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  1. Pogil College of Health Technology (POCHTECH) Admission Forms for 2019/2020 Academic Session rNSCitwKlbbb9jO8jkJIvmPgenYbGAFGjKTBNlvh 300x276

 

Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for admission into the Pogil College of Health Technology (POCHTECH) various HND, ND and Technician programmes for the 2019/2020 academic session.

Pogil College of Health Technology Available Courses, Requirements & Duration.
1.School of Community Health Science
Department of Community Health Extension Worker
Programmes:
I. Diploma in Community Health Extension Workers
II. Certificate in Junior Community Health Extension Workers (Approved and Accredited by Community Health Practitioners Registration Board of Nigeria) Requirement: (5) O’L in English language, Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics
(Not more than two (2) sittings
Duration: 3 & 2 years respectively.

2. School of Dental Health Science
Department of Dental Health Technician
Programme:
I. Diploma in Dental Surgery Technician (with Basic Nursing)
II. ND, Dental Therapy
(Approved and Accredited by Dental Therapist Registration Board of Nigeria & NBTE)
Requirement: five (5) O’L Credits in English language, Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics (Not more than two (2) sittings)
Duration: 3 years.

3. School of Environmental Health Science Department of Environmental Health Technology
Programme:
I. HND in Environmental Health Technology
(Approved and Accredited by West Africa Health Examination Board)
Requirement: (5) O’L in English language, Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics (Not more than two (2) sittings) and National Diploma in Environmental Health by WAHEB for Direct Entry.
Duration: 2 years

II. ND in Environmental Health Technology
(Approved and Accredited by West Africa Health Examination Board)
Requirement: (5) O’L in English language, Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics (Not more than two (2) sittings)
Duration: 2 years

III. Department of Environmental Health. Technician
programme: i. Diploma in Environmental Health Technician
(Approved and Accredited by West Africa Health Examination Board)
Requirement: five (5) O’L Credits in English language, Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics (Not more than two (2) sittings)
Duration: 3 years.

4. School of Health Education & Promotion
programme:

Diploma in Health Education and Promotion
(Approved and Accredited by West Africa Health Examination Board)
Requirement: five (5) O’L Credits in English language, Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics (Not more than two (2) sittings)
Duration: 2 years + 1 year IT.

5. School of Health Information Management Department of Health Information Management
Programme:
i. ND in Health Information Management Requirement:
five (5) O’L Credit in English language, Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics and one other subject from Geography, Economics, Religious Studies and national Language.

Duration: 2 years + 1 year (IT)

ii. Professional Diploma (PD) in Health Information Management Requirement:
Three (3) O’L credit in English Language, Mathematics/ Biology/Health Science and two passes in Physics or Chemistry and any other Subject.
Duration: 3 years
(Approved and Accredited by Health Records Officers Registration Board of Nigeria/ NBTE)

6. School of Dispensing Opticianry
Department of Dispensing Opticianry
Programme:
I. Diploma in Dispensing Opticianry
II. ND, Dispensing Opticianry
(Approved and Accredited by Optometrist and Dispensing Optician Board of Nigeria & NBTE)
Requirement: Minimum of four (5) credits in WASSC/NECO at not more than two sittings in the following Subject: English Language, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Biology.
Duration: 3 years

7. School of Pharmacy Science:
Department of Pharmacy Technician
Programme:
i. Diploma in Pharmacy Technician (Approved and Accredited by Pharmacists Council of Nigeria)

Requirement: Five (5) O’L Credit in English language, Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics
Duration: 3 years

8. School of Medical Laboratory Science
Department of Medical Laboratory Technician
Programme:
I. Diploma in Medical Laboratory Technician:
(Approved and Accredited by Medical Laboratory Science Council of Nigeria)
Requirement: Five (5) O’L Credit in English language, Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics
Duration: 3 years

9. School of Public Health Nursing:
HND, Public Health Nursing
Regulated by WAHEB & NBTE)
Entry requirements : Registered Nursing Certificate)

10. School of Medical Imaging Science:
ND, Medical Imaging Technology
(Regulated by NBTE )
Requirement: Minimum of four (5) credits in WASSC/NECO at not more than two sittings in the following Subject: English Language, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Biology.
Duration: 2 years

How to Apply for Pogil College of Health Technology Admission.
Form fee: N7500 only.

Admission forms can be obtained from the College campus at Oke-Mosu, Oke Eri, Via Ijebu-Ode, Ogun State.

ENTRANCE EXAMINATION:

DATE: 3RD AUGUST, 2019
TIME: 10.00AM PROMPT
VENUE: SAM AUDITORIUM, POGIL COLLEGE OF HEALTH TECHNOLOGY

SPECIAL INFORMATION

POGIL College of Health Technology is also known as POCHTECH by acronyms
We are neither affiliated with any institution nor any college affiliated with us.
Our Gradates will be mobilized for NYSC scheme after completion of their HND program.
Our fees are moderate and affordable
Hostel Accommodation is within the campus for bothmale & female up to 500 Bed space capacity
free transportation and medical care for our students that reside outside the campus
Admission into programmes in POCHTECH is either through JAMB or Direct Entrance Exams.
For further Enquiries call: 08067381083.

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