Who may join the guild?
Matriculants who are interested in studying nursing.
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Students who are being trained in nursing.
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All nursing practitioners in all specialist fields.
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As a guild member you are part of Solidarity and you therefore qualify for all the labour union benefits we offer.
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Additional benefits enjoyed by nursing practitioners who are members of the guild
- income protection
- help with drawing up a budget
- savings plans and investments
- insurance and much more
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The Nursing Guild offers affordable indemnity insurance via Solidarity financial services.
For more information, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
The various fees for indemnity insurance are as follows:
|Student:R212 per year||Nursing practitioners:R300 per year||Midwives / Obstetricians:R507 per year|
|*Prices subject to change by insurer.|
How do I take out indemnity insurance?
All nursing practitioners must apply for a practice certificate every year, which serves as proof that your are competent and able to carry out your duties.
It is your responsiblity as nursing practitioner to see to the following:
Although we act in the interests of our members, we cannot administer SANC registration on behalf of members. We will, however, offer our support when SANC is negligent.
- Pay by 31 December 2019 – avoid restoration fees.
- Request voluntary removal if you no longer practice as a nurse.
- Remember: Bank transfers from different banks take up to 3 working days – pay in advance to meet the 31 December 2019 deadline.
- eRegister: to verify your registration status with SANC.
- Community service: Fees are only payable upon completion of the community service to register as a practicing nurse. Your registration fee code is REGFPRA
SANC fees for 2020:
|Registered nursing practitioners and midwives: R670 per year||Enrolled nursing practitioners and midwives:R400 per year||Assistant nurses:R280 per year|
For more information about SANC fees, click here.
Graduates doing their community service year, will find all particulars and forms here
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E-registration click here ►
SANC contact details click here ►
Information on community service year click here ►
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