Chris Hani Baragwanath Nursing College Prospectus 2022 PDF Download

The Chris Hani Baragwanath Nursing College Prospectus 2022 has been released online for a bachelor’s degree, diploma, higher certificate, postgraduate advanced diploma in nursing, and midwifery programmes students for the 2022/2023 academic session.

Chris Hani Baragwanath Nursing College Prospectus 2022/2023

The Chris Hani Baragwanath Nursing College Prospectus 2022/2023 is what you need to ascertain any admission or application information of the school.

The Prospectus contains all the information a prospective student needs to become a fully admitted student of the Chris Hani Baragwanath Nursing College.

The Chris Hani Baragwanath Nursing College Prospectus contains the list of bachelor’s degree, diploma, higher certificate, postgraduate advanced diploma in nursing and midwifery programmes, admission requirements, and all admission application information to guide you through the Chris Hani Baragwanath Nursing College admission process.

The Chris Hani Baragwanath Nursing College Prospectus can be access, download, and print online in PDF format via the official Chris Hani Baragwanath Nursing College website or admission office > https://www.chrishanibaragwanathhospital.co.za/departments/nursing_college/show

Nursing Requirements

Bachelor Degree in Nursing Sciences (BCur)

The bachelor’s degree in nursing is generally a four-year-long course that is offered by most public universities in South Africa: UCT, Wits, Stellies (only postgrad), UP, UWC, NWU, UKZN, UNISA, etc. The degree consists of both a compulsory practical clinical training component and a theoretical component. Once you have completed a BCur (or equivalent), you are able to register as a professional nurse and midwife with the SANC.

Entry Requirements:

It is recommended that you take Mathematics, Physical Sciences and Life Sciences, but this is not compulsory at all institutions. You will need a National Senior Certificate (NSC) or equivalent qualification at exit level 4, with:

  • English (50-59%)
  • First additional or home language (50-59%)
  • Life Sciences (50-59%)
  • Maths Literacy (50-59%)
  • Life Orientation (50-59%)

What does the course look like?

The BCur usually prepares students to work in four specific fields:

  • general nursing (working in hospitals and medical practices)
  • community nursing
  • psychiatric nursing
  • midwifery (caring for mothers and babies)

Your course will have a practical component. You will learn how to do the kind of practical work you will need to be able to do when you become a nurse. In the theoretical component, you will learn the theory of what it is to be a nurse and you will study medical, biological and natural sciences, psychological and social sciences, and pharmacology so that you have the knowledge you need to be competent and successful healthcare professional.

Diploma in Nursing

These courses are often offered by universities of technology like DUT, TUT, VUT and CPUT. This course is only three years long and also consists of practical and theoretical work. After you have completed this qualification you are able to work as a registered staff nurse or enrolled nurse.

Entry Requirements

You will need a National Senior Certificate (NSC) or equivalent qualification at exit level 3 or 4, depending on the institution, to qualify to study this course. However, it is not as important that you have taken mathematics and/or physical sciences as it is for the BCur. You will also need:

  • English (50-59%)
  • First additional or home language (50-59%)
  • Four other subjects (50-59%)
  • Life Orientation (50-59%)

What does the course look like?

During this course, you will cover similar work to what you would cover in the BCur degree. You will go less in-depth with the work as the course is shorter. You will learn how to provide nursing care, apply your knowledge in the nursing practice, diagnose and treat minor illnesses and provide reproductive health care.

Higher Certificate in Auxillary Nursing

This is a one-year qualification that is aimed to equip you with the skills that you will need to provide basic nursing care to individuals while working under the supervision of a nurse who holds a national diploma or degree. After completing your higher certificate you will be able to register as an enrolled nursing auxiliary.

Entry Requirements:

You will need a National Senior Certificate (NSC) or equivalent qualification at exit level 3 or 4, depending on the institution, to qualify to study this course, however, it is not as important that you have taken mathematics, physical sciences or life sciences as it is for the BCur. You will also need:

  • English (50-59%)
  • First additional or home language (50-59%)
  • Four other subjects (50-59%)
  • Life Orientation (50-59%)

What does the course look like?

This course will teach you how to apply your knowledge of the theory, the practice of basic nursing and how to asses, plan, implement and evaluate basic nursing care for individuals and groups.

Fee and Fine Payable to SANC.

The fees and fines payable to the South African Nursing Council are regulated by the Regulations regarding Fees and Fines payable to the South African Nursing Council published by Government Notice No. R.170 of 8 March 2013 (as amended).

The amounts payable for the various fees are published by Notice in the Government Gazette – as and when the fee amounts are amended.  A list of the currently applicable notices can be found at the bottom of this web page.

  1. If you want to pay your Annual Fees, go to the Annual Fees page.

  2. If you want to pay for the Restoration of your name to the register, go to the Restorations page.

  3. If you want to purchase Distinguishing Devices, go to the Distinguishing Devices page.

The information below applies to all other payments to SANC, and specifically with making payments into SANC’s bank account.  SANC encourages all clients to make use of its reference deposit bank account for all payments as the most cost and time effective method of making such payments.

South African Nursing Council Reference Deposit Bank Account Details

South African Nursing Council prefers all payments to be made into its Reference Deposit Bank Account.  This account has been specially set up so that the details of the payer and the purpose for which the payment is made can be captured by the bank – which will significantly speed up the time taken to process payments.

The SANC’s Reference Deposit Bank Account details are as follows:

Council Bank Details:

Bank Name: First National Bank
Branch Name: Corporate Core Banking – Pretoria
Branch Code: 253145
Account Name: S A Nursing Council No 2 Account
Account Number: 514 211 86 193

While payments into this account can be made in person at any branch of FNB (First National Bank), electronic means such as Internet banking, cell phone banking, and ATM payments can also be used.  Some of these require that a payment beneficiary be set up on your bank/card account.  Please consult your own bank if you need any assistance in setting up a beneficiary.

Standard Bank clients should please select the option for paying a business account.  When asked to enter the name of the beneficiary, you should enter ‘S A Nursing Council’ – please note the SPACE between the ‘S’ and the ‘A’ otherwise you will not see SANC’s details listed.

The special features of this reference deposit account is that it has the ability to capture the payers account number and a payment type code in the Reference details.  This information is verified (for correct format) if paying at any FNB branch or when using FNB online banking.  Standard Bank’s system will insist on and only permit the account number to be captured.  For all other methods of electronic payments, it is up to the person making the payment to ensure that the correct information is provided.

How to use the Reference Deposit Account to pay Fees or Fines owed to the South African Nursing Council

No matter what method of payment you choose, albeit at an FNB branch or some form of electronic banking, you must please ensure that the deposit reference is correctly filled in.  The reference consists of two parts:

  1. Your SANC account number (8 digits); and
  2. A payment type code (7 CAPITAL LETTERS) – written immediately after the account number.

The following line is an example of what a correct reference will look like:

12345678ANLFEES

In this example, ‘12345678‘ is the account number and ‘ANLFEES‘ is the payment type code.  You will notice that the reference is always 15 characters long.

PLEASE NOTE that the above reference is only an example and you should not use the above details for making any payment (it will be rejected by the bank).  You must use your own reference number as the account number and choose the appropriate payment type code from the list given below.

STEP 1:  Check and write down your SANC account number.  This is the same as your SANC reference number which is always 8 digits long and starts with a ‘1’.

STEP 2:  Determine the appropriate payment type code from the list below and write it immediately after your SANC account number.  Do NOT leave a space between your account number and the payment type code

This is your correct reference to be used for this payment.  (Any future payments will use the same account number but the payment type code may change according to the purpose for which payment is being made.)

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