Nurturing all round nurses for quality care

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The college started as a Nursing Assistant Training School in March 1964 to prepare students to provide general nursing care.

On the 10th of May 1965 the Community Health Nursing Training School a 3rd school of its kind in the country was started in Ho with 30 trainees under the World Health Organization (WHO) project on the training of Community Health Nurses.

Miss Kutty Aley Chacko (WHO Nurse educator) took over the management of the school on 12th April 1965 with the support of Mrs. Theresa Dosoo (Reg. PHN).

Both schools operated in the same building and shared the following facilities: Classroom, demonstration room and a 60 bed capacity hostel. Due to students’ accommodation problems the Chief Public Health Nurse informed the WHO educator that the intake should be 2 yearly but Headquarters decided that the Nursing Assistant Training should be discontinued to make room for yearly intake. Subsequently it was discontinued on 31st March 1966 leaving the school solely for Community Health Nursing Training.
The WHO assistance to the project ceased in July, 1967 and Mrs. Cecilia Mensah took over as the 1st Ghanaian nurse educator in-charge of the school on 18th July 1967.

On 15th May 1974 the two - year Enrolled Nurses (EN) Training was introduced in the same building and premises with 14 nonresident students. In

February 1985 the General Enrolled Nursing programme was phased out and replaced with the State Registered Nursing (SRN) programme. The two programmes shared the same premises but with different administrative structures. In February 1999, the SRN programme was replaced with Diploma in Registered General Nursing (RGN).
In October 2007, the Ministry of Health through its educational reforms decided to merge Nursing training institutions which share the same premises under one head for effective and efficient use of resources and this school happened to be one of those institutions that were merged.
In September 2013 a three-year Registered Community Nursing (RCN) programme (Diploma) was introduced with the approval of the Ministry of Health.

The college was granted tertiary education status in September 2005 by the Ghana National Accreditation Board. It was granted accreditation as a tertiary institution and registered according to the tertiary institutions regulations of 2010 [LI 1984, regulation 14 (1)] by the name NURSES’ TRAINING COLLEGE, HO on 1st September, 2013. The college is affiliated to Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) with professional accreditation by Nursing and Midwifery Council of Ghana (N&MC).
Currently the college runs the following programmes:
1. Registered General Nursing (R.G.N.) - Diploma – (3 years)
2. Registered Community Nursing (R.C.N.) – Diploma – (3 years)
3. Registered Nurse Assistant Preventive (RNAP) - Certificate - (2-year)



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