North coast medical training college was born out of the acute need for competent health workers who are responsive to the dynamic health care needs in the current era. The college started training in 2012, with the first lot of 20 students in the department of clinical medicine and surgery.Read more...
North Coast Medical Training College started training medical and medical-related courses in the year 2012. After establishing the department of Clinical Medicine and Surgery in 2012, two more departments, Nursing and Nutrition and Dietetics, were established in 2013. In 2016, Community Health was added. The college is offering basic (post-secondary school) diploma courses and certificate courses. In 2017, the college has introduced two post-basic certificate courses. The health profession education course is accessible for all health workers holding at least a diploma and who are involved in teaching or guiding/mentoring healthcare students. The quality dialysis care course is available to nurses and clinical officers who hold at least a diploma.Read more...
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I am a proud nutrition and dietetics student of North Coast Medical Training College. In this college learning is fun and also it makes students to be very active. The student competency based learning actually makes one to learn more and gain more knowledge.
Due to this type of learning I see myself going very far in that I will be able to be a professional who is very competent.
Since I joined this college I had my expectations and they were all met and also I have gotten more out of it.
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