Circular 8/2007 SANC Year end closure

Circular 8/2007 SANC Year end closure

 
  

10 December 2007

To All:Nursing Education Institutions
 Nursing Stakeholders

 

South African Nursing Council – Year End Closure

21 December 2007 – 03 January 2008

 

The South African Council will close its offices for the Christmas holidays at 16:30 on 21 December 2007 and re–open at 08:00 on 03 January 2008.

Please contact Ms P Moloi at telephone (012) 426 9542, if there are any queries about this circular.

 

(Signed)
Mrs Thandi Manganye
Acting Registrar
The S A Nursing Council

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Circular 9/2007 SANC Examination Schedule 2008

Circular 9/2007 SANC Examination Schedule

 
  

2007-12-07

To:Nursing Education Institutions
 Nursing Stakeholders
 Invigilators

 

South African Nursing Council
Examination Schedule – 2008

 

Click here to see the Examination Schedule for 2008.

 

Kindly take note of the following requirements applicable to the Council examinations. 

  1. The closing date for examination should be strictly adhered to and no exceptions or allowances will be made to extend these dates. 

  2. Only registered students/pupils will be eligible to enter for an examination, the head of the nursing education institution must ensure that all students/pupils are registered with the Council within the prescribed period (this does not apply to the Admission Examination for Enrolled Nursing or to the Admission Examination for Foreign Nurses).

  3. The Council will only process examination applications that meet the following requirements:

a)    submitted on the Council’s official Application Form for Examination which is completed in full and signed by the relevant person(s).

b)    accompanied by the prescribed fee or proof of payment of the fee into the Council’s bank account, such payment should be done by the school (group payment) and not by individual students.  The latter delays processing of applications as some payments are outstanding at the time of processing; banking details are as follows: 

Name of bank:FNB
Account number:51425166282 (Current Account)
Branch:Pretoria Branch Corporate Core Services
Branch code:251445 253145
Reference:Reference number MUST appear on ALL deposits!

 c)    includes all the required documentation.

  1. Only those students/pupils that have been issued an examination number will be eligible to write Council examination.

  2. All practical MARK SHEETS must be submitted to Council by the end of the month in which the examination is written. Examination results cannot be processed if practical MARK SHEETS as per the SANC format are not submitted on time.

  3. The Council reserves the right to cancel an examination reflected on the schedule if there are insufficient candidates for such an examination(s).

  4. The SANC requests the NEIs to inform all learners to refrain from individually contacting the Council to enquire about examination results.

  5. In respect of the Admission Examination for the Course Leading to Enrolment as a Nurse, the school has a responsibility to identify a learner(s) who cannot be admitted into the second year of the Course Leading to Enrolment as a Nurse (R.2175) before the learner has written and successfully passed the admission examination for the R.2175 course.  No learner(s) shall be allowed to write the final year examination of the R.2175 course before they have passed the Admission examination.

 

Signed
THANDI MANGANYE
ACTING REGISTRAR & CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
THE S A NURSING COUNCIL

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Press Release 2/2007 Members of SANC sign a code of conduct recommitting themselves to good governance

Press Release 2/2007 Members of SANC sign a code of conduct recommitting themselves to good governance


2007

 

Press Statement

 

Towards a New Nursing Era

 

As members of the South African Nursing Council, we have signed a Code of Conduct recommitting ourselves to ensure good governance within the Council. The Council remains committed to its mandate of protecting the interest of the public in matters relating to nursing services and promoting the provision of quality nursing services to the people of South Africa. We are determined to maintain high standards of professional conduct and practice amongst nursing practitioners. The Council is working with the Department of Health in finalizing the regulations that bring into effect most sections of the new Nursing Act. The Act ushers in a new era in the history of our noble profession including the establishment of the new Nursing Council. Let us work together to reaffirm the central role of nursing in the delivery of health care  

 


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