Chief Invigilators from the University have left campus to supervise Access Course examinations for Post Nurse Assistance Clinical (NAC) and Nurse Assistance Preventive (NAP) in four Nursing and Midwifery Training Colleges (NMTC) in the country.
The examinations would be held from Monday, November 4 to Wednesday November 7, 2018, at the Cape Coast NMTC, Atibie NMTC in the Eastern Region, Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital NMTC, Kumasi and Tamale Teaching Hospital NMTC, Tamale.
Final year students of the Post NAC/NAP programme in various NMTCs in the country with weak passes in English, Mathematics and Integrated Science in the West African Senior Secondary Certificate Examinations (WASSCE) will be writing the three-day examinations. Successful students for the Access Course Examinations would be offered admission to enrol on the UCC Diploma in Midwifery programme for Post NAC/NAP from November 11, 2018 to February 2019.
Briefing the Chief Invigilators, the Head, Institutional Affiliation Office, Mr. Justice Agyenim Boateng, said all the necessary materials have been provided to the various centres to ensure that the examinations were conducted successfully. He entreated them to be strict and enforce the examination regulations in order to avoid any form of malpractice. About 850 students will be taking part in the examinations in the four centres.
It would be recalled that the Ministry of Health (MoH) and Nursing and Midwifery Council (N&MC) in May launched a Top-up Diploma programme to be developed for Post NAC/NAP certificate holders in Accra. The launch was performed by the Deputy Minister for Health, Ms. Tina Naa Ayaley Mensah.