Welcome to Allmed Training
Allmed Training Academy assists public and private nursing institutions by providing them with top candidates that meet all the statutory requirements for entry into the various nursing qualifications. Candidates will all have been assessed on their basic competencies on the NQF level 4 framework. Nursing institutions make their selection from candidates who fit the criteria and that best meets their needs.
Allmed Training Academy assists candidates who do not meet all the statutory requirements, or who have failed the assessment. To achieve entry and access to the nursing institutions, you will be recommended to enrol and successfully complete the GED® Testing Programme. This international qualification that you can complete in 12 months or less, only requires a pass in 4 subjects. The South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) considers the GED® credential as comparable to the NSC (Grade 12).
Allmed Training Academy will verify your Matric certificate with UMALUSI, as this is a requirement for your registration at the South African Nursing Council. After meeting all our requirements, your information is included in our priority list of candidates given to the nursing institutions of your choice. No more standing in long queues to apply at the nursing training colleges. No more waiting for feedback. Allmed Training Academy will manage your whole application process for you. It’s simple and easy.
To start your career in the nursing profession you will be faced with some challenges along the way. Allmed Training Academy is the leading medical recruitment company that places thousands of candidates in highly respected medical institutions nationwide.
Through Allmed’s initiative, we will help you become the TOP candidate that has a choice of institution at which you can apply and start your career.
Who should be thinking about taking the GED® Test?
If you are not in possession of a National Senior Certificate, commonly referred to as a Matriculation- or Matric Certificate, then this is an option for you to consider. So whether you have failed matric, or never had the opportunity to write matric, then consider the GED® as a great alternative. It should also be considered by those who already have a matric but want to compete in the international market for working abroad.
Continuous Professional Development (CPD) has become an essential component of a culture of lifelong learning. Providing proof of having completed CPD activities to improve knowledge and skills has become essential. In future, providing proof of having undergone CPD would become compulsory as the SANC will only issue Annual Practicing Certificates (APC) on receipt of a declaration of the CPD completed.
Proposed SANC CPD system
The CPD system that will be implemented by the SANC is in development. It proposes that all nurses and midwives should undergo such development activities following which an annual declaration must be submitted electronically to the SANC. A sample will be drawn annually for verifying the CPD undertaken and the selected candidates will be asked to submit their portfolios for evaluation. Portfolios have to be retained for three years. Should a practitioner not have completed sufficient hours, they will be given time to rectify the situation. Conditions for exemption from obtaining CPD points will also be made available. The proposed CPD points for educators are the following:
The points obtained for the different activities undertaken, can be used in any of the relevant themes but must only be used once. At this stage it is proposed that points be allocated as 1 point for attending as a delegate, 2 points for facilitating the activities and 3 points for developing activities.
In the meantime, Allmed CPD programmes are be developed and accredited. We will notify you as soon as the first programmes are available. You will receive a certificate and CPD points for attendance or completing the training. As soon as more certainty on the SANC CPD system is available, the Allmed CPD will be aligned with the system that will become compulsory.
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a. Overcome your challenges with student recruitment such as:
- Dealing with thousands of applicants
- Working through applications to find the best candidates
- Falsified Grade 12 certificates
- Pressure on staff with conducting interviews and assessments
b. Allmed’s solution and commitment to nursing colleges:
- All candidates have been assessed on their communication, numeracy, aptitude competency and computer literacy skills
- Candidates have given permission to share their data with registered nursing institutions
- Grade 12 or equivalent qualifications have been independently verified
- Personality profiling is available on each candidate
- A video recording is available for each candidate
- Allmed will contact the students on the colleges’ behalf to complete registration. This may include arranging interviews and contract signing
- Reports and lists of candidates can be provided on specified criteria