Ancillary Health Care – Full Qualification (NQF Level 01)
- Community Health Work – (NQF Level 04)
- Child and Youth Care – Full Qualification (NQF Level 04)
The 6 month-long accredited Health and Welfare SETA (HWSETA) course allows learners to be registered on the HWSETA database. Learners will receive a national certificate on successful completion of the course.
- Home Based Care
- Skills Development Programme – Part Qualification (NQF Level 01)
Frail Care – The course offers the successful learner a national certificate, which will allow the learner employment opportunities in old age homes and private homes.
HIV/AIDS Counselling – The 10-day Health and Welfare SETA (HWSETA) accredited course, allows successful learners the opportunity for employment in private homes, doctors’ rooms and clinics.
21 Kruis Street
Tell Number: 011 331 0660/661/662
Fax Number: 011 331 0663