College of Nursing and Health Sciences

Gender Based Violence Modules
This course is designed to train health-care professionals acquire the knowledge and skills needed to intervene when they encounter gender-based violence (GBV). It is delivered by experienced health professionals who have in-depth knowledge of gender issues and the management of abuse. It includes simple step-by-step instructions delivered interactively and using AV material to support the training. 
Each module specifies the learning objective(s), contents and basic resource materials (including handouts). The modules are arranged in a logical sequence to build on to one another. However, trainers may re-arrange the topics, expand or reduce the detail and creatively adapt the methods in response to specific training needs, depending on the level of participants.

BLS-Life Saver Program

The College of Nursing and Health Sciences is now an official training site for BLS training by the American Heart Association (AHA) and can train and issue AHA membership cards for participants.

Clinical specialty nursing programs 

These programs are tailored to local and/or regional health-care institutions’ needs for qualified personnel in the fields of critical care, hemodialysis, operating room, respiratory therapy, cardiopulmonary(CPR), chemotherapy, among others. These are short courses offered based on the training needs of the institution, around which content, implementation and evaluation are designed. Content, duration, and costs are individualized based on trainees’ qualification skills and knowledge.   

Emergency medical technician

This program responds to a community’s need for a professional ambulance service. It aims to prepare skilled emergency medical technicians capable of providing effective life-saving interventions in emergency situations. Graduates will learn techniques of problem solving and critical thinking, as well as how to apply them in the field, prioritizing patients’ problems and implementing interventions with judgment and caution.