ANAESTHETIC TECHNICIANS TRAINING PROGRAMME
Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates who wish to train as Anaesthetic Technicians in this Hospital Institutions can sponsor candidates for the course which is strictly n on-residential
Candidates, who should be between the age of 17 and 30 years, must possess the SSCE/GCE OR waec qualifications with 6 credits at not more than 2 sittings. Knowledge of science will be an advantage.
DURATION OF COURSE : 3 years
At the end of the training successful candidates who must be willing to do shift duties will serve as Anaesthetic Technicians in Anaesthesia and work under the direction and supervisions of Professional Anaesthetists.
Training Fees: N75,000 (Seventy Five thousand Naira only) for the 3 years payable at the point of admission
METHOD OF APPLICATION
Application forms are obtainable from the Chief Medical Director, LUTH, P M B 12003, LAGOS, NIGERIA on payment of a non-refundable fee of N2,000 (Two Thousand Naira only).Fee issued in Bank Draft should be made payable to the Lagos University Teaching Hospital with the name and address of the applicant boldly written at the back of the Bank Draft, Cheques/Postal Orders are not acceptable, but cash payment may be made to the Asst. Director (Finance) and a receipt obtained from him.
Completed applications forms together with three referees, photocopies of relevant certificates/credentials and the receipt for the sum paid must be addressed to
The Chief Medical Director
Lagos University Teaching Hospital
P M B 12003
Only applications forms of candidates short listed for interviews will be acknowledged
Closing date October 29th 2011
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