In order to offer first-hand experience to candidates who will be writing the online Post NAC/NAP Midwifery Online licensing examination, the Council has conducted online mock exams for 1073 candidates to prepare them for the online examination in March, 2019.

The two-day mock examination including a practical session was conducted simultaneously in 23 schools across the country.

According Mr. Felix Nyante, Registrar of the Council, the mock exams was necessary to allow candidates gain the requisite experience and boost their morale to face the main online examination.

Dr. Anthony Nsiah-Asare, Director General of the Ghana Health Service (GHS) has told candidates of the Post NAC/NAP Midwifery licensing examination who are due to write the online licensing examination in March, 2019, that their contribution to the midwifery profession is key to achieving universal health coverage.

According to him, the achievement of universal health coverage by 2030 required the provision of primary and community care while ensuring that access to midwifery services were at the doorsteps of the community.

He emphasized that midwives were essential to the transformation and quality care provision thus the upgrade of the Post NAC/NAP Midwifery to Diploma was commendable. 

Dr. Anthony Nsiah-Asare said this when he paid a working visit to various departments at the Nursing and Midwifery Council. 

At the time of his visit, candidates for the Post NAC/NAP Midwifery licensing examination from the Nursing and Midwifery Training Schools in Teshie and Pantang were taking part in the mock online licensing examination to prepare themselves for the main online licensing examination.

Receiving the Director-General, the Registrar of the Council, Mr. Felix Nyante called for a strengthened collaboration with the Ghana Health Service and other health partners to achieve universal health coverage.

 

 

We are pleased to inform all newly qualified Registered Mental Health Nurses who passed the online licensing examination held in September, 2018 that National Service Scheme has released the PIN codes for the commencement of the 2018/19 national service.


Qualified Registered Mental Health Nurses can now access their NSS PIN codes for the National Service registration from the National Service Scheme’s website (https://portal.nss.gov.gh) with their index numbers.


Please Note you have a maximum of 2 weeks to register for the National Service.
You can contact the National Service Scheme for further information through the following numbers:
0302-772714
0302-769194
0507193125
0507193128
0507193125
0507193128
0507193129
0507107206
THANK YOU

The Council has embarked on a five-day sensitization programme in all Post NAC/NAP Midwifery training schools across the nation to educate and create awareness on the online licensing examination for prospective Post NAP/NAC Midwifery Candidates.

Officials from the Council led by Mrs. Philomina Woolley, Deputy Registrar of the Council in charge of Operations also visited the computer labs of the training schools to assess their level of preparedness for the online licensing examination scheduled to be conducted from March 11-13, 2019. The team also identified and assessed the computer labs in other tertiary institutions in the regions which can serve as the examination centers for schools that do not have the standardized computer labs.

According to the Registrar of the Council, Mr. Felix Nyante, the dissemination was to make prospective candidates understand the need for the online examination and to address frequently asked questions before the examination kicked off in March.