Programmes Offered

The College runs the following programmes:

  • Basic Nursing Programme
  • Basic Midwifery Programme

Objectives of the Programme

At the end of the programme, the student will be able:

  • To uphold the academic standard designed by the College, Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria.
  • To become professional Nursing or Midwifery practitioner capable of assuming professional responsibilities in healthcare setting.
  • To contribute to the National Health manpower development to meet MDG 4, 5 and 6 goals. (KIV)
  • To acquire research knowledge and awareness in Nursing or Midwifery Education. provide a focus for the development and maintenance of high professional standards in Nursing.
  • To promote and sustain public welfare through qualitative Nursing practitioners who will provide safe, acceptable, effective services. Specifically, the student will: (THE BULETTIN CAN TAKE ANOTHER FORM)
  • Apply the knowledge of biological, behavioural and nursing science in assessing, planning, implementing and evaluating nursing care.
  • Utilize the nursing process in providing comprehensive nursing care to individuals and families in the community.
  • Establish positive working relationship with the individual, family and the community and motivate towards self-reliance in matters of health protection, promotion, maintenance and rehabilitation.
  • Function independently and in collaboration with other members of the health team and related sectors in the planning, delivering and evaluating health care.
  • Supervise the clinical experience of nursing and allied health workers in all clinical setting and community.
  • Develop the capacities of competent Nursing Practitioners to effectively provide family planning services in homes and hospitals.
  • Apply the principles of primary health care in providing comprehensive, continuous and personalized care in home, College and health care institutions.
  • Apply management principles in the optimum utilization of human and material resources for health care delivery.
  • Update knowledge and maintain professional growth through participation in continuous education programmes.
  • Display positive altitudinal behavior in client/community care and amongst other health team members.
  • Contribute to research by assisting in conducting and. participating in projects and implementing findings geared towards improving health care services and nursing education.
  • Through her contribution and intervention, the Midwife will reduce to the bearest minimum maternal and child mortality rate.
  • Assess the basic health needs of the community and nursing process to provide comprehensive, nursing and midwifery care.
  • Identify risk factors in obstetrics and take appropriate actions to address them.
  • Function independently and in collaboration with other members of the health team and related sectors to ensure a healthy environment.
  • Sensitize, mobilize and educate individuals, families and groups in order to effect positive changes in the reproductive pattern of the community.
  • Knowledgeably and skillfully utilize information and education to improve reproductive health care services.
  • Collaborate with the community to improve the reproductive health status of women and others in the community.

Duration of Programme

  • Basic Nursing Programme        => three (3) successful years.
  • Basic Midwifery Programme    => three (3) successful years and one-year mandatory community service as stipulated by Nursing and Midwifery Councils of Nigeria.