DENOSA Professional Institute (DPI) is the professional wing of DENOSA and supports professional development of nurses in the workplace through promoting effective and appropriate education, training and research activities.
It is an institute that is mandated to develop nurses and the nursing profession.
DPI offers unique training programmes and short courses for various departments or organisations on a number of areas within the health sphere, such as:
- Leadership For Change (LFC) programme (in conjunction with the ICN);
- Quality of Care in the form of ‘Health Workers For Change’ (HWFC)
- Incident Report writing and Record keeping
- Shop Steward Training (with input by the RCN (Royal College of Nursing, UK);
Through its education and training function, the DPI broadens both the vision and missions of DENOSA. In terms of its operations, the Institute is regulated by the DENOSA Member Services Department (MSD), one of the two departments that constitute the larger DENOSA organisational structure.
To continuously strive to become the preferred National Health Institute of excellence for nurses and other health care workers/stakeholder’s education and training needs and concerns in collective bargaining, nursing advocacy and professional development, by providing relevant accredited and non-accredited courses/modules and learning programmes.
The DPI’s primary purpose of existence is identified by the following objectives:
• To transform approaches in the design and development of innovative and socio-economically relevant courses and learning programmes;
• Contribute to leadership development and management in collective bargaining, nursing; and healthcare;
• To influence national policy in collective bargaining, nursing and healthcare;
• To provide research productivity and support in collective bargaining, nursing, and healthcare.
For more information on DPI Courses/Programmes and any other relevant enquiries, please contact:
Mr. Daniel Kwena Manamela (DGS Member Service)
Tel: (012) 343 2315 (ext. 276)
E- mail: email@example.com
Ms. Wanda Monoa
Cell: (083) 282 8833
Tel: (012) 343 2315 (ext. 257)
Fax: (086) 656 8788