SANC eRegister of Nurses & Midwives | SANC eRegister Portal sanc.co.za

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    SANC eRegister of Nurses & Midwives | SANC eRegister Portal sanc.co.za – How to access SANC eRegister Portal online at nursingmission? There is only one way to find out, read on.

    Before Using SANC eRegister Portal

    • SANC eRegister has been designed to be as simple to use as possible.
    • If you read the instructions on each screen and follow them, you should not have any difficulty.
    • Take a moment to read through the Help page before getting started as it contains additional information to assist you.
    • Please read all notes boxes carefully – they contain important information about the information displayed using eRegister.

    SANC Electronic Register of Nurses & Midwives

    To register for SANC Electronic Registration of Nurses & Midwives, simply follow the steps below;

    STEP 1:

    Go to SANC official web page – www.sanc.co.za

    STEP 2:

    On the menu bar, hover on Registered Nurses & Midwives’ and click on eRegister’

    OR

    Simply go to ‘Quick Links’ on the right side of your laptop screen, then select ‘eRegister’.

    STEP 3:

    On the South African Nursing Council Electronic Register of Nurses and Midwives portal, Select this statement ➡ “Click here to start the eRegister system”.

    STEP 4:

    In order to use the eRegister Portal, users must READ AND ACCEPT THE CONDITIONS, by clicking “I Accept the Conditions of Use” you have agreed to all protocols enlisted.

    STEP 5:

    According to the page, Enter SANC Number OR SA Identity Number and ‘Find’. (Please enter the South African Identity Number without any spaces.)

    KNOW THIS FIRST:

    SANC Number

    • Each nurse is uniquely identified on the eRegister by means of his or her South African Nursing Council (SANC) Number.
    • This number consists of eight digits and always starts with a ‘1’.
    • The SANC Number is quoted as the reference number in all correspondence from the Nursing Council and is also used as an account number for financial transactions.
    • The SANC Number is the ONLY way that all practitioners can be positively identified in the eRegister.

    SA Identity Number

    • The eRegister contains the SA Identity Number of over 95% of practitioners – those who have provided certified copies of their identity documents to the Nursing Council.
    • Unfortunately, some foreign nurses do not have SA identity documents while some other nurses still have to submit the relevant copies.
    • So this information is NOT complete.
    • If you fail to trace a practitioner using an SA Identity Number, please try to establish his or her SANC Number.
    • Each practitioner should be able to provide you with this number.

    Do You Have Problems Using eRegister?

    • First, Please check to see if the cause of the problems is from your PC and its software.
    • Confirm from another PC to see if you get the same results OR at a later time.
    • If you still have any difficulty using eRegister, please take careful note of any error message shown.
    • The error message doesn’t help? take a moment or two to read the Help page and also the FAQs Page to see if you can solve the problem.

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