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What Will I Learn?

Discover how to correctly produce the sounds and clicks of IsiXhosa words

Learn how to greet patients and use biological terms appropriately

Know how to perform vocal counselling for health and personal concerns

Understand the phrases and behaviour needed in clinics and wards

Explore all the terminology needed to maintain and apply medication

Gain the ability to describe medical precautions when needed

Course Overview

Discover how to use the “Xhosa” language most naturally during medical procedures with this specialised course on IsiXhosa for the Nurse. Showing multilingualism in South Africa or any other region of the world shows a commitment to diversity and an acute understanding of a patient’s needs. This training teaches you the exact terminology and pronunciation of IsiXhosa words for clinical use and natural communication. 

Taking this advanced IsiXhosa tutorial will enable you to learn about the sounds and “clicks” crucial for understanding and many other speaking considerations. Knowing how to colloquially describe medication, treatment and biology will be invaluable to those in clinical facilities. It provides a unique opportunity for student nurses to become comfortable with this language’s flexibility and use it to communicate with all patients.

This best selling IsiXhosa for the Nurse has been developed by industry professionals and has already been completed by hundreds of satisfied students. This in-depth IsiXhosa for the Nurse is suitable for anyone who wants to build their professional skill set and improve their expert knowledge.

The IsiXhosa for the Nurse is CPD-accredited, so you can be confident you’re completing a quality training course will boost your CV and enhance your career potential. The IsiXhosa for the Nurse is made up of several information-packed modules which break down each topic into bite-sized chunks to ensure you understand and retain everything you learn.

After successfully completing the IsiXhosa for the Nurse, you will be awarded a certificate of completion as proof of your new skills. If you are looking to pursue a new career and want to build your professional skills to excel in your chosen field, the certificate of completion from the IsiXhosa for the Nurse will help you stand out from the crowd. You can also validate your certification on our website.

We know that you are busy and that time is precious, so we have designed the IsiXhosa for the Nurse to be completed at your own pace, whether that’s part-time or full-time. Get full course access upon registration and access the course materials from anywhere in the world, at any time, from any internet-enabled device. 

Our experienced tutors are here to support you through the entire learning process and answer any queries you may have via email.

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Certification

After successfully completing the course, you will be able to get the UK and internationally accepted certificate to share your achievement with potential employers or include it in your CV. The PDF Certificate + Transcript is available at £6.99 (Special Offer - 50% OFF). In addition, you can get a hard copy of your certificate for £12 (Shipping cost inside the UK is free, and outside the UK is £9.99).

Course Curriculum

Section 01: Introduction
The sounds of isiXhosa 00:07:00
The sounds of isiXhosa – 2 00:09:00
The “C” click 00:09:00
The “Q” click 00:07:00
The “X” click 00:06:00
Section 02: The Human Body
The Human Body – 1 00:05:00
The Human Body – 2 00:03:00
The Human Body – 3 00:04:00
The Human Body – 4 00:04:00
Section 03: Meeting the patient
Meeting the patient -1 00:06:00
Meeting the patient – 2 00:06:00
The patient’s personal details – 1 00:05:00
The patient’s personal details – 2 00:05:00
Pre- operative details 00:05:00
Section 04: Health Counselling
Counselling on nutrition 00:06:00
Counselling on nutrition – 2 00:03:00
Counselling on dental care 00:03:00
Counselling on the dangers of smoking 00:06:00
Counselling on the merits of stopping smoking 00:04:00
Section 05: Disease Counselling
Counselling on diabetes 00:05:00
Counselling on tuberculosis 00:04:00
Counselling on tuberculosis – 2 00:03:00
AIDS Counselling 00:06:00
AIDS Counselling – 2 00:04:00
AIDS Counselling – 3 00:04:00
Covid counselling 00:07:00
Section 06: The Nurse in the Clinic
Family Planning 00:05:00
Family Planning – 2 00:07:00
Breastfeeding 00:05:00
Assisting with a presenting problem 00:05:00
Child Care 00:04:00
Counselling young women 00:02:00
Section 07: The Nurse in the ward
Pre- operative details 00:05:00
Assisting a patient in the ward 00:03:00
Wound care 00:01:00
The Midwife 00:16:00
Section 08: Medication
Applying lotion 00:02:00
Taking tablets 00:02:00
Taking medication 00:02:00
Quantities of medication to take 00:01:00
Where to store medication 00:01:00
Section 09: Precautions and side-effects
Precautions when taking medication 00:03:00
Possible side-effects or physical problems 00:07:00
Section 10: Euphemisms
Euphemisms 00:09:00
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