If you are interested in a career caring for those in need with the potential to find employment within the public homebased care sector, children’s homes, old aged homes, public clinics and adult centres, you may be a suitable candidate for our HIV, AIDS, Palliative & Homebased care Training Programme.

A 6 Month SETA Accredited Programme in HIV Aids &
Palliative & Home Based Care

The programme focuses strongly on basic nursing education & the understanding of terminal illnesses and the HIV Aids pandemic.

The purpose of this qualification is to provide learners with theoretical and practical knowledge to meet the requirements for contributing to the public health care in South Africa.

The theory component is conducted at the Ray Mhlaba Centre and the Practical component at local Old Aged Homes.

Employment opportunities postgraduation include the public homebased care sector, children’s homes, old aged homes, public clinics and adult centres.


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Graduation – July 2019

July 2019 has been a special month at the Ray Mhlaba Skills Training Centre with 67 of our students graduating in their respective courses including Bakery, Food & Beverage,...

Graduation – December 2018

As always the event was an emotional day filled with excitement, tears and laughter. The students walked onto the stage looking their best and feeling on top of the world,...

Goodbye Fruit & Veg City, Hello Ray Mhlaba Veggie Patch

One of our focuses for 2019 is food sustainability, with this in mind we made a start with our own veggie patch during 2018. The hospitality students have shown great interest in...

A Student Never Forgets…

In 2012 this young man pictured here, Vuyo, was enrolled in our woodwork programme. He told us his dream was to use his skills learned at the Centre to start his own carpentry...

Bakery Students 2nd In Regional Pick n Pay Pie Bomb Deal

Our current Bakery students are completing their practical hours with local Pick n Pay stores. The group of students pictured left were the runners up of the Regional Pie Bomb...

From Ray Mhlaba Centre to the USA

We are delighted to report that two of our former students are now working in the USA, Phakamisa (pictured left) was one of the first Hospitality students to enroll at the...

Braai Master – THE WINNING TEAM!!

We were approached to enter a team in the Braai Master challenge held at Champions Bar at the end of September, the event was a competition between local Hospitality training...

Toastmasters Graduation – Cape Town

Our students continue to exceed all our expectations. Pictured left is Aviwe, Gifty and Sindy all 2017 Hospitality Professional Cookery students who gained employment at the Cape...
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