Ongoing Intake

We are currently accepting applications for the March and September Intakes. Interested potential students are advised to contact us on our social media platforms or our website.

All are encouraged to apply

Please share with your family members and friends, someone out there might benefit.

Contact us: 0708 235 208, 0713 788 077
email: info@northcoastmtc.net
Website:?www.northcoastmtc.net
facebook: North Coast Medical Training College
Twitter: @NorthCoastMTC

Our Cources

Do you have a son/daughter/brother/sister or even a friend who has always been dreaming of becoming a Nurse?

Here is a golden chance to join the next generation of highly competent NURSES.

North Coast Medical Training College offers Kenya Community Health Registered Nursing (KCHRN) program for three and a half (3 1/2) years.

The College offers competency-based learning/teaching methodology using highly experienced and committed lecturers, latest technology and innovations.

All our students are adequately prepared for Nursing Council of Kenya Li-censure exam (NCK).

NCMTC boasts of 100% pass rate of our students in the NCK Exams since inception of our institution.

Come train with us at North Coast Medical Training College located in Bomani Kikambala Kilifi South Kilifi County

QUALIFICATIONS
KCSE: MEAN GRADE: C (plain)
BIOLOGY C (PLAIN)
ENGLISH/KISW: C (plain)
MATHS/CHEM/PHYSICS: C-(minus)

INTAKES
Our Annual Intakes are
March/April and September/October

September 2018 intake is in progress

All are encouraged to apply

Please share with your family members and friends, someone out there might benefit.

Contact us: 0708 235 208, 0713 788 077
email: info@northcoastmtc.net
Website:?www.northcoastmtc.net
facebook: North Coast Medical Training College
Twitter: @NorthCoastMTC

Outreach

NCMTC students pursuing a diploma in Nutrition and Dietetics have today conducted an outreach at Mirima Minne (Junju Ward Kilifi County) on Diabetes – The turn out was awesome and the people got to understand more about the disease – Its preventive and Curative measures. Knowledge was shared by the aspiring Nutritionists to the attendants in form of groupings and was delivered by word of mouth, use of placards and some plays. The event was presided by The area chief, Sub-chief and Madam Penina (Area ward Health Officer). Locals really enjoyed it and promised to be ambassadors in spreading the gospel on Diabetes. Kudos to all those who attended.

Tuesday Talk

Tuesday Talk

Tuesday’s talk on Menstrual Protection and the environmental impact of using one use products in Kenya was awesome and the feedback was amazing courtesy of Freedom4girls group. Students (the target group) enjoyed the talk and divided themselves into groups (convo groups) of both genders so that they can get the vital information the presenter had to share this was a wonderful experience as it will break the stigma and taboo. Students got empowered and vowed to be ambassadors of sharing the information to each other and to people at home. Thanks to Madam Lucy Wendy and the presenter Madam Tina for the support and corporation through out the talk. Packs were given to the needy students and were educated on the use of organicup. A student who had an experience of them, shared a testimony of how good they are/were. Then just time to join the worldwide virtual conference run by UNICEF on Menstrual Health Management in schools, lots of amazing contacts made all over the world.