By Our Reporter
Obudu College of Health Technology a Private Institution in Obudu Local Government Area of Cross River State and affiliate of Metropolitan College of Health Technology in Mararaban Rido in Kaduna State has sponsored 14 students studying community Health to Kaduna for practical experience.
The Practical Coordinator Mr. Andoya Sylvester Adalikwu who led the Students’ to Kaduna said, “The practical experience is to expose them to the needed clinical skills that will equip them at graduation when they eventually start working in any of the Primary Health Care centers.”
He further said the Institution is the first private Health institution in Obudu Local Government Area that is poised to develop human capital to sustain the needed man power in the Health sector in the Local Government , the State and the entire Nation.
“At the end of their training they will graduate with National Diplomas in Community Health Technician and practice within the limits of Primary Health cases only.” He revealed.
Receiving the Students’ on arrival, the Provost of Metropolitan College of Health Technology Kaduna Mr. Thomas George, assured the visiting Students of engaging them in Hospitals, Clinics, and Primary Health Centers that will give them the prerequisite training that will conform with best practices.
He charged the visiting students to “be serious with every aspect of the clinical skill training you will be engaged with and respect constituted laws and authority.”
Metropolitan College of Health Technology is a registered institution with the Kaduna State Government and an affiliate with the famous College of Health Technology Zawan in Jos Plateau State.
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