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WCEA partners with MDI to launch 9 new online management programmes for managers in Sub-Saharan Africa 

In its ongoing efforts to capacitate nurses and midwives from Sub-Saharan Africa into better clinicians and managers of healthcare facilities, the World Continuing Education Alliance (WCEA) has partnered with the Management Development Institute (MDI) at the Global Business School Network (GBSN) to launch 9 new online management programmes designed to equip frontline healthcare workers in Sub-Saharan Africa with core managerial knowledge to run and develop their respective institutions efficiently and effectively. 

Thanks to DENOSA’s partnership with WCEA, the management programmes are now available online for free to DENOSA members and are now part of the hundreds of other online CPD clinical programmes available to DENOSA members to expand their horizons and sharpen their careers at no cost to them! DENOSA members are encouraged to take part in these courses as part of their continuous professional development, which will put them in good leadership position in their careers. 

The new programmes are:

  • Organisational Planning
  • Leadership and Human Resources Management
  • Data and Information Management 
  • Operations Management
  • Social Marketing Module  
  • Ethics and Governance 
  • M&E for the Frontline Health Manager 
  • Health Economics for Frontline Health Managers 
  • Financial Accounting 

To benefit from the management courses and hundreds more clinical online CPD courses for free, DENOSA members must first join the online platform and register by filling in their details in the following link (using their DENOSA membership numbers or ID numbers if they don’t know their membership numbers): https://engagement.wcea.education/den

For nurses and midwives who are willing to benefit from the hundreds of courses but are not DENOSA members yet, they are encouraged to join DENOSA by filling the online form: https://www.denosa.org.za/join-denosa/

New additional clinical programmes have been finalized and will be launched shortly. These will include Cardiovascular Nursing, Critical Care, Oncology and Palliative Care.

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