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National Foundational Certificate
in Traditional Medicine (NFC)

Duration: 160 class hours

Course content:

The course will aim to produce assistant traditional medicine practitioners with knowledge skills and attitude to assist patients. It will cover

  • Communication.
  • Organs & function of the human body.
  • Screening of vitals
  • Common diseases and symptoms
  • Water, sanitation and hygiene
  • Herb harvesting, processing, packaging and storage
  • Medical regulations
  • Reflexology
  • Herbal identification
  • Massage

Study method:
The course will be offered in a blended setup (physical and online classes). It will involve theory and practical work. Seedlings will be provided. The course is being offered on full-time bases, weekend, one week on: one week off. It is a matter of choice.

Location: The course will be conducted at Blessed Hands Herbals Academy campus located at Makumbi Mission (45 km peg along the Harare Domboshava Road).

Requirements: The course is directed to anyone who has a minimum of 2 years of secondary education and an understanding of Maths and English. This means even school pupils can attempt it and be trained as well.

Accreditation BHHA is acreditated with the Traditional Medicine Practitioners Council

Examination board: The students will be awarded a certificate by Higher Education Examination Council (HEXICO) at the completion of the course

Career path: upon completion students can become assistant traditional medicine practitioners. They will be able communicate with clients, examine patients and diagnose & offer treatment to patients.

Cost: USD 150 per term for Day scholars and USD 400 per term for boarders

Protective clothing: Students are expected to bring their own protective clothing namely, overalls, gumboots, and gloves

Career path: upon completion students can become assistant traditional medicine practitioners. They will be able communicate with clients, examine patients and diagnose & offer treatment to patients.

How to apply: ?

To register fill in the application form (USD 10 non-refundable application fee) and submit it at to Blessed Hands Herbals Academy (Makumbi Mission Domboshava) or Blessed Hands Herbals Stand No 210 Tanganda Gate Harare Show grounds.

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National Certificate in Traditions Medicine (NC)

Course content:

The course will aim to produce assistant traditional medicine practitioners with knowledge skills and attitude to assist patients. Subjects covered are

  • Botany
  • Communicable and Non Communicable Diseases
  • Health Communication and Computer Applications
  • Traditional Medicines Processing
  • Toxicology
  • Fundamentals of Natural medicines
  • Human Anatomy and Physiology
  • Zimbabwe Public Health Systems
  • Pre-diagnosis Screening
  • Therapeutics in traditional medicines
  • Entrepreneurship Skills Development
  • National Studies
  • . Skills Proficiency
  • . Massage
  • Reflexology

Study method:
The course will be offered in a blended setup (physical and online classes). It will involve theory and practical work. Seedlings will be provided. The course is being offered on full-time bases, weekend, one week on: one week off. It is a matter of choice.

Location: strongThe course will be conducted at Blessed Hands Herbals Academy campus located at Makumbi Mission (45 km peg along the Harare Domboshava Road).

Requirements: The course is open to anyone with 5 O level passes with a grade C or better including English language, Mathematics and a relevant science subject or equivalent..

Accreditation BHHA is acreditated with the Traditional Medicine Practitioners Council

Examination board: The students will be awarded a certificate by Higher Education Examination Council (HEXICO) at the completion of the course.

Cost: USD 150 per term for Day scholars and USD 400 per term for boarders

Career path: Upon completion students can become assistant traditional medicine practitioners. They will be able communicate with clients, examine patients and diagnose & offer treatment to patients. Upon graduating, students may apply for membership with the Traditional Medicine Council of Zimbabwe. Once registered, they may begin their own private practice. Student can also look at joining an already established clinic. Certificate holders are expected to be able to implement acquired knowledge and skills into the real world; operate sustainable traditional medicine businesses and comply with the rules and regulations of the African Traditional medicine and public health.

Cost: 150 per term for Day scholars and USD 400 per term for boarders

Accommodation: There is accommodation available for student to reside in while they are pursuing their studies.

Canteen: The school has a cafeteria available to serve food to the students as well.

Contact

The Details Below.

Our Address

Stand 290
Tanganda gate (Second Street)
Harare Show Grounds.
Harare

Email Us

icblprog@blessedhandsherbals.com

Call Us

+263 4771 315
+263 4748893

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