Ann Latsky Nursing College Application 2019/2020, Nursing, as a profession, is based on scientific knowledge which is acquired during the four years of study at a nursing college.
This knowledge will equip nurses to help prevent disease, to educate people on health issues, enhance health and support ill patients both physically and psychologically. As a dedicated health care professional, you will be required to treat every patient as an individual and consider all aspects of the patient e.g. their physical, psychological and social well-being.
A nurse is an independent practitioner guided by nursing acts and ethical codes. Nursing is an extremely rewarding career as you have the opportunity to make a positive impact on people’s lives on a daily basis.
After completion of the four year basic nursing programme, an opportunity exists for qualified nurses to further their education in various specialties e.g. nursing education, nursing management, critical care nursing, trauma and emergency nursing, operating theatre nursing, primary health care, orthopedic nursing, child nursing etc.
An English pass rate of at least D HG or C SG
A Biology pass rate of at least D HG or C SG
A minimum of 15 points is necessary to obtain admission to Phase 2.
How do you know if you have obtained an M score of 15 points?
Allocate marks to your subjects and symbols on your matric certificate, according to the following scale:
National Senior Certificate
An English pass rate of at least 50% (level 4), A Life Sciences pass rate of at least 50% (level 4)
A minimum of 25 points is necessary to obtain admission to Phase 2.
Note: Life Orientation is half the original mark. E.g. 6 = 3
If in Grade 12 use your Final Grade 11 Results.
Acceptance into the process is provisional
The final acceptance depends on the final grade 12 results.
If you meet the criteria in phase 1 you will be invited to an assessment.
All short-listed candidates will undergo a compulsory assessment and following further shortlisting
an interview. Successful applicants will be required to undergo a medical surveillance, including
a medical examination and security verification of all documents.