Why Choose AQuaH Training School
AQuaH Training School exists to help health workers develop the skills they need to meet the health needs of the communities they serve.
We currently have 18 online courses designed to assist healthcare professionals to excel & reach senior levels in their careers. See all our online courses here
We have achieved a 99.6% pass rate with an average score of 85.4%. This is because we pay special attention to our students and provide support throughout the duration of their studies. To see what some of our past students had to say about us on Google reviews, click here
We partner with various healthcare organisations (e.g. ABBVIE, ANOVA, NACOSA, Aurum Institute & The Department of Health) that align with our mission and vision. Our partnerships primarily focus on designing, developing and distributing training programs that support South African healthcare professionals with developing the competencies and knowledge that align with the health needs of the communities they serve.
What Our Students Say
Josh More Thibeletsa
“I’m very competent now thanks to AQuaH in assessing, diagnosing and managing side effects of the different HIV drugs, I’m competent in SWITCHING regimes, always with caution and consultation where necessary, managing drug interactions between HIV drugs and TB dugs etc. There’s a lot I’ve learnt and now Dispensing License us loading.”
Leonardo William Fourie
“Guys I highly recommend AQuaH Training School, I’ve done some courses through them, they support you ENORMOUSLY. I also advise to do it in groups for extra support, let’s face it, online can be a schlep for some of us, but with AQuaH I found it enjoyable, please please please give them a chance, I recommend them -you will not be sorry.”
Meet The AQuaH Team
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